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'Cartel' Author Spins A Grand Tale Of Mexico's Drug Wars
Novelist Don Winslow spent 10 years researching the Mexican drug wars. His new novel, The Cartel, reveals "a new generation of cartel leaders that are more violent, more sadistic" than ever before.
Bailout Vote May Splinter Greece's Recently Empowered Anti-Austerity Party
In Athens, deputies from Greece's ruling Syriza party will start parliamentary debate today on the latest bailout agreement - with some forecasting that the party will split over the issue.
Hey Yogurt-Maker, Where'd You Get Those Microbes?
Making yogurt requires bacteria — but which strains of bacteria? There are dozens to choose from, and that choice affects yogurt's tartness and texture.
Negotiators' Bonds, Commitment And Devotion To Details Got Iran Deal Done
NPR gets the back story of the years-long negotiations that produced the Iran nuclear deal from journalist Robin Wright. She's traveled to Tehran and spoken with negotiators on both sides of the deal.
Some Greeks Are Finding Opportunity Amid Their Economy's Uncertainty
In Greece, not all the smart, young people are leaving. Some are using the crisis as an opportunity to start a new business — including one woman who want to make trucking in Greece more efficient.
Spieth Looks To Win Year's Third Major, Where Golf Legends Have Fallen
The U.S. golfing phenom won the first two majors of the year, and this weekend he goes for a third at the British Open. It's an achievement that Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods.
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