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In 'Fatherland,' A Daughter Outlines Her Dad's Radicalization
Falling in love with your handsome pen pal, moving overseas to marry him, then finding out he's part of a terrorist organization: That's the Bunjevac family story, told in a new graphic memoir.
Hip-Hop Collective Doomtree On Getting Seven Artists In One Room
The Minneapolis rap crew is back with the album All Hands. NPR's Arun Rath speaks with members Dessa and P.O.S.
How'd A Cartoonist Sell His First Drawing? It Only Took 610 Tries
Tom Toro was a directionless 20-something film school dropout. Then, after an inspired moment at a used book sale, he started submitting drawings to The New Yorker ... and collecting rejection slips.
U.S. And India Make Climate Change Announcement On First Day Of Obama's Trip
President Obama met with India's prime minister on the first day of his second visit to India. NPR's Arun Rath talks with Julie McCarthy about an agreement between the two to tackle climate change.
After Brief Respite, Conflict In Ukraine Flares Back Up
After a holiday lull, the war in Ukraine has reignited and is spreading amid signs that Russian troops have been flowing into the region. NPR's Arun Rath talks with Corey Flintoff from Kyiv.
Behind The Oscars, An Academy Lacking Variety
Membership in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences are largely white, male and older than 60 years old. NPR's Arun Rath speaks with Darnell Hunt of UCLA about how the lack of diversity affects their decisions.
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