Tom Dreisbach appears in the following:
The Shootout At Waco: Bikers Provide A Glimpse Into Club Life
Friday, April 08, 2016
Nine people were killed in a deadly shootout between rival biker groups in Waco, Texas, last year. But no one's gone to trial almost a year later.
How A Painkiller Designed To Deter Abuse Helped Spark An HIV Outbreak
Friday, April 01, 2016
When a special coating was added to the opioid Opana, it deterred people from abusing the pills by crushing and snorting them. But some users soon learned how to prepare the pills for injection.
#NPRreads: Rube Goldberg Machine's Dark Origins And Spalding Gray's Last Days
Friday, April 24, 2015
#NPRreads is a new feature we're testing out on Twitter and on The Two-Way. The premise is simple: Correspondents, editors and producers throughout our newsroom will share pieces that have kept them reading. They'll share tidbits on Twitter using the #NPRreads hashtag, and on occasion we'll share a longer ...
California's Drought Exposes Long-Hidden Detritus
Sunday, February 22, 2015
More than 67 percent of California is experiencing "extreme drought" or worse. At Southern California's Lake Perris, dry conditions have revealed tractor tires and sunken boats, unseen for decades.
As Downtown LA Grows, So Does Urgency To Fix Skid Row
Sunday, October 26, 2014
In Los Angeles, more than a thousand people sleep on the street in cardboard boxes and tents — just a mile away from City Hall. Many want to fix Skid Row, but how to do it is extremely controversial.
Behind The Motorcycles In 'Easy Rider,' A Long-Obscured Story
Saturday, October 11, 2014
The alleged last authentic motorcycle used in the 1969 film Easy Rider is going up for auction. The man who designed the bikes, Clifford Vaughs, says he has never gotten proper credit for his work.
Munich Mayor Survives Key Political Test: Tapping The First Keg
Saturday, September 27, 2014
Every year at Oktoberfest, the mayor of Munich, Germany, faces a public challenge — driving a tap into the ceremonial first beer barrel. Expectations were especially high for new mayor Dieter Reiter.
Ugandan LGBT Activist Recommended For Asylum In U.S.
Sunday, September 21, 2014
John Abdallah Wambere applied for asylum in the U.S. after Uganda passed a harsh anti-gay law earlier this year. His application has now been recommended for approval, pending a background check.
Is It ISIS or ISIL? That Depends On Who You're Asking
Saturday, September 13, 2014
The White House, Pentagon and the State Department all call the group ISIL, while many news organizations refer to the group as ISIS, and the group itself says it is simply the Islamic State.
New GoPro Camera Harness Captures Dog's-Eye View
Saturday, August 30, 2014
This past week, the camera maker GoPro unveiled the Fetch harness, which allows people to attach the durable cameras to their dogs. The company was inspired by some DIY efforts at pet videography.
You Know Him As An Actor But Jeff Goldblum Is A Musician Too
Thursday, August 14, 2014
Goldblum hosts a weekly jazz show in LA with his band, The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra. For more than 15 years, he's worked that around his acting schedule. (This piece aired on May 25, 2014 on ATC.)
Jeff Goldblum Plays A Jazz Show Almost Every Week. No, Really.
Sunday, May 25, 2014
Known for his roles in The Big Chill and The Fly, the actor hosts a weekly show in Los Angeles with his band, The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra. Among the songs: the lyrics to Jurassic Pa...
'Pay Secrecy' Policies At Work: Often Illegal, And Misunderstood
Sunday, April 13, 2014
President Obama has signed an order that reinforces part of a law that's existed for nearly 80 years: Employees can discuss compensation without fear of retaliation. Here's what you should know.
Help And Hope, From Soldiers, For Soldiers
Sunday, June 10, 2012
Like most members of the military returning from deployment, members of the Army National Guard's 182nd Infantry Regiment face a tough return to life back home. A program developed by...