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'New Age Becomes Old Age Very Quickly': Yanni Speaks

Saturday, January 23, 2016

After dozens of albums and world-spanning tours, the king of new age says he's still baffled by the term. He speaks with NPR's Scott Simon.

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Mulder And Scully On Why The World Is Ready For An 'X-Files' Reboot

Saturday, January 23, 2016

"People want a villain," says actor David Duchovny. "They want a reason, they want a cabal, they want a conspiracy." He and Gillian Anderson co-star in six new episodes of The X-Files.

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Politics Podcast: Hot Peppers, Attack Ads And The Return Of Sarah Palin

Friday, January 22, 2016

The team discusses the growing rift between Ted Cruz and Donald Trump, the return of a certain Alaskan politician and Hillary Clinton's surprising go-to snack on the campaign trail.

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Encore: In Wake Of War, Former Homeless Vet Found Hope In Treatment

Friday, January 22, 2016

When Marine Cpl. Zach Skiles returned from Iraq, he couldn't sleep, hold down a job or pay rent. Last year, he and his father sat down to talk for the first time about his life after the war.

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#ZikaQA: Watch Goats and Soda's Live Q&A On The Zika Virus

Thursday, January 21, 2016

NPR correspondents Lourdes Garcia-Navarro and Jason Beaubien will answer your questions on the Zika virus in a live YouTube Q&A. Submit your questions now.

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'London Spy' Begins With A Romance Between A Clubber And MI6 Agent

Thursday, January 21, 2016

The new BBC America show, written by author Tom Rob Smith, opens with a gay couple falling in love. Then one of them mysteriously disappears.

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Women's Hockey Takes Stage As New Pro Sports League

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Founder Dani Rylan launched the league in October with teams in Boston, Buffalo, Connecticut and New York City. For girls who want to play pro, she says, the NWHL can turn dreams into reality.

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When 'Your Heart Is A Muscle,' Empathy Is A Revolutionary Act

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Writer Sunil Yapa says his father taught him to have a global perspective from a very young age. Yapa's new novel was inspired by explosive global trade protests that took place in Seattle in 1999.

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'In A Different Key' Traces History And Politics Of Autism

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Authors John Donvan and Caren Zucker say parents have been "unsung heroes" in spurring more research on autism, and in getting many more kids out of institutions and into schools.

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Politics Podcast: Not All Polls Are Created Equal

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Polls drive so much of the political news coverage you see and hear. But it matters where they came from and how they're conducted.

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Comedian Jon Benjamin's Jazz Album Is Full Of 'Real, Untapped Un-Talent'

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Best known as the lead voice on Bob's Burgers and Archer, Benjamin has no expertise in jazz music. "It's a real insult to people who try," he says of Well, I Should Have ... Learned How To Play Piano.

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Why It's Not Too Late To Make A New Year's Resolution

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Today is the perfect day to (re)start your resolution. Here's how.

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Decades Since His Death, MLK's Shadow Still Shapes Today's Activism

Sunday, January 17, 2016

It's been nearly half a century since the death of Martin Luther King Jr. As the U.S. prepares to celebrate his work, it's worth asking: What does King's legacy mean for today's grass-roots activists?

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Attendance Drops At Maryland High School, As Deportation Fears Rise

Sunday, January 17, 2016

A Maryland high school principal says many of her students are skipping school, fearing that they or their parents will be deported.

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What's Being Done To Address The Country's Backlog Of Untested Rape Kits

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Tens of thousands of rape kits sit, untested, in evidence rooms. While a new push to clear the backlog has brought urgency the issue, what's taken so long — and why does it exist in the first place?

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After The Diagnosis: How Families Experience Autism

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Raising a child with autism can test families financially and emotionally. NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with parents of children with autism, and a young woman who was diagnosed later in life.

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With Leap To HBO, Big Bird's Got A Brand-New Way To Get To 'Sesame Street'

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Shiny new digs (in more ways than one) are reshaping the children's TV show, which premieres Saturday on HBO. The show's executive producer — and Elmo himself — tell how the neighborhood's changed.

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Family Bonds Are Never Bland In 'The Past'

Saturday, January 16, 2016

In her latest novel, The Past, Tessa Hadley focuses on four siblings spending one last holiday at a soon-to-be-sold summer home. Tensions simmer, secrets break out of storage — but love remains.

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Along With Assault And Arson, FBI Starts To Track Animal Abuse

Saturday, January 16, 2016

The new effort could help save animals — and, perhaps, people: Research shows that animal abuse is often a precursor to acts of violence against people.

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Super Bowl I Tape Was Erased Long Ago; Now The Game Will Air Again

Friday, January 15, 2016

The TV networks that broadcast 1967's inaugural game erased it. Now the NFL Network has pieced together its own film with radio footage of the historic game; Super Bowl I: The Lost Game airs Friday.

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