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Wake Up And Smell The Caffeine. It's A Powerful Drug
Each day people consume a drug derived from a natural insecticide. That drug is caffeine. David Greene talks to Murray Carpenter, author of Caffeinated: How Our Daily Habit Helps, Hurts and Hooks Us.
Yatsenyuk Appeals For International Aid For Ukraine
Ukraine's interim Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk takes his case to the United Nations on Thursday, as he tries to build support for his country in its territorial conflict with Russia.
Birmingham Mix-Up Is More Common Than You Might Think
The City Council of Birmingham, England, has been promoting a wedding fair on its website. But the event is taking place in Birmingham, Alabama. This wasn't the first time for the misunderstanding.
London Tourist Gets Palace Guard To Smile
A video that has become popular on YouTube shows a tourist getting a member of the Queen's Guard to smile. The guards are usually stoic.
In Oscar Pistorius Trial, All Eyes Turn To A Battered Door
Robyn Dixon has been covering the trial of former Olympian Oscar Pistorius for the Los Angeles Times. She explains the latest details, as well as what's different about South African trials.
A Very Special Proposal Anniversary For The World Wide Web
Wednesday marks the 25th anniversary of a big tech moment: A physics researcher first proposed the idea of the World Wide Web. Aarti Shahani of KQED speaks with Tim Berners-Lee about his big idea.
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