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Artist, Believed Target Of Copenhagen Attack, Still In Hiding
Audie Cornish talks to Lars Vilks, who was at a free speech forum that was attacked over the weekend. He is believed to have been a target for his controversial drawings of the prophet Mohammad.
In Argentina, Marchers Mark One Month Since Prosecutor's Death
A group of prosecutors in Argentina has called a silent protest for Wednesday to demand answers into the gunshot death of a prosecutor investigating the nation's worst terror attack.
Christian McBride On 'A Love Supreme' And Its Descendants
The Jazz Night in America host shares thoughts on the Coltrane classic, which turns 50 this month, as well as two remarkable contemporary pianists.
Alabama Gov. Apologizes To Indian Government In 'Excessive Force' Case
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley apologized to the Indian government and one of its citizens, Sureshbhai Patel, for a police officer's "unfortunate use of excessive force" in an incident near Huntsville.
David Remnick Looks Back On Tough Decisions As 'The New Yorker' Turns 90
Remnick, who became editor in 1998, talks about his early days at the magazine and his biggest regret: He says he'd "love to have another crack" at covering Iraq's alleged weapons of mass destruction.
Robert Earl Keen Delves Into Bluegrass With A Texan Twang
The singer-songwriter usually follows in the story-song tradition of his forebears Townes Van Zant and Guy Clark. But in Happy Prisoner he brings enthusiastic curiosity to covers of bluegrass greats.
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