Rod Serling Video Festival 2014
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The Youngest Von Trapp Generation Mashes Cultures
NPR's Scott Simon talks to China Forbes and Thomas Lauderdale of the band Pink Martini, and Sofia, August, Melanie, and Amanda von Trapp about their collaborative album and upcoming performances.
Fears Of Sectarian Violence Grow In Baghdad
As Iraqi and American forces battle militants in the north, there are fears the turmoil could fuel new killings in the capital.
Feds Hope Hitting Nursing Homes In The Wallet Will Cut Overmedication
A U.S. attorney has sued two nursing homes in Watsonville, Calif., alleging that they failed to provide the acceptable care they were paid for by the government.
Murder Charges Dredge Memories Of Dark Era In Chile
Three more people have been charged in connection with the 1973 murder of Chilean folk singer Victor Jara. Luis Andres Henao, Chile correspondent for the Associated Press, explains the situation.
Justice Dept. Makes A Habit Of Turning Its Sights On Local Police
Law enforcement in Ferguson, Mo., isn't alone in coming under federal scrutiny. The Justice Department has put pressure on a number of departments to change their practices.
At NATO Summit, U.S. And Europe Ready New Sanctions Against Russia
President Obama and other NATO leaders are returning from Wales, after two days there spent discussing the future of the organization. The summit touched on topics that ranged from Ukraine to the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
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