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Overnight Breakfast: A Feast For Reluctant Risers

I’ve never been much good at mornings. For most of my life, I prided myself on being a night owl, […]

Can A Computer Grade Essays As Well As A Human? Maybe Even Better, Study Says

Computers have been grading multiple-choice tests in schools for years. To the relief of English teachers everywhere, essays have been […]

A Bug’s Life: Store Caters To Collectors Of Crawly Pets

If you’re the kind of person who screams at the sight of an insect or spider — or worse, steps […]

Olympian’s Arc: From ‘Ninja Turtles’ To London

Taekwondo is fairly new to the Olympics; it was first officially included in 2000. But in just a few years, […]

Los Angeles Bets On Crusading Doctor To Turn Around Public Health System

It would be easy to confuse Dr. Mitch Katz with any other doctor at the Roybal Comprehensive Health Center in […]

Firm Leaves Miss. After Its Prison Is Called ‘Cesspool’

One month after a federal court ordered sweeping changes at a troubled juvenile prison in rural Mississippi, the private company […]

Through Debt And Derision, Gingrich Keeps Running

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is expected to win all five of the Republican presidential primaries being held Tuesday. The […]

Americans’ Cholesterol Drops, Despite Surge In Obesity

A curious — and good — thing has happened on the road to Obesity Nation: the share of the U.S. […]

May Backseat Book Club Pick: ‘Heart Of A Samurai’

Our May book takes us on the most action-packed adventure yet for NPR’s Backseat Book Club. In the Newbery Honor-winning […]

Both Community And Garden Grow In ‘Seedfolks’

April showers bring May flowers, and in this case they bring us a selection from the garden for NPR’s Backseat […]

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