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Former United States Senator Charles Percy died this weekend at the age of 91. We revisit Percy's 1984 appearance on Chicago Tonight, and hear about his political philosophy and his presidential aspirations.
This week, a panel from the Institute of Medicine recommended complete coverage for birth control and FDA-approved contraception for women. Jeffrey Brown discusses what services could be covered under the health care reform law signed by President Obama last year with NPR's Julie Rovner.
From bugs to smelly trash to bad ideas, the world is full of really gross stuff! But just because it's gross doesn't mean it can't be funny too. In these books recommended for kids ages 0-9, you'll read about out how dog breath can save the day, and how a U.S. President and a critter with an exoskeleton are able to find compromise.
Public media is under attack, but the deeper story is that various forms of public media, from PBS to NPR to public access, are shifting to deal with digital disruption. Learn how they are innovating in a tough climate.
In 2007, the Panamanian government launched a $5.25 billion, seven-year project to update and improve the canal. Widening the shipping lanes and constructing new locks to allow for a third lane of traffic are the top priorities for the Panama Canal Authority (ACP), which is striving to meet the needs of the modern-day shipping industry.
No matter how fancy mobile gadgets get, they're useless when their batteries run out. Laptop, tablet and smart phone batteries are being asked to do more despite no real breakthroughs in battery technology hitting the market.
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs has been a sometimes-lonely voice of optimism that the Senate will approve the Obama administration's New START nuclear arms treaty with Russia before the current lame-duck congressional session comes to an end.
Earlier this week the State Department announced that two former Pakistani intelligence directors are immune from the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the families of Americans killed in the 2008 Mumbai attacks.
A riveting extended interview with Bienes, who, along with his accounting firm partner, recruited investors for Madoff.
Examine the thousand-year-old art and science behind the making of a Japanese warrior's signature weapon.