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Police In Baltimore Clear Defiant Crowds
A curfew went into effect Tuesday night in Baltimore in hopes of controlling violent outbursts. Riots Monday left at least 20 officers injured and several buildings damaged.
Thrown Mango Bonks Venezuela's President In The Head
Inscribed on the mango was a message. A woman wanted help finding an apartment. Instead of having her arrested, President Nicolas Maduro rectified her housing problems.
Months After Scandal, Will Brian Williams Return To NBC News?
The professional fate of Brian Williams remains up in the air after a scandal led to his six month suspension as chief anchor of NBC News. What path could lead him back to the anchor's chair?
Europe May Be On Sale, But The Ticket To Get There Isn't
The euro has dropped in value against the U.S. dollar by more than 20 percent since last summer. But even as Americans find bargains in Europe, flights to get there remain pricey for a few reasons.
Earthquake In Nepal Sheds Light On Its Volatile Political History
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Jonah Blank, a senior political scientist at the RAND Corporation, about the economics, politics and culture of the Himalayan country.
Police Union President: 'Officers Aren't Perfect' But Deserve Due Process
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Chuck Canterbury, the national president of the Fraternal Order of Police, about changing law enforcement and the rioting in Baltimore.
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