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Arts & Life

Shepard Fairey: Inspiration Or Infringement?

The Associated Press has threatened to sue the artist who created the iconic "Hope" poster of Barack Obama for copyright infringement, but Shepard Fairey says his work is protected under the principle of "fair use."

Shepard Fairey: Inspiration Or Infringement?
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World

Dexter Filkins: No End In Sight In Afghanistan

The New York Times foreign correspondent Dexter Filkins reports that the Taliban are waging an increasingly aggressive campaign in Afghanistan — a fact evidenced by a 40 percent increase in Afghan civilian deaths in 2008.

Dexter Filkins: No End In Sight In Afghanistan
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Health

Liza Mundy: Multiple Births 'Changing Our World'

Washington Post staff writer Liza Mundy discusses how multiple births are affecting parents, their babies and society. Mundy is the author of Everything Conceivable: How Assisted Reproduction Is Changing Our World.

Liza Mundy: Multiple Births 'Changing Our World'
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Politics

Jane Mayer Details Obama's 'Hard Cases'

Journalist Jane Mayer expects that an upcoming Supreme Court case will force the Obama administration to clarify its policy towards fighting terrorism — and define its stance on preventative detention of suspected terrorists.

Jane Mayer Details Obama's 'Hard Cases'
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Performing Arts

Ted Chapin: Reviving R&H's Ambitious 'Allegro'

A new recording of Allegro, a 1947 musical by Rodgers & Hammerstein, has just been released on CD. Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization President Ted Chapin joins Fresh Air to discuss the musical.

Ted Chapin: Reviving R&H's Ambitious 'Allegro'
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Arts & Life

Unraveling The Mystery And Talent Of Dennis Potter

David Potter's gripping, enigmatic writing for TV made him one of British culture's defining figures from the 1960s through the 1980s. Critic-at-large John Powers reviews the new DVD collection Dennis Potter: 3 to Remember.

Unraveling The Mystery And Talent Of Dennis Potter
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