Rod Serling Video Festival 2014
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Network TV's Fall Lineup Distinguished By Diversity
This season a dozen new network TV shows feature non-white characters as leads or co-leads. The shows aren't just notable for their casting diversity, but for how they talk about race and culture.
Shifting Stance, Some GOP Candidates Back State Minimum Wage Hikes
As free-market conservatives, Republicans are philosophically opposed to raising the minimum wage. But a handful in tight races are having second thoughts.
Second Round Of Air Strikes In Syria Target Oil Assets
The U.S. launched another round of airstrikes inside Syria on Wednesday, again targeting the group known as the Islamic State.
Margaret Atwood's 'Stone Mattress' Is Full Of Sharp And Jabbing Truths
In her latest collection, Margaret Atwood takes on death, dreadfulness and the use of fantasy. Though these stories are strange and wild, they all somehow ring true.
Obama Challenges U.N. To Confront World's Conflicts
President Obama told the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday that the world stands at a crossroads between war and peace. NPR's Scott Horsley speaks with Audie Cornish from New York City.
After WWI, A Mother And Daughter Must Take In 'Paying Guests'
Sarah Waters' spellbinding novel — about two women in 1920s London — is no simple period piece. Waters is a superb storyteller with a gift for capturing the layered nuances of character and mood.
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