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In California's Fourth Year Of Drought, New Regulations and $1 Billion In Relief
NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with KPCC reporter Molly Peterson on how effective California's new water restrictions will be in the midst of the state's historic drought.
From Kate Tempest To Torres, Female Artists Shone At SXSW
A throat singer, a hip-hop preacher, an Irish introvert: NPR Music's Bob Boilen says it was the Year of the Woman at the South By Southwest music festival. He shares some of his favorite performances.
In New York, Support Grows For Keeping Teens Out Of Adult Prisons
Hundreds of 16- and 17-year-olds are serving time in New York's adult prisons, including Rikers Island. A new proposal would raise the age of criminal responsibility to 18.
Twin Shadow Meets His Muse At The Cemetery Gates
NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with frontman George Lewis Jr. about his new album, Eclipse.
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90 Years After Its Discovery, No Generic Insulin Sold In The U.S.
A low-cost version the hormone that controls blood sugar among diabetics is no longer available in the United States. This story first aired March 19 on Morning Edition.
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