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Pepper Spray Thwarts Robbery Attempt
A West Virginia man tried to rob a pharmacy. He brought along a can of pepper spray to immobilize the staff. He sprayed a cloud of the stuff. Then he was overcome by it himself.
Kamasi Washington's 3-Hour Jazz 'Epic,' Complete With Creation Myth
The Los Angeles jazz saxophonist ended up on the latest records by rapper Kendrick Lamar and EDM producer Flying Lotus. His new three-CD recording is no less ambitious.
After A Fiery Speech, A Top-Secret Job Offer In The Desert
A young Air Force captain thought his career was over. Instead, he was invited to join a stealth program — and told, "You've got 30 seconds and if you don't say yes, this conversation never happened."
Limited Cease-Fire Set To Begin In Yemen On Tuesday
Yemen's Houthi rebels agreed Sunday to a five-day cease-fire. Meanwhile, fighting rages on as Saudi-led warplanes continue to pound both northern Yemen and the capital.
At The Heart Of The Freddie Gray Case, Six Officers Remain A Mystery
Little is known about the six Baltimore police officers charged in the April death of Freddie Gray. Their attorneys have filed a motion to have the case dismissed.
International Adoptees Create A New Sense Of Community Together
Americans began adopting children from South Korea more than 50 years ago. Now adults, some of these adoptees gather regularly in New York to help and support each other.
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