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From Civilian To Spy: How An Average Guy Helped Bust A Russian Agent
You'd think spying on the Russians would require some training, but Naveed Jamali had none. "Probably some Magnum P.I. episodes and a few movies here and there," he says. "That was about it."
By Their Fingertips: Teen Pianists In New Cliburn Competition
The Van Cliburn Foundation is hosting its first international piano competition for young players. Some are wondering if the new contest is too much pressure too soon.
After Thousands Of Missions, Air Force To Cut Drone Flights
The Air Force plans to reduce drone flights due to a shortage of pilots. NPR's Arun Rath talks with New York Times reporter Dave Philipps about why the military is having trouble attracting and keeping drone operators.
'Lester, You Changed Our Lives': Channeling Bangs In 'How To Be a Rock Critic'
Husband-wife team Erik Jensen and Jessica Blank talk about their play based on the life and writings of legendary rock scribe Lester Bangs.
At Kentucky's Moonshine University, Would-Be Bourbon Distillers Learn The Trade
Bourbon is booming, thanks to the popularity of craft brands in the U.S. and new markets opening in Asia. And Kentucky, where 95 percent of the spirit is made, is the center of the bourbon universe.
The Man Behind 'The Most Interesting Man' Is Interesting, Too
He drove a garbage truck in LA and fibbed his way into Hollywood westerns. But Jonathan Goldsmith's big break was getting cast in Dos Equis beer commercials as "The Most Interesting Man in the World."
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