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Travel ban upheld, Wyoming looks beyond coal, life without power in Puerto Rico

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The US Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that President Donald Trump's travel ban, which includes five majority-Muslim countries, is constitutional. We explore the legal implications going forward. Also, Wyoming towns are rethinking their economic future beyond coal. And, we visit one of the hottest venues for live music in Mexico City: A small apartment on a residential block that hosts bands on Monday nights.

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