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Extreme Altruists

How far do you go to honor the Golden Rule, to "do unto others"? Chances are you don't go nearly as far as the people profiled in journalist Larissa...

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The Table Comes First

As you're putting together your Thanksgiving meal, we're talking to The New Yorker's Adam Gopnik about his latest book, The Table Comes First. Gopnik...

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The Real Story of the Pilgrims

In a new documentary for the PBS series American Experience, filmmaker Ric Burns tells the tale of a small group of extreme people whom history and...

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Don Quixote

Today, Don Quixote is regarded as one of the most important novels ever written. But when it debuted 400 years ago, Miguel Cervantes' book was deemed...

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Wonder Woman

Great girdle of Aphrodite! Friday, historian Jill Lepore joins Doug to tell the story of Wonder Woman, who she calls the "missing link" in the women's...

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Homosexuality and the LDS Doctrine of the Family

The LDS Church recently made headlines with new guidance for lay leaders in dealing with same-sex couples and their children. Critics call it a step...

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A Conversation with Gretel Ehrlich

The writer Gretel Ehrlich first visited Greenland in 1993. She's made many trips to the Arctic since then and she's noticed the slow death of its ice....

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What ISIS Really Wants

In March, the journalist Graeme Wood joined us to put the Islamic State under the microscope. What is it? Where did it come from, and what does it want?...

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The Road Not Taken

"Two roads diverged in a yellow wood . . ." Those are the first words to Robert Frost's poem "The Road Not Taken." One hundred years after their...

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The Rise of Sneaker Culture

Shoe historian Elizabeth Semmelhack says there's a stereotype that footwear is somehow a woman's domain. But consider this: in 2014, men's athletic...

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