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Could The President's Week Get Any Worse?

From scandals involving the IRS, to spirited Benghazi hearings, it's been a tough week for the Obama administration. But will this bad week really have further political fallout? Guest host Celeste Headlee checks in with the barbershop guys.
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A Gift Of Life And Friendship After A Family's Loss

In February 2007, Rick Bounds was diagnosed with a serious liver disease and given eight months to live.
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Letters: Inspiration Behind 'I Drive Your Truck'

Melissa Block and Audie Cornish read emails from listeners about the true story that inspired the hit country song, "I Drive Your Truck."
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Letters: New Orleans, Buzz Aldrin

NPR's Neal Conan reads from listener comments on previous show topics, including postcards from New Orleans and our talk with astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
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Is The FDA's Caution Hazardous To Our Health?

Some argue that the FDA's approval process — required before new treatments can be sold on the market — takes too much time and money. A group of experts face off over the balance between safety and urgency in the latest Intelligence Squared U.S. debate.
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Sandwich Monday: Tamale Spaceship

Now we know why it takes astronauts three hours to get into their spacesuits.
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Mom's X-Ray Vision Also Sees The Best In Us

Mothers know us better — sometimes better than we know ourselves. As any child will tell you, they really do have eyes in the back of their heads. When times are tough, they also have our back.
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For Mother's Day, Honoring Mom's Singular Vision

Host Scott Simon is convinced that mothers come equipped with magical powers: specifically, eyes in the back of their head. They know what you're up to, even when they can't see you.
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Preserving The Motherhood Advice And Memories Of A Mom

When Rebecca Posamentier was pregnant with her first child, she visited StoryCorps with her mother, Carol Kirsch. The soon-to-be mother tried to glean all she could about parenting from her own mother, before it was too late.

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