The Boy Scouts of America may drop its ban against gay members and leaders, just a dozen years after winning the right to maintain the policy at the U.S. Supreme Court. A lawyer who has written extensively about gay Americans, discrimination and the Scouts discusses what might be going on.
NPR's Ken Rudin recaps the week in politics, from the new proposals for immigration policy, to the Senate testimony on gun control legislation. Kathie Obradovich, political columnist for the Des Moines Register, about the retirement of Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) and the politics of Iowa in 2014.
Smartphones, tablets and more affordable laptops mean that children are becoming computer literate younger than ever. But are online privacy laws and protections keeping up with them? NPR's Michel Martin learns more from Rey Junco of Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet and Society.
Music artist and filmmaker RZA shares some thoughts on his favorite flicks. When asked which movie he could watch over and over again, RZA says you can't go wrong with the classic western, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.
Singer Ella Jenkins has been entertaining and educating children for more than 50 years. She's been dubbed the 'First Lady of Children's Music' and was honored with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Host Michel Martin speaks with Ella Jenkins about her career and new album Get Moving with Ella Jenkins.
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