OK. Get your strawberries and cream ready, because that is the traditional dish that people eat near the court at Wimbledon, and today is the first day of Wimbledon at the All England Club in London, where it's been held since 1877. For a preview, we're joined by Sports Illustrated's Jon Wertheim.
A lot of taxpayer money is at stake in this next story. The number of public charter schools is growing. When they attract students, they also attract public funding - and that is also true when the charter school is an online school.
One dominant force in creating online charter schools is a company called K-12. Now, traditional school districts are fighting the company's efforts to set up a virtual academy.
Here's Dave DeWitt of North Carolina Public Radio.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is in the Middle East today. He's on a tour of the region that begins in Israel, where he's accompanied by a four-plane convoy carrying an entourage of 300 businessmen and policymakers.
NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro reports on the agenda in a country where Putin's policies have caused a lot of consternation.