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Boy Builds Braille Printer Out Of Lego
What do you get when you put a Lego robotics kit, basic tools and a creative mind together? A Braille printer. Shubnam Banerjee, 12, talks to NPR's Scott Simon about his project to help the blind.
Clowns Aren't Cool? Fewer Young People Don The Polka Dot Pants
Say it isn't so! The group Clowns of America, International announced a decline in membership. NPR's Scott Simon talks to professional clown and award-winning Broadway lyricist Murray Horowitz.
Ukrainian Olympic Skier's Stand Is A Sacrifice For Her Country
A Ukrainian skier has pulled out of the Olympics to show solidarity with protesters back home. While the impact of her move is unclear, forgoing a chance at a medal is a powerful symbol.
Asian-American Contestant, 'Villain' of 'Jeopardy,' Set To Return
Arthur Chu's aggressive playing style on the game show Jeopardy! led to a four-day winning streak and has stoked racist comments on social media. He is set to appear on the show again on Monday.
For More Organ Donors, Just Head To The Local DMV
Doctors and governments have struggled to cope with a scarcity of organs available for transplant. One solution? DMV clerks. When clerks ask in person if people want to be donors, many more say yes.
Add A Judge And Things Get Tricky: The Quandary Of Subjective Sports
In Olympic events like ice hockey, the winner is clear — but for a growing list of sports, results can be much murkier. Jim Pagels explains the subjective sports that need more than just a stopwatch.
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