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Examining The Entourage Effect
New psychological research explores a phenomenon known as the entourage effect. We hear why people like to create their own entourages.
Is That A Seal? No, It's A Man Who Collapsed In The Snow
In Nova Scotia, Gerald Whitman crashed his car in a blizzard. Charlie Parker was shoveling snow, and at first thought he saw a seal. He found Whitman face down and brought him inside to wait for help.
Chinese Tourists Rename Famous British Landmarks
Britain wants a bigger share of the market for Chinese tourists. The tourist board VisitBritain held a a contest on Chinese social media to give Chinese names to British landmarks.
For One Mother And Son, 'Punish Stew' A Frequent Showdown
One person's comfort food is another person's bad memory. For today's Found Recipe, we hear again from chef John Currence.
After Sandy: Insurance Claim Battles Cost Homeowners, Taxpayers
More than two years after Superstorm Sandy flooded homes in New Jersey and New York, legal battles still rage over insurance claims to repair the damage. But insurance is not playing by the rules.
Why You Should Push, Not Shovel, Snow And Other Tips
With snow storms battering much of the country, Kelly McEvers speaks with snow removal consultant John Allin about the latest and greatest in snow removal technology — and some news you can use.
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