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Phase Two of Thai Cave Rescue Underway

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We talk to a cave rescue expert who explains the strategies being employed and the challenges the rescue team in Thailand is facing; at least 100 people are thought to have died after record rainfall caused flooding and landslides in western Japan; with Amazon falling under criticism for selling their face recognition technology to law enforcement, we speak with a developer who refuses to sell his technology to authorities; a look at the backstory of yet another all European World Cup semi-finals; a discussion about the landmark ruling in Tennessee; exploring how the new citizenship question will play out in upcoming weeks; and on the 150th anniversary of the ratifying of the Fourteenth Amendment, one historian says the story of the amendment is one of African American activism.

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