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The Full Escovedo: What You May Not Know About Sheila E.
If her Prince-assisted '80s hits are all you know of Sheila Escovedo, you're missing half the story. NPR's Arun Rath speaks with the drummer, singer and bandleader and dives in to her early history.
Online Dating Stats Reveal A 'Dataclysm' Of Telling Trends
OkCupid co-founder Christian Rudder knows a lot about his site's users. He explains how he uses mass data to explore behavior in his new book Dataclysm: Who We Are (When We Think No One's Looking).
One Woman, Many Surprises: Pacifist Muslim, British Spy, WWII Hero
A new docudrama tells the story of Noor Inayat Khan — a pacifist Indian-American woman who worked as a radio operator during World War II and became essential to operations in Nazi-occupied Paris.
No Tiara, No Problem: 'Rejected Princesses' Have Stories Worth Telling
A tank commander, a serial killer and a Mexican revolutionary wouldn't usually get to star in a Disney princess flick. But they do take the spotlight in a blog celebrating great women from history.
What Did Obama, Other NATO Leaders Accomplish At Summit?
President Obama and other NATO leaders are heading home from a summit meeting in Wales. NPR's Arun Rath speaks with London correspondent Ari Shapiro about the agenda, which included Ukraine, Islamist terror and the war in Afghanistan.
Should Airstrikes Against ISIS Continue?
Airstrikes against the Islamic State have become a primary weapon of the U.S. NPR's Arun Rath talks to Douglas Ollivant of the New America Foundation about their efficacy.
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