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Producer Cosimo Matassa Always Believed In New Orleans
In the '60s, musicians left New Orleans, major labels lost interest, and Motown and Memphis took over the black music charts. But one producer didn't give up.
Yemen's Political Crisis Deepens After Government Resigns
Resignations by the president and his Cabinet after rebels took control of much of the capital have compounded the political crisis. David Greene talks to Yara Bayoumy, a correspondent for Reuters.
Shiite Houthi Rebel Group Is A Wild Card In Yemen, Researcher Says
Yemen has been in the news because of the recent uprising by Houthi rebels. Who are they and what does this mean for Yemen and the U.S.? David Greene talks to Letta Tayler, of Human Rights Watch.
More Talks With Cuba Are Needed To Repair Broken Relations
Two days of historic talks in Havana between U.S. and Cuban diplomats ended with both sides expressing the will to continue to talk. Major obstacles still exist in the effort to normalize relations.
Greeks Doubtful Election Will Speed Economic Recovery
Greeks go to the polls this Sunday in early parliamentary elections. An anti-bailout leftist party is leading in the polls, but the election could still end in deadlock.
After Son's Death, Marine's Parents Grow Close To His Platoon
The mother of a Marine killed in Iraq talks with a member of her son's platoon about being a part of an extended military family. (This story first aired on Oct. 25, 2014 on Weekend Edition Saturday).
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