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Family Reunions A First Sign Of Conciliation From North's Kim
After decades apart, relatives in North and South Korea are briefly reuniting this week. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Georgetown professor Victor Cha about what it means for the two countries.
N. Korea Enlists American Vulcanologist For Help With Active Volcano
American volcanologist Kayla Iacovino trekked last year to Mount Paektu, an active volcano in North Korea. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Iacovino about her work in the secretive country.
Girl Scout Sells Cookies Outside Medical Marijuana Clinic
Girl Scout cookies are never that hard to sell, but this week, one 13-year-old San Franciscan may have outsmarted the competition altogether.
The Last Undefeated College Basketball Team Plays For Title
The men's basketball team from Wichita State holds an undefeated record of 28-0. But that title is currently up for grabs. The team is hoping to bring home the Missouri Valley Conference Title.
Olympics Serve Up A Surfeit Of Strife On Ice
While the 2014 Winter Olympics are coming to an end, there are still opportunities to take home the gold. Reporter Tom Goldman joins NPR's Scott Simon to talk about ice hockey and the speed skating.
'The Natural' of 1952 Holds Lessons For Today's MLB
A new edition of Bernard Malamud's classic baseball story, The Natural, was just released. NPR's Scott Simon talks to Howard Bryant of ESPN about how the 1952 novel is more relevant than ever.
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