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Boy Scouts' President Says Ban On Gay Leaders Not Sustainable
Boy Scouts of America President Robert Gates said on Thursday the group's ban on openly gay adult leaders cannot be sustained — a move that could open the door to ending the policy.
Gyrocopter Pilot Calls Capitol Flight An Act Of Civil Disobedience
Douglas Hughes, the mailman who flew a gyrocopter to the Capitol to raise alarms about the surge in political money, appeared in court Thursday after a federal grand jury indicted him on six charges.
Bulk Collection Debate Highlights Need To Revise Patriot Act
NPR's Audie Cornish interviews Kim Zetter, a senior staff reporter at Wired magazine, who says the debate in Congress over the NSA's bulk collection program shows the Patriot Act needs to be revised.
'Be Guardians, Not Warriors': Training A New Generation Of Police
NPR's Robert Siegel reports from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York on how policing is being taught during this year filled with news of tensions between police and civilians.
One Family Revitalizes A Small Town With, Yes, Quilts
After launching a quilt company as a desperation move, Jenny Doan and her two savvy kids have shaken up an ancient industry in downtown Hamilton, Mo., thanks in part to popular folksy video tutorials.
Letterman's Executive Producer: 'He's Meant A Lot To A Lot Of People'
Rob Burnett started working with David Letterman as an intern in 1985. He talks with Terry Gross about the absurd and somber moments of his three-decade tenure with the Late Show.
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