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A Comedian Walks Into A Bar ... And Gets Misattributed
In a recent piece on the World Cup, Phil Stark was incorrectly identified as a "wannabe comedian." It turns out that he is actually a professional comedian — and he has a joke to prove it.
An End To Kerfuffles And Questions: Former Press Secretary Reflects
On the occasion of his departure, former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney talks to Audie Cornish about his time spent at the White House podium.
Book Review: 'Warburg In Rome'
Alan Cheuse reviews Warburg in Rome, a new book from James Carroll.
Once Bitten, Twice Decried: Uruguay Outraged By Suarez Punishment
Luis Suarez's sponsors are dropping him and his 2014 World Cup is over. FIFA dealt the Uruguayan soccer player an unusually harsh sentence for biting his opponent, and his home country is outraged.
If They Want To Make Anything, Proteins Must Know How To Fold
As part of the series "Unfolding Science," NPR's Joe Palca presents the science of protein folding. A properly folded protein keeps you alive; a misfolded protein can kill you.
Lone Passenger Pigeon Escapes Pie Pan, Lands In Smithsonian
Passenger pigeons used to be the most abundant bird in North America. But hunters drove them to extinction, and by 1914, only one was left. A century later, that pigeon, named Martha, is on exhibit.
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