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'Gotham' Resurfaces Hollywood's Tricky History Of 'Painting Down'
Gotham has been one of the fall's most successful television debuts. But earlier this month the show found itself in hot water when it hired a white stuntwoman as a body double for a black guest star.
For Mars Missions, Sending More Women Might Make Economical Sense
For four months, Kate Greene took part in a NASA-run Mars simulation on the rocky slope of Hawaii's Mauna Loa volcano. NPR's Arun Rath talks with Greene about the missions.
Governors Defend Decisions On Ebola Quarantines
The governors of New Jersey and New York on Sunday defend their decision to quarantine medical workers who had contact with Ebola patients in West Africa.
After The Blackwater Convictions, A Book On Iraq's Nightmarish Reality
This week, four former Blackwater guards were found guilty in connection with a fatal shooting in 2007. Author Brian Castner recommends a book on the toll violence has taken on Iraq.
Mac Sales Continue To Soar For Apple, But Who's Buying?
Apple just set an all-time record for Mac computer sales. Who is buying and why? NPR's Arun Rath talks to tech culture reporter Omar Gallaga from the Austin American-Statesman.
From Brain To Computer: Helping 'Locked-In' Patient Get His Thoughts Out
"When I first saw him he had a little bit of eye movement and that was really the only way he could communicate," says Eric Sellers, who helped a patient use a brain-computer interface to communicate.
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