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Adviser: Next 3 Months Crucial To Preventing Starvation On Vanuatu
Melissa Block speaks with Christopher Bartlett, who is coordinating food security and agriculture response to Cyclone Pam for Vanuatu. He says the nation needs food aid until it can harvest crops.
World War II Veteran Lucy Coffey Dies At 108
The nation's oldest female veteran of World War II died Thursday. Last year, Lucy Coffey made an Honor Flight to visit the Women's Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery and meet with the president.
Fourth-Graders Get Rough Lesson In Politics
Melissa Block talks to Jim Cutting, a teacher at Lincoln Akerman School in New Hampshire, who led his fourth-graders' effort to turn a bill into a law, only to have it rejected right in front of them.
In Move From Web To TV, 'Childrens Hospital' Could Set An Example
Childrens Hospital returns to Comedy Central's Adult Swim for its sixth season Friday. NPR's Eric Deggans spent a day on set and reports on how this niche comedy is swimming against the tide.
'Still The King': A Tribute To An Icon Of Western Swing
Don Gonyea talks to Ray Benson, leader of the Austin-based band Asleep at the Wheel, about a new tribute to the late Bob Wills that features contributions by the musicians Wills helped inspire.
March Madness 2015: Winners And Losers
NPR's Tom Goldman talks to Don Gonyea about the latest upsets and advancements in the men's NCAA college basketball tournament. The women's tournament gets underway Friday, too.
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