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Haitians Face Deportation From Dominican Republic As Deadline Nears
NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Michele Wucker, author of Why the Cocks Fight: Dominicans, Haitians, and the Struggle for Hispaniola, about the tensions between Dominicans and Haitians since 1929.
Federal Reserve Delays Hike Of Low Interest Rates
After a two-day meeting with policymakers adjourned Wednesday, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the economy is moving in the right direction but continues to recover.
Nigerians Express Outrage Over Parliament's 'Wardrobe Allowance'
Nigerians are outraged over the clothing allowance given to lawmakers. In a country where the average person lives on dollars a day, the nation's 469 lawmakers will share a $43 million allowance.
James Holmes Psychiatrist Knew About Violent Thoughts, But Not Plan
The psychiatrist who treated accused Colorado movie theater shooter James Holmes has finished her testimony, and state prosecutors are due to rest their case this week.
Legendary High School Football Coach On Career: 'Athletics Is Just Like Life'
NPR's Melissa Block talks to Summerville, S.C., high school football coach John McKissick, who announced his retirement Tuesday after 63 years. He won 621 games and 10 state championships.
As Fitbit Goes Public, It Will Have To Outrun Competition
Amid the buzz around wearables, Fitbit heads to the NYSE. The fitness tracking firm faces challenges from smart watches, but it may get a boost from companies that want to keep tabs on workers.
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