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Tuesday March 15, 2005

Is Zarqawi Planning a U.S. Strike?

Time Magazine is reporting that Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, said to be responsible for so many attacks in Iraq, has been pondering strikes inside the United States.

Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft

Congress tackles the issue of identity theft. We’ll ask how the average person can protect their private information.

Balkan Violence

The President of Kosovo was the apparent subject of an assassination attempt. We’ll take a look at the region, and at efforts to bring war criminals from the Bosnian and Kosovar conflicts to justice in the Hague.

Admissions Website Hacked

An ethicist considers Harvard University’s decision to exclude any MBA applicants who took advantage of a hack to view their admissions results before they were released publicly.

A New Lovecraft Anthology

Bill Marx talks with the editor of a new anthology of stories by the father of contemporary horror writing, H.P. Lovecraft.


Experts share a range of perspectives on how to combat the Islamic State militant group, and the role the U.S. should play.

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Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson host Here & Now, a live two-hour production of NPR and WBUR Boston.

November 26 6 Comments

Arlo Guthrie Celebrates 50 Years Of ‘Alice’s Restaurant’

Listening to the 18-minute musical monologue has been a Thanksgiving tradition among folk music fans for decades.

November 26 Comment

One Refugee’s Story Of Coming To America

Paul Okot vividly remembers landing at JFK airport in New York at 7 years old, after fleeing violence in southern Sudan.

November 25 3 Comments

Rapper Le1f Finds Struggle And Moral Diversity In American Music

We've been asking musicians what they think of when they think "American music." Today we hear from Khalif Diouf, aka Le1f.

November 24 7 Comments

Ferguson: One Year Later

City council member Wesley Bell looks back on the past year since protests and violence swept the Missouri city.