March 31, 2006 Keep you hands off my clock! One Indiana county makes a stand for chronological choice.
March 31, 2006 You can cheer for George Mason this weekend, but don't go calling it the biggest upset in history.
March 31, 2006 Just how much of Sharon Stone do you get to see in Basic Instinct 2? Sorry, we don't answer that, but we do preview Adam and Steve and Brick.
March 31, 2006 Senators fire buckshot at Bush, hit Nixon instead
March 31, 2006 Castro's not dead yet... but it's never too early to get ready.
March 31, 2006 Just in time for April Fool's Day: Bloopers from Morning Edition.
March 31, 2006 Two balls, no strikes: Early baseballer juiced up on testicular fluid.
March 30, 2006 Every time I think that I'm ready to move on from Sept. 11, something pulls me back to that day.
March 30, 2006 Researchers say prayer has no effect on healing. It may actually hurt.
March 30, 2006 Forget those white earbuds. It's time to plug the iPod into your brain.
March 30, 2006 Tequila shots and salsa lessons. Our White House reporter goes deep undercover in Cancun.
March 30, 2006 At the Moussaoui trial, reporters are herded, prodded and forced to ride the elevators in feral packs.
March 30, 2006 "Diplomacy gone wild" in Cancun and other news stories NPR will bring in today...
March 30, 2006 The Washington Post muscles into our territory. Hey man, this is our turf... let's rumble!
March 30, 2006 When parents get together and share their birth stories, the topic of convenience always comes up. I know people who have happily scheduled the delivery of their child. This morning, Allison Aubrey confirms this trend. Cesarean sections have jumped 50 percent over the last decade. Most of that rise can be attributed to cautious obstetricians, but Aubrey reports that 3 percent of mothers are getting C-sections by choice. Not only can a woman avoid a whole range of bowel and sexual complications, she can schedule that taxi weeks in advance.
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