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Why The White House Wants To Go After Seafood Pirates
Americans eat more seafood than just about anyone, but a big portion of imports are caught illegally. One expert calls this "the single greatest threat to sustainable fisheries in the world today."
Glenn Close Ends 20-Year Broadway Hiatus With 'A Delicate Balance'
Close stars as a suburban matron in a revival of Edward Albee's 1966 play. She tells NPR about the timelessness of Albee's play and getting a nosebleed in the middle of a recent matinee.
Birds Of A Feather Aren't Necessarily Related
Geneticists have revised the evolutionary tree of birds, revealing some unlikely relationships.
Richard Pryor, A Comedy Pioneer Who Was 'Always Whittling On Dynamite'
Scott Saul's new book, Becoming Richard Pryor, describes how Pryor went from being raised by a grandmother, who was a bootlegger and madam, to being a transformative figure in entertainment.
Three Jazz Box Sets For Stocking Stuffers
Fresh Air jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews three box sets featuring memorable pianists.
What Is Torture? Our Beliefs Depend In Part On Who's Doing It.
Researchers are studying how nations and individuals react when they given information that members of their own group have harmed other people, such as through torture. It takes some nimble thinking.
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