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Prisoners Of War And Ojibwe Reservation Make Unlikely Neighbors In 'Prudence'
Native American writer David Treuer bases the World War II camp for German prisoners on a real-life one that existed near the village of Bena, Minn., on the Leech Lake Reservation where he grew up.
Victorian Romance Meets 'House Of Cards' In 'Mr. And Mrs. Disraeli'
Daisy Hay's new book is a joint biography of 19th century British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli and his wife, Mary Anne, whose fortune and status as a gentile helped boost her husband's career.
How The Man Behind The Trailers Sparks An Urge To See A Movie
Mark Woollen has created trailers for many Oscar-nominated films, including Boyhood, The Theory of Everything and Birdman. He talks about how he crafts an audience's first glimpse of a film.
Oscars Get Political, As Acceptance Speeches Wade Into Social Issues
At the Academy Awards, many of the big winners were expected — but the ceremony drew energy from their speeches, which addressed a gamut of issues, from equal pay for women to immigration.
Advanced Placement History Test Accused Of Being Unpatriotic
An Oklahoma legislative panel is reviewing the latest Advanced Placement U.S. History course and could cut funding for it in the state's schools. Lawmakers complain the course focuses on the negative.
Wil Smith, Who Recorded StoryCorps Conversation, Dies At 46
Wil Smith, a single dad who listeners met through StoryCorps, died Sunday. A few years ago he was diagnosed with colon cancer. (This conversation initially aired on Oct. 23, 2013 on Morning Edition).
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