On today's show: an editor, writer, and photographer from the Associated Press explain how the organization has covered the biggest news stories of the past 160 years. And Junot Diaz discusses his critically-acclaimed novel, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. Also, a former server at Thomas Keller’s Per Se shares a waiter’s-eye view of four-star dining. But first, an Economist reporter takes us inside the race to build the clean energy cars of the future.
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