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Why Do Cops Shoot?

Our collaborators on 'Shots Fired' at The Tampa Bay Times have just published their reporting and we can't recommend it highly enough. 

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Pitch Us!

On-Air This Week: Guts

This week on a station near you, a look at the messy mystery in our middles, and what the rumblings deep in our bellies can tell us about ourselves.

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Painting in Tongues

In 2010, after being struck by an 18-wheel truck while riding her bike Emilie Gossiaux, a young painter and sculptor, was blinded. After the accident, Emilie found her way back to the studio using a device that helps her "see" by using sensors on her tongue.

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Microscopic to Cosmic

Teensy organisms battling teensier viruses in a war you can see from space!

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Radiolab Presents: More Perfect

Listen to season one of More PerfectRadiolab’s mini-series about the Supreme CourtYou can subscribe here, and here. Season two launches in 2017.

A New 60 Words?

On February 12th, 2015 President Obama sent Congress a draft version of a new Authorization for the Use of Military Force, subject of our episode 60 Words. 

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I Like Ant Butts And I Cannot Lie

With our Parasites episode on the air this week, a flirtatious check-in from a critter that takes to the air itself... by way of an ant's rear end.

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All the Covers of the Rainbow

If you liked what you heard in our Colors episode and want to know more about the dozens of amazing artists who recorded covers for the show, check out this list. 

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The Hypnotist and the Warts

In February of 1951, Dr. Albert Mason began treating a teenage patient whose plastic surgeons agreed nothing could be done for...If you haven't listened to Placebo yet, do that before you read this spoiler-strewn post.

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