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When it started to rain, the retractable roof was open at Marlins Park. It didn't close right away. The baseball team did not have a tarp to cover the field because they rely on the roof closing.
NPR's Alan Cheuse reviews the new novel by crime writer Jo Nesbo, Blood On Snow.
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with high-wire acrobat Nik Wallenda about his grandmother Jenny Wallenda and her life in the family circus troupe, the "Flying Wallendas." She died Saturday at the age of 87.
NPR's Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep interviews President Obama at the W...
In an interview with NPR, the president dismissed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's demand that Iran recognize Israel as part of a nuclear deal.
Artists in the residency program at Autodesk are given access to production-...
A 3-D printing software company hands artists high-tech tools to craft human-centered projects. But it isn't the first program to pair the imaginative with the practical to inform great innovation.
The U.S. Forest Service wants to use fire, herbicides and chainsaws to cure ailing woods in the Mark Twain National Forest along the Missouri-Arkansas border.