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An overwhelming vote in the House to impose tough new sanctions on Russia for interfering with the 2016 presidential election leaves Trump in a challenging situation — accepting sanctions on Russia or vetoing a bill that has broad bipartisan support.
The subpoena is aimed at forcing Paul Manafort, President Trump's former campaign chairman, to testify in public at a hearing scheduled for Wednesday. He met with the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday.
A new study finds kids who specialize in one sport are more likely to get injured. Injuries include ligament and muscle sprains and tendonitis to knees and ankles. The sports with the highest specialization rates include soccer, baseball and basketball. Researchers conclude that more needs to be done to educate coaches, parents and athletes about the increased risk of injuries for kids who specialize in a single sport.
Here's welcome news to anyone planning to attend college soon — or their parents: tuition is growing at the slowest pace in decades. NPR's Robert Siegel speaks to Josh Mitchell of the Wall Street Journal has been reporting on this trend.