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Rundown for September 28, 2012
12:06 PM EDT Comment

Another Name, More Mysteries For Man Tied To Anti-Islamic Video

The man thought to be behind the crudely produced anti-Islamic video that sparked violence in the Middle East is in jail Friday pending a probation hearing.

12:15 PM EDT 20 Comments

Web Chat: The Risks Of Concussions In Youth Sports

How young is too young for high -contact sports like soccer and football? We talk with an expert who wants to see kids better protected.

12:35 PM EDT Comment

Inside An Insider Attack

Reporter Phil Stewart looks at what a recent “insider attack” in Afghanistan portends for U.S. troops there.

12:40 PM EDT 4 Comments

Camp Confronts AIDS For South African Youth

Camp Sizanani in South Africa teaches kids how to avoid contracting HIV/AIDS and for campers are already infected, it teaches them how to stay healthy.

12:50 PM EDT 2 Comments

The British Punk Band ‘The Vaccines’ Hits Number One

If you’re a British punk pop band whose debut album reached number four on the charts last year, what do you do for an encore? Shoot for number one.

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

September 16 7 Comments

Kathy Gunst Explores Community Supported Agriculture

Kathy Gunst joins Cook's Illustrated executive food editor Keith Dresser at his CSA pickup and offers recipes for the seasonal CSA fare.

September 16 11 Comments

Remembering Jesse Winchester

Jimmy Buffett remembers his friend the late songwriter Jesse Winchester, whose posthumous album is being released today.

September 15 27 Comments

A Call To Reject Corporal Punishment As Part Of Black Culture

An incident of child abuse by an NFL player has raised questions about the use of corporal punishment as a form of discipline in the African-American community.

September 15 28 Comments

Would You Pay To Get Your Kid Into A Top College?

A San Francisco company charges parents for a consulting package based on the odds their student will get into a certain university, with prices up to a million dollars.