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Ex-Agent: Secret Service Management Should Be More Proactive
Former Secret Service agent Jonathan Wackrow spent five years on President Obama's detail. He talks to NPR's Rachel Martin about the problems that have led to the agency's current scandals.
Super Bowl Day: Ready For 17 And A Half Minutes Of Football?
Who will take home the title, the New England Patriots or the Seattle Seahawks? Tom Goldman talks to NPR's Rachel Martin about the Super Bowl matchup.
'History Of Loneliness' Explores The Complexity Of Priest Sex Abuse
A History of Loneliness addresses the difficult subject of child sexual abuse by Catholic priests. NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with author John Boyne about his novel.
Seven Short Seconds Between A Canadian And Lottery Riches
A Canadian man has run out of luck in his bid to claim a winning lottery ticket. Joel Ifergen bought a winning ticket in 2008, but it was printed seven seconds after the draw closed.
Are Danes Really That Happy? The Myth Of The Scandinavian Utopia
Are the Nordic countries really the utopias they're cracked up to be? NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Michael Booth about his new book that attempts to answer that question.
Egypt Frees One Al Jazeera Journalist From Prison
Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste will be deported to Australia. He is one of three Al Jazeera journalists who were arrested in December 2013. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Leila Fadel in Cairo.
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