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A sexual assault complaint at the University of California, San Diego, led to a university investigation. The accused student was suspended. But a Superior Court judge has ruled that the school did not provide him a fair trial. Los Angeles Times reporter Teresa Watanabe discusses the impact of the case with NPR's Arun Rath.
The 7-state, months-long U.S. military exercise that conspiracy theorists believe is a cover for a military takeover began this week. NPR's Arun Rath speaks with correspondent Wade Goodwyn about the exercise.
The 26th U.S. President spent his summers at a mansion on an 83-acre estate on New York's Long Island. Sagamore Hill has reopened to visitors after a three-year restoration project costing $10 million.
The new album The Other Side of Desire marks Jones' first original material ...
The new album The Other Side of Desire marks Jones' first original material in years, spurred on by a life-changing move to New Orleans.
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They're billboards for sexual favors, says ecologist Stephen Buchmann. But get your minds out of the dirt: We're talking pollination — and it's played a surprising role in global trade and history.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with author and celebrity ghostwriter Hilary Liftin about her new novel, Movie Star by Lizzie Pepper. Liftin describes the process of pulling fiction from the tabloids.