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All Things Considered for March 28, 2021

The GO FlyEase, Nike's first hands-free shoe, hinges open and closed, so the wearer just needs to slip their foot in and push down in order to put it on. Nike hide caption

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Nike Accused Of 'Using Disability' To Hype New Hands-Free Sneaker

Nike Accused Of 'Using Disability' To Hype New Hands-Free Sneaker

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All Things Considered for March 27, 2021

The suspect accused of killing 10 people at a Colorado grocery store this week follows a deadly pattern among mass shooters: 98% of perpetrators are male. Helen H. Richardson/MediaNews Group/Denver Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Why Nearly All Mass Shooters Are Men

Why Nearly All Mass Shooters Are Men

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Syrian-American pianist and composer Malek Jandali, photographed on May 16, 2015 in Dubai. Karim Sahib/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Composer Malek Jandali Considers Syria's Civil War, A Decade On

Composer Malek Jandali Considers Syria's Civil War, A Decade On

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