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How Young People Went Underground During The '70s 'Days Of Rage'
Bryan Burrough's new book describes the Weather Underground and other militant groups' tactics to protest the government. He interviews former radicals who had never gone on the record before.
Fresh Air Remembers Historian Stanley Kutler
In the '90s, Kutler helped uncover secrets of the Nixon administration: He and an advocacy group sued the National Archives for about 200 hours of White House tapes. Kutler died Tuesday; he was 80.
Marco Rubio Expected To Announce Presidential Bid
Miami will be the scene of another expected presidential announcement. Sen. Marco Rubio is set to announce he's running for the GOP presidential nomination on Monday.
Armenian 'Genocide' Remarks By Pope Francis Spark Row With Turkey
The pope continues his theme of outspoken criticism against the complicity of silence of today's world community against the persecution of Christians and other minorities by Islamic extremists.
NHL Aims To Include More Minority Players To Expand Fan Base
The National Hockey League is by far the least diverse of the four major pro sports leagues in the U.S. The numbers of minority players is on the rise, but barriers still remain.
1912 Tree Helps Park Service Determine Cherry Blossoms' Peak
Tens of thousands of people were in Washington, D.C. to enjoy an explosion of pink and white. The National Cherry Blossom Festival wrapped up on Sunday just as the blossoms were hitting their peak.
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