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Amputee Community Helps Bomb Victims Cope With Injuries

Many of the surviving victims of the Boston bombings lost limbs in the blast, and will not have to cope with that loss. Weekend Edition Sunday host Rachel Martin speaks with Lindsay Ess, a quadruple amputee who wanted to let those affected know that there is life after limb loss.
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In 'The Americans,' Art Imitates Real Life Lies

Robert Siegel talks to Joe Weisberg, creator of the FX television series, The Americans, about the similarities between his show and recent real-life spy-related events in New York and Argentina.
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Live, From Iceland: It's A Hamburger

They call it "The last McDonald's hamburger in Iceland." Purchased more than five years ago, it has been displayed in the Na­tional Museum of Iceland. Now it has its own webcam.
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Remaking The U.S. Government's Online Image, One Website At A Time

A team called 18F aims to bring a Silicon Valley approach to government IT — one aimed at the users of websites rather than the agencies behind them.
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Remaking The U.S. Government's Online Image, One Website At A Time

A team called 18F aims to bring a Silicon Valley approach to government IT — one aimed at the users of websites rather than the agencies behind them.

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