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DEA Using License Plate Readers To Spy On Drivers
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has been tracking the movement of vehicles around the U.S. and storing that information. NPR's Arun Rath speaks with Wall Street Journal reporter Devlin Barrett.
In Super Bowl This Sunday, Don't Forget The Guys Behind The Superstars
We know all about the stars playing in Sunday's Super Bowl: Tom Brady and Richard Sherman, to name two. But there are lesser-known players and positions whose roles are just as essential.
Impressions From The Ice: A Poet Returns From Antarctica
Jynne Dilling Martin spent six weeks living on the bottom of the world and watching scientists work. The experience inspired many of the poems in her new collection, We Mammals in Hospitable Times.
Former Basketball Player Scores As A Filmmaker
While Deon Taylor was playing professional basketball in Germany, he had an epiphany: he wanted to make movies. The self-taught director's latest film, Supremacy, was released this Friday.
Surströmming Revisited: Eating Sweden's Famously Stinky Fish
Sweden has the distinction of producing surströmming, one of the foulest-smelling foods in the world. More than a decade ago, NPR's Ari Shapiro tried eating it and failed. It's time for a rematch.
Party Ban Is Patronizing, U.Va. Sorority Women Say
National sorority leaders have told members at the University of Virginia not to attend a multi-frat Bid Night party after a discredited article about a gang rape.
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