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Baltimore Police Shooting That Wasn't 'Illustrates Malleable Nature Of Memories'
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks to Elizabeth Loftus, professor of psychology at the University of California, Irvine, about inventing memories. False reports Monday said a man was shot by Baltimore police.
Edison's Talking Dolls Can Now Provide The Soundtrack To Your Nightmares
Thomas Edison built and sold about 500 dolls back in 1890. Now, new technology has made hearing their supercreepy voices possible for the first time in decades. (Thanks, technology.)
Self-Declared Islamic State Claims Responsibility For Texas Shooting
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with the Washington Post's Adam Goldman about the two men who opened fire in Garland, Texas, Sunday outside an exhibit of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad.
Texas Shooting Sheds Light On Murkiness Between Free, Hate Speech
The organizers of Sunday's contest for cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad specifically chose Garland, Texas, for their event. The Curtis Culwell Center also hosted a Muslim group's meeting in January.
Unannounced And Unprecedented: Kerry Makes A Stop In Somalia
Secretary of State John Kerry took a surprise trip to Somalia on Tuesday. The visit is a first for a U.S. secretary of state. For more on Kerry's visit, Steve Inskeep speaks with NPR's Gregory Warner.
'Tales' Of Pig Intelligence, Factory Farming And Humane Bacon
Journalist Barry Estabrook wanted to know more about the animal and its journey from the farm to his plate. In a new book, he explores the dichotomies of the industry that's raising our pork chops.
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