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Yale Law Students Raise Case For Discharged Vets
Before PTSD existed as a diagnosis, Vietnam War veterans who suffered from it often received a discharge other than honorable. A Yale Law School clinic is filing a class action lawsuit for them.
As Russians Return, Crimean Tatars Fear Repeat Of History
Not everyone in Crimea is happy with recent events. Muslim Tatars, who'd lived there for centuries, were exiled by Stalin and could only return with the fall of Communism. Now, the Russians are back.
If There's Privacy In The Digital Age, It Has A New Definition
Even staunch privacy advocates are concluding that it's impossible to protect personal data completely. The best hope for online privacy, they say, lies in legal safeguards that prevent abuse.
What Your Data's Worth: Probably Not As Much As You Think
Data Brokerage can be big business. Brokers sell profiles filled with your purchases, your favorite stores and more. But, as Emily Steel of the Financial Times explains, your profile's quite cheap.
Alain Resnais, Director And Master Of Disorientation, Dies At 91
Bob Mondello talks about the contributions of French filmmaker Alain Resnais, who died Saturday at the age of 91.
From Afghanistan To Sochi, One Marine's Path To The Paralympics
Joshua Sweeney is a member of the U.S. sled hockey team at the Paralympic Games in Sochi. The former Marine joins Melissa Block to discuss his path to the arduous, often brutally physical sport.
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