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Joseph Crea found law books along the side of the road during the Great Depression. He celebrated his 100th birthday on Monday. He taught law classes up until last September.
Music commentator Meredith Ochs reviews the new album by singer Shelby Lynne, I Can't Imagine.
Today, it's an insult to call someone a Luddite. But that's not fair to the original Luddites — cloth workers who launched a war against the machines that were taking their jobs.
Edward Lee, owner of the restaurant 610 Magnolia in Louisville, Ky., shares a dish he calls his life on a plate: pork ribs and sauerkraut. Story first aired on May 22, 2014 on All Things Considered.
The Obama administration downplays the self-proclaimed Islamic State takeover of the important Iraqi city of Ramadi as Iraq emerges again as a major American political issue.
Police have jailed around 170 members of rival biker gangs since Sunday's deadly gunfight outside a sports bar. Nine people were killed and dozens were injured in the fight.