Early Learning and the Bottom Line
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'I Always Believed' Justice System Would Change, Says Prisoner Granted Clemency
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Antwon Rogers and his attorney, Jeff Lazarus. Rogers' life sentence was commuted earlier this year by President Obama.
Verdict Reached In Aurora, Colo., Theater Shooting
The jury has reached a verdict in the trial of James Holmes, who opened fire on a packed movie theater in Aurora, Colo., in 2012.
A Look Inside El Chapo's Prison Escape Through A Tunnel
Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman escaped from a Mexican maximum security prison earlier this week. NPR gets a tour of the tunnel he used to escape.
Amy Schumer And Judd Apatow Talk Storytelling, Commitment And Spooning
In 2011, Apatow heard Schumer on the radio and was struck by her candor. The two went on to collaborate on the film Trainwreck, about a woman who doesn't want a relationship.
The View From Inside Syria
Saeed al-Batal is a pseudonym for a Syrian photographer who lives in a rebel area near the capital Damascus. In one of his periodic talks with NPR, he says he has just lost his home again.
The Fall Of A Dairy Darling: How Cottage Cheese Got Eclipsed By Yogurt
Cottage cheese was the yogurt of the mid-20th century: a dairy product for the health-conscious. But it has fallen out of favor, while marketing of — and demand for — yogurt has soared.
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