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Slain NYPD Officer's Funeral Draws Mourners From Around The Country
The funeral for slain police officer Rafael Ramos was held today. Ramos, along with his partner, was gunned down by a man said to be avenging the killings of black men at the hands of police.
In New York, Some Police Funeral Rites Go Back To The Civil War
Today's funeral service in New York for the two police officers killed last week is part of a long tradition in that city — with modern-day additions like helicopters flying in formation.
California Drought Hit Farmers, Farm Workers Especially Hard In 2014
Cannon Michael, a sixth-generation farmer in Los Banos, Calif., tells NPR's Arun Rath how he lost almost 20 percent of his typical revenue and was forced to lay off several workers.
An Aspiring Martian Continues To Pursue The Red Planet
Heidi Beemer has dreamed of going to Mars since she was 8 years old. In January, NPR talked to her about her application to Mars One, which is still pending — now she explains she has a plan B, too.
After Year Of Atheism, Former Pastor: 'I Don't Think God Exists'
Former pastor Ryan Bell embarked on a year without God at the start of 2014. He says, "Before I wanted a closer relationship to God and today I just want a closer relationship with reality."
For Hollywood, 'Selma' Is A New Kind Of Civil Rights Story
The film, about a 1965 voting rights march, stands out for its focus on black characters, including some of the movement's lesser-known organizers, and the way it humanizes Martin Luther King Jr.
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