Rod Serling Video Festival 2014
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Medic Returns From Afghanistan To Broken Family In 'Bliss'
In the film, Fort Bliss, a sergeant serving in Afghanistan struggles between her duties as a mother and as a soldier. NPR's Wade Goodwyn speaks with director Claudia Meyers about her latest movie.
After Exoneration, Small Moments Take On New Meaning
Two more men sentenced to die have been exonerated. Another wronged man, James Lee Woodard, visited NPR's Wade Goodwyn years ago. On his first day out of prison, he bonded with Goodwyn's dogs.
Obama's Hawkish Plan For Islamic State Puts Doves In A Quandary
The president's proposal to degrade and destroy the Islamic State poses a challenge for members of his own party, who have traditionally provided the anti-war voices in Congress.
'Art Of Manliness' Is Finding A Balance Between Tough And Tender
To help men learn to be better men in the 21st century, Brett MacKay created the website Art of Manliness. He talks with Audie Cornish about what he sees as the basic conflict of modern masculinity.
In Ferguson, Mo., Before Michael Brown There Was Henry Davis
In 2009, Henry Davis was charged with destruction of property after he scuffled with police officers and his blood dirtied their uniforms.
Border Crossings Slow But Immigration Courts Still Face Backlog
Judge Dana Leigh Marks, president of the National Association of Immigration Judges, talks to Robert Siegel about how the flood of young migrants has changed the way courts prioritize immigration cases.
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