Early Learning and the Bottom Line
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A Study Of Gods And Human Nature In 'Tiberius'
Under Tiberius is a new novel about deceit and crime. The main character is the man who came to be known as Jesus Christ. NPR's Scott Simon talks to author Nick Tosches.
In Germany, Asylum-Seekers Could Fill A Chronic Workforce Need
Germany has struggled with a record number of refugees, prompting calls for increased deportations. But German businesses see an opportunity in these newcomers to ease a shortage of skilled workers.
For Penn & Teller's Magical Partnership, The Trick Is Telling The Truth
The duo Penn Jillette and Raymond Teller are back on Broadway. They both talk — yes, even Teller — with NPR's Scott Simon about magic, danger and the remarkable endurance of their 40-year partnership.
Justice Report Accuses St. Louis County Family Court Of Racial Bias
A Justice Department report says the St. Louis County Family Court violates the constitutional rights of children and routinely discriminates against black children.
International Olympic Committee Chooses Beijing For 2022 Winter Games
The International Olympic Committee announced Friday that the 2022 Winter Games will be held in Beijing.
Letting Go Of The Wheel: How Google Is Easing People Into Self-Driving Cars
Google has begun testing a new self-driving car this summer that is designed to work without a steering wheel. But as the Planet Money team reports, the company's biggest challenge may be convincing Americans to hop inside.
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