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Presidential Announcements Offer Insight Into How Candidates Run
Hillary Clinton officially announced her candidacy for president Sunday in a video posted on her website. Where candidates choose to announce give voters a first glimpse at how they will run.
Brazilians Protest Massive Government Corruption Scandal
Across the country, Brazilians took to the streets to protest a scandal at the state oil company, which has implicated members of the government, senior politicians and businessmen.
Before The NSA, The DEA Used Phone Records To Track Drug Cartels
NPR's Arun Rath speaks with USA Today reporter Brad Heath about how the Drug Enforcement Administration collected the records of billions of American telephone calls.
The Rise Of The 'No, Totally' Linguistic Phenomenon
The New Yorker's Kathryn Schulz explains the origins of using the phrase "No, totally" in agreeing with someone.
Karen Haglof, No-Wave Guitarist Turned Doctor, Relaunches Music Career
Karen Haglof made her name as a guitarist on the ultra-competitive New York no-wave scene of the 1980s. Then she stopped playing and launched a career in medicine. Now she's back with a solo album.
Murky Saudi Relationship Leaves Pakistan Conflicted On Yemen Conflict
NPR's Arun Rath talks to Arif Rafiq, an adjunct scholar at the Middle East Institute, on Pakistan's uneasy position in Yemen's conflict.
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