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The Unpopularity Contest For Britain's Next Prime Minister
British voters go to the polls on Thursday to elect the next prime minister. But while David Cameron or Ed Miliband will win the election contest, neither is likely to win a popularity contest.
Book Review: 'The New World'
NPR's Alan Cheuse reviews the novel, The New World, by Chris Adrian and Eli Horowitz.
Judge Sentences 4 Afghan Men To Death For Mob Killing Of Woman
Four Afghans have been sentenced to death over the mob attack that led to the death of a 28-year-old woman who was accused of burning the Quran.
The Evolution Of Earworms: Researchers Track History Of Pop Music
For the last half century, pop music has evolved from blues to disco to hip-hop. By digitally analyzing more than 17,000 songs, a team at Queen Mary University of London has released a study showing how pop music has changed throughout history.
Missing Link Microbes May Help Explain How Single Cells Became Us
Near a field of deep sea vents between Norway and Greenland, scientists discovered the DNA of microbes that seem to be primitive archaea, but with a lot more genes — typical of complicated creatures.
Staffing An Intensive Care Unit From Miles Away Has Advantages
Some hospitals are using a remote command center to keep an eye on ICU patients. This brings the expertise of a major medical center to rural hospitals — and may help keep the rural centers open.
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