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Former NPR Audio Engineer Bill Deputy Dies At 58
Former NPR audio engineer Bill Deputy died over the weekend of lung cancer. He understood how sound could create pictures — pictures as vivid as any painting and as clear as any photo. He was 58.
Eurozone Threatened By Divide Between Greece And Germany
Germany, which has backed most of the bailout loans to Greece, wants Greeks to stick to austerity measures. The new Greek government says austerity has destroyed the economy.
Phoenix Zoo Misidentifies Gender Of Andean Bear
For two years, the zoo said Luka was a male when the bear was really a female. The zoo explained that it's difficult to identify the sex of juvenile Andean bears.
Wisconsin Men's Basketball Team Tests NCAA Stenographer
Nigel Hayes peppered a news conference with words not usually heard during such an event. It turns out, he and some teammates were fascinated with the woman who transcribes their press conferences.
'13 Men,' No Clear Answers: Digging Into An Indian Gang Rape Case
Last year, a woman in rural India said that she'd been gang raped on the orders of her tribal council. Journalist Sonia Faleiro traveled to her village and found competing narratives and few facts.
Understanding Skid Row's Tensions After A Fatal Police Shooting
After LA police shot and killed an unarmed man in early March, NPR's Kelly McEvers and producer Tom Dreisbach embedded with Skid Row residents and police to learn more about each side of the story.
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