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War Play  September 18, 2013
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Virtual training, video games, drones and other cutting-edge technological innovations are changing the way soldiers do their jobs like never before.

Mental Illness And The Criminal Justice System  September 17, 2013
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How are the courts and mental health service providers working to solve the issue of mental illness in the criminal justice system?

Encountering the Everyday Wild  September 17, 2013
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Where’s the line between civilization and wilderness these days?

Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies  September 16, 2013
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What does it take to deliver fresh produce to our grocery stores and who’s responsible for the welfare of our country’s farming workforce?

Fauna Guts?  September 16, 2013
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Animals’ bodies are complicated – and they can accomplish amazing feats.

Reporting From The Trenches  September 12, 2013
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What drives journalists to leave their families and risk their lives to tell the stories of war? NPR’s Kelly McEvers, who worked for NPR as a correspondent in the Middle East during one of the deadliest years on record for journalists, wanted to know.

The Crowd To Come  September 12, 2013
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With an already taxed environment, how will our planet handle ten billion people?

The Smartest Kids In The World, And Why  September 11, 2013
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Why are America’s public school students lagging behind those in other countries?

Dallas, Lights, Etc.  September 11, 2013
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With the Omni hotel’s rib-patterned LED façade, the blue glow of the Statler Hotel and plans to revise the Bank of America building’s green-lit trim, downtown Dallas is re-dressing itself in creative lighting.

A Better Way Of Death  September 10, 2013
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When debilitating disease and emotional fatigue leave aging parents asking to die, how do their adult children cope?

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