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A new book tells the story of Bobby Fuller, who was best-known for the song "I Fought the Law." He was a talented guitarist and producer who moved from El Paso, Texas, to LA. He was on the verge of his big break when his body was found in his car doused in gasoline. The Los Angeles police ruled it an accidental death.
All Tech Considered explores some experimental and lesser-used technologies for harvesting and disinfecting water.
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Baltimore Sun investigative reporter Mark Puente about records that show Baltimore police often "disregard injuries and illnesses among people they apprehend."
The NFL has also fined the New England Patriots $1 million. The punishments follow last week's report on the deflategate scandal.
Astronomer Christ Impey examines the possibilities of the universe in his ne...
Astronomer Chris Impey discusses the future of space travel, sex in space and the connection between science and Buddhism. Impey is the author of Beyond: Our Future in Space.
Indian director Satyajit Ray first came to prominence in the '50s with the three films known as The Apu Trilogy. John Powers says that even half a century later, the films "still expand our horizons."