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Hunter Misses Deer, Hits Desk
Jay Campbell was hunting in upstate New York. On the first day of the season, he fired on a deer, broke a window instead and the bullet lodge in a desk. He faces criminal mischief charges.
Lakers May Be Losing Games, But They're Still Winning Latino Fans
The Lakers are the only NBA team with a dedicated Spanish-language TV channel and broadcast crew. And it makes sense: almost half of the 10 million people in LA County are Hispanic.
A Lost Steinbeck Story Resurfaces 40 Years After Author's Death
A short story by John Steinbeck that had never been published before was recently discovered by Andrew Gulli, editor of The Strand magazine. NPR's Arun Rath talked with Gulli about the find.
ISIS Issues Video Showing Beheading Of American Aid Worker
The so-called Islamic State has released a video showing the beheading of another American hostage, aid worker Peter Kassig.
Bryan Ferry: A Classic Crooner Informed By The Art-Rock Movement
For more than 40 years, former Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry has been making some of the most suave, luxurious music. NPR's Arun Rath speaks with Ferry about his 17th solo album, Avonmore.
In Texas, Amputees Get Their Shot At The 'Sweet Science' Of Boxing
In San Antonio amputees who aspire to be serious boxers are getting in the ring and competing. Texas became the first state to sanction competitive amputee boxing.
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