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Recovering From Disaster, Haiti Faces A New Crisis
Monday marks the fifth year since a powerful earthquake devastated Haiti's capital. It's also the deadline for a political crisis that may leave Haiti in electoral limbo. NPR's Arun Rath checks in with reporter Carrie Kahn .
World Leaders Join Thousands For Peace Rally In Paris
Hundreds of thousands of people marched in the French capital and other cities Sunday in a demonstration of unity and defiance following the Paris terror attacks.
A Half-Century Of Battles For The Biggest Rock Walls
As two climbers attempt Yosemite's most daunting cliff face, documentarian Nick Rosen, co-writer and co-director of Valley Uprising, explains the park's history of climbs and culture clashes.
Country Quartet 'Little Big Town' Finds Fun In Being A Foursome
The Nashville country pop band doesn't have a single lead singer; they take turns, which opens artistic and emotional possibilities. The band recently released its sixth studio album, Pain Killer.
Finding The Pieces To Form A New Nation
For each familiar two-word phrase and name, take one or more letters from the start of the first word plus one or more letters from the start of the second word to name a country.
Pastor's Gay Brother 'Frustrated That NPR Made This A News Story'
Last week, Pastor Allan Edwards told NPR about his choice to marry a woman despite his attraction to men. His story prompted comments from many — including his brother Dexter.
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