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Fresh Air for February 1, 2014

Ann Patchett is an award-winning novelist and memoirist. Her other books include Truth & Beauty, The Magician's Assistant and Run. Heidi Ross/Courtesy of Harper hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Ann Patchett, Ray Didinger And A Country Dilemma

Fresh Air Weekend: Ann Patchett, Ray Didinger And A Country Dilemma

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Fresh Air for January 31, 2014

Billie Jean King, seen here in 1977, learned to play tennis on the public courts near her Long Beach, Calif., home. Kathy Willens/AP/Press Association Images hide caption

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Pioneer Billie Jean King Moved The Baseline For Women's Tennis

Pioneer Billie Jean King Moved The Baseline For Women's Tennis

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Fresh Air for January 30, 2014

Fresh Air for January 29, 2014

Jonathan Steele, owner of Bluegrass Kitchen, fills a jug with bottled water from a tank he installed in the back of his Charleston restaurant. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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How Industrial Chemical Regulation Failed West Virginia

How Industrial Chemical Regulation Failed West Virginia

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Fresh Air for January 28, 2014

A boat skims through the melting ice in the Ilulissat fjord in August 2008, on the western coast of Greenland. Steen Ulrik Johannessen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Entrepreneurs Looking For 'Windfall' Cash In On Climate Change

Entrepreneurs Looking For 'Windfall' Cash In On Climate Change

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