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Politics In The News: Republican Presidential Field Gets Crowded
GOP presidential hopefuls converged in Iowa for the Lincoln Day Dinner. More candidates are entering the presidential race, in part, because there is no obvious next-in-line for the GOP nomination.
Motorist Uses Fountain As A Free Car Wash
A man in Wakefield, England, drove his car in circles under the fountain's jets. The cleaning continued until a police car drove up. No word if the driver was ticketed or if he was packing a ShamWow.
From Four Different Corners Of Africa, Four Bold New Albums
DJ Betto Arcos spins soulful songs from a prison in Malawi, dance music from Congo and more.
Addiction Takes A Toll On An Unlikely Friendship
Lance Rice, a recovering heroin addict, became friends with Nina Rossi, whose house he robbed in 2013. The friendship waned after Rice had a relapse, but they still have kind words for each other.
Helping Postal Workers Fend Off An Age-Old Problem: Dog Bites
Los Angeles was the top city for dog attacks on postal workers last year. A training program teaches letter carriers how to protect themselves.
Wiretapping Scandal In Macedonia Unleashes A Political Backlash
Thousands of anti-government protestors took to the streets in Macedonia's capital today. NPR's Arun Rath talks with Financial Times reporter Andrew Byrne about the scandal that has sparked the unrest.
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