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Court’s Ruling May Force Africans To Leave Israel

An Israeli court last week upheld a government plan to deport all South Sudanese residents now living in the country, […]

Looking To The Future, Libya Erases Part Of Its Past

NPR Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep is taking a Revolutionary Road Trip across North Africa to see how the countries […]

‘Bill W.’ Day Celebrates Alcoholics Anonymous Hero

Alcoholics Anonymous has long been known for the anonymity of its members. But there are two key figures in AA’s […]

‘Mr. Cao’ Recalls Rookie Congressman’s Unlikely Rise

In 2008, Republican Anh “Joseph” Cao was elected to Louisiana’s predominantly black and Democratic 2nd Congressional District, which includes New […]

An Olympic Task: Finding Good Food At The Games

When the 2012 Summer Olympics begin in July, a culinary starting gun will go off: Fourteen million meals will be […]

Bear Grylls on Family, Faith And Drinking Pee

Survivalist Bear Grylls has been an almost inescapable figure on the Discovery Channel for years. His show Man vs. Wild […]

Audiobooks That’ll Make The Family Road Trip Fly By

It’s time to rev up the old minivan and hit the road for summer vacation. One way to stave off […]

No One In ‘The Red House’ Gets Away Unscathed

Ah, the family getaway. All of you together in one space — maybe a cabin in the mountains or a […]

Two Poems From The Nation’s New Top Poet

Natasha Trethewey is the newly-announced 19th United States Poet Laureate. The position is described by the Library of Congress as […]

This Changes Everything!

On-Air Challenge: Given a sentence, change one letter in one word to make a new word which completely reverses the […]

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For the Sake of the Song

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