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Majority Of Rescued Boko Haram Captives Are Children
NPR's Melissa Block speaks with Kiryn Lanning of the International Rescue Committee about the hundreds recently rescued in Nigeria from Boko Haram captivity.
'More Probable Than Not' That Patriots Deflated Footballs, NFL Report Says
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Boston Globe sports writer Dan Shaughnessy about the NFL's report into whether the New England Patriots had a hand in deflating footballs for the AFC championship game.
I'm 'The Chief Worrying Officer': Ted Leonsis On Running Washington Sports
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Ted Leonsis about the hectic life of being the public face of pro sports in Washington, D.C. He owns the city's NHL, NBA, and WNBA teams.
Boston Archdiocese, Catholic Parishioners Battle Over Church Eviction
Parishioners in Scituate, Mass., are being sued for eviction after occupying their church for 11 years. The Archdiocese wants to close the church due to declining attendance and financial hardship.
Couple Rescues Migrants Trying To Reach Europe On Overpacked Boats
David Greene talks to Christopher Catrambone, who, along with his wife, spent $8 million to buy and re-fit a 146-foot ship to save migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean into Europe.
The Allure Of Gore: 'Walking Dead' Producer On Zombies And Mean Tweets
The AMC series' habit of killing off characters without warning has led to explosions of fan grief and rage on social media. Much of the audience's ire has landed on Scott M. Gimple.
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