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Struthers raises about 4,500 pigs for meat every year. Kathleen Masterson/Iowa Public Radio hide caption

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Law

Ag-Gag Law Blows Animal Activists' Cover

3 min

Ag-Gag Law Blows Animal Activists' Cover

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Luis Alberto Urrea was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for nonfiction in 2005. Nicole Waite/Little, Brown & Co. hide caption

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Three-Minute Fiction

Round 8: She Closed The Book...

7 min

Round 8: She Closed The Book...

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Zieti's members and extended family in the band's early days. Left to right: Tiende Laurent, Gnakale Aristide, Michael Shereikis (in back) with wife Natasha and son Nicholas, Yeoue Narcisse and Alex Owre. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Music Interviews

Zieti: Amid Brutal Conflict, A Musical Friendship Survives

10 min

Zieti: Amid Brutal Conflict, A Musical Friendship Survives

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