We have an update on our story with ProPublica’s Kim Barker into so-called dark money used during political campaigns. Listeners also remembered why they love The Onion’s satire and reminded us about the difference between a burr and a brogue.
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For the first time since 1994, six American teens won the International Mathematical Olympiad.
Researchers say a fast-growing new form of a seaweed tastes like bacon when fried.
The film adaptation of "Paper Towns" comes a year after "The Fault in Our Stars" grossed over $300 million.
The number of teenagers having sex is at the lowest level in 25 years. Less than half of 15 to 19-year-olds say they've had sex.