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In 'Out Of Line,' The Many, Many Acts Of Jules Feiffer
At 86, Jules Feiffer has drawn comic strips, written books and plays, and is now experimenting with graphic novels. A new compilation, Out of Line, takes an extensive look at his many careers.
Pressure To Act Unethically Looms Over Wall Street, Survey Finds
About half of the financial professionals surveyed say their competitors have behaved unethically or illegally to gain an advantage. And many say compensation and bonuses can create bad incentives.
Reddit's New Harassment Policy Aimed At Creating A 'Safe Platform'
Interim CEO Ellen Pao says the site wants to encourage a variety of views, within limits. "It's not our site's goal to be a completely free-speech platform. We want to be a safe platform," she says.
Elizabeth Banks On Success: 'You Don't Get What You Don't Ask For'
The Hunger Games actress and Pitch Perfect 2 director also runs her own production company. Her secret to success? "I raise my hand a lot," Banks tells Fresh Air's Ann Marie Baldonado.
Reporting On Rape Kit Backlog Leads To New Law And Arrests In Ohio
While researching sexual assaults for Cleveland's The Plain Dealer, Rachel Dissell unearthed a backlog of untested rape kits dating back to 1993. Ohio has since mandated the testing of these kits.
FBI Probes Hacker's Claim He Took Over Plane's Engine Controls
The FBI is investigating security expert Chris Roberts' claims that he hacked inflight entertainment systems to briefly take control of the aircraft. He says he's hacked Boeing and Airbus planes.
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