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Obama, Castro Shake Hands Ahead Of Historic Meeting Saturday
In a moment some have looked forward to for more than 50 years, the presidents of the U.S. and Cuba met at the annual Summit of the Americas.
From Pork To Onion Sandwiches: Secrets To Supersurvivors' Long Lives
At 115, Jeralean Talley is the world's oldest living person. She inherited the title from a 116-year-old Arkansan who died this week. NPR's Tamara Keith reflects on the secrets of a good, long life.
Students Push College Fossil Fuel Divestment To Stigmatize Industry
As a way to fight climate change, students at hundreds of campuses are pushing their colleges to divest from fossil fuels with sit-ins. But critics say divestment is the wrong tactic.
Remembering Apollo 13, NASA's Most Famous 'Successful Failure'
Space travel is never routine or easy and the Apollo 13 mission to the moon proved that point. An explosion aboard the spacecraft 55 hours after liftoff forever changed NASA.
In 'William Shakespeare's The Phantom of Menace,' Jar Jar Binks Plays the Fool
Jar Jar Binks is one of the most reviled Star Wars characters. But in the hands of Ian Doescher, author of William Shakespeare's The Phantom of Menace: Star Wars Part the First.
Charleston Civil Rights Leaders Point To Gentrification In Racial Justice Debate
Longtime civil rights campaigners in Charleston, S.C., say the current public outcry over police racism isn't rooted in racist laws as much as it is in gentrification and a shifting population.
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