Rod Serling Video Festival 2014
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Florida Polytechnic Library Goes Book-Free
A university library without books? What is higher education coming to? NPR's Scott Simon talks to Kathryn Miller at Florida Polytechnic University about the school's new bookless library.
'Starred Up' Not Your Typical Father-Son Tale
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with the director and writer of the new hard-hitting British film set in a prison for violent offenders.
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.
Cruising Attitude: 'Recliner Rebellion' Building In The Sky
With the airlines packing more people into planes, "recliner rage" is on the rise. Is it a problem of entitled passengers, or just too many of us squeezed into small spaces?
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.
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