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‘Dead Sea Scrolls’ Live On In Debate And Discovery

The Dead Sea Scrolls are the ancient manuscripts dating back to the time of Jesus that were found between 1947 […]

Uses For Latin (If You’re Not The Pope)

Annalisa Quinn writes about books for NPR.org. When Pope Benedict XVI unexpectedly announced his resignation in a short Latin speech […]

Carnival Apologizes For Triumph Conditions, Cancels 14 Upcoming Cruises

With the Carnival cruise ship Triumph and its 3,143 passengers now being towed to Mobile, Ala., more reports are emerging […]

Center for Public Integrity: EPA Unaware Of Industry Ties On Cancer Review Panel

Our investigative reporting colleagues at the Center for Public Integrity (CPI) continue their look at the Environmental Protection Agency’s regulation […]

Deputy And Teacher Praised For Talking Down Alabama Gunman At School

As the nation watched anxiously to see how the manhunt in California for accused cop-killer Christopher Jordan Dorner would turn […]

Obama’s Call For Higher Minimum Wage Could Have Ripple Effect

So maybe the Great Recession really is over. After more than five years of recession and painfully slow recovery, President […]

Harrowing Stories Of ‘How To Survive A Plague’

For the last in our series of conversations with Oscar-nominated filmmakers in the best documentary feature category, we turn to […]

Rubio’s Water Bottle And The Authenticity Craving

Part of the reason Florida Sen. Marco Rubio’s water grab during his response to the State of the Union on […]

Marine Stewardship Council Responds To NPR Series On Sustainable Seafood

Earlier this week, NPR aired a three-part investigation of the Marine Stewardship Council on Morning Edition and All Things Considered. […]

Life’s Traumas Won’t Stop Kenyan Author Ngugi

“When whatever forces put you down, you don’t stay down.” Kenyan writer and professor, Ngugi wa Thiong’o tells NPR’s Michel […]

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