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Popular Russian Balladeer Sang About Ordinary Life In The USSR
Vladimir Vysotsky, who died 35 years ago this month, was never given any recognition by the Soviet government. He became popular through bootlegged cassettes passed from hand-to-hand.
Beyond A Bailout: Greece Needs Debt Relief, IMF Says
Greece is so saddled with debt it probably can't turn its economy around for years, the International Monetary Fund says. But writing down debt would require an OK from Germany, which has opposed it.
Sen. Lindsey Graham: Nuclear Deal With Iran 'Has To Include Their Behavior'
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham about the Iran nuclear agreement. He says a deal should have been contingent on Iran changing its behavior toward its neighbors.
Logo Or No Go? When Campaign Logos Look A Little Too Familiar
It turns out the stylized "E" in Gov. Scott Walker's campaign logo looks just like the logo of a major eyeglasses company. And he's not the only one who has faced a #logogate.
Youth Activists Criticize NAACP For Falling Behind The Times
The NAACP, the leading civil rights organization for African-Americans, is holding its annual convention at a time when there are growing questions about the group's relevance to a young generation.
'Mr. Spider' Says Goodbye: An Art Teacher's Final Day At School
For nearly a quarter century, Mathias Schergen taught in one of Chicago's toughest neighborhoods. Now, he's moving on.
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