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NPR在线收听:Under U.K. Law, Jail Time For Psychologically Abusive Partners2015-12-31
A new law in the United Kingdom aims to help people trapped in an abusive marriage, even without physical abuse. The legislation makes it illegal for spouses to psychologically bully their partners.
NPR在线收听:War Crime Investigations Among France's Release Of Vichy Documents2015-12-31
During World War II, the Vichy regime helped Nazi Germany deport 76,000 Jews from France. Robert Siegel talks to Robert Paxton about France opening up police and ministerial archives from the regime.
NPR在线收听:Draft Of CDC's New Prescribing Guidelines Stirs Debate2015-12-31
Since 1999, prescription opioid sales have quadrupled in the U.S. Now, as the country faces an epidemic of prescription drug abuse, doctors are divided over how much prescriptions are the problem.
NPR在线收听:Startup Aims To Give Classical Musicians An Online Bump2015-12-31
For classical musicians, it's difficult to sell their work online because of how the music is tagged on apps like Spotify. A tech startup in Nashville is trying to change that.
NPR在线收听:2 Willful Leaders Heighten Tensions Between Russia, Turkey2015-12-30
Near the end of this year saw a collision between the headstrong leaders of two powerful countries: Russia and Turkey. There are worries that a Russo-Turkish feud could escalate.
NPR在线收听:Inmate Allowed To Compete In TV's 'Voice Of Georgia'2015-12-30
Prison officials allowed her to compete under armed guard, according to the BBC. And though she did not win the contest, the country's prisons minister announced she was being released on parole.
NPR在线收听:Tornado Victims In North Texas Recall Train Sound As They Sought Shelter2015-12-30
At least 11 people died when tornadoes plowed through North Texas on the night after Christmas. At least eight of them were killed when a tornado picked their vehicles off a highway east of Dallas.
NPR在线收听:Buying A New Car Can Trim Your Carbon Footprint, But There's More To It2015-12-30
If you drive an older, less efficient vehicle, ever think about swapping it for a new, more efficient one? It's a good way to reduce your carbon footprint. But there are a lot of factors to consider.
NPR在线收听:Latest Chicago Police Shooting Ramps Up Calls For Mayor To Step Down2015-12-30
About 100 people gathered Sunday outside the home where police shot and killed two people early Saturday. The Cook County medical examiner's office has listed the manner of both deaths as homicides.
NPR在线收听:Paid Family Leave Gains Ground For Private, Public Sector Workers2015-12-30
This was a big year in paid leave policies, especially among private firms. Some cities and states also passed bills to expand parental leave ahead of Congress, which is considering the Family Act.
NPR在线收听:Investor Hindsight: Lego Sets Are Better Than Gold2015-12-30
Looking over investment opportunities since the millennium, The Telegraph newspaper reports that gold brought in an annual average return of 9.5 percent. Lego sets returned an average of 12 percent.
NPR在线收听:Experts Explain Why 2015 Is A Warm One For Earth's Climate2015-12-30
This Year will likely be the hottest year on record. Climate change is partly to blame, but so is El Nino. That's the weather pattern from the Pacific that affects weather in the America's as well.
NPR在线收听:As Justice Department Opens Investigation, New Police Shootings In Chicago2015-12-29
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with WBEZ reporter Linda Lutton to give us the latest on the Chicago police shootings.
NPR在线收听:Stuck In A Brooklyn Shelter, Mother Of 3 Struggles To Find A Home2015-12-29
Shakira Crawford, a single mother in New York City, struggles to find a landlord who will accept her city voucher to pay rent. Mirela Iverac from member station WNYC reports.
NPR在线收听:Auto Industry Poised To Wrap Up A Blockbuster Year2015-12-29
Amid falling gas prices and easy access to credit, auto dealers sold a record number of cars and trucks in 2015. The last few weeks of the year may be one of the best times to get a deal.
NPR在线收听:A Closer Look At Obama Administration's Controversial Deportation Plans2015-12-28
The Obama administration is facing criticism for its deportation policy in the new year.
NPR在线收听:The Cybersecurity Argument For And Against Device Encryption2015-12-28
Government officials argue that encrypted communication poses national security risks. But tech companies say that making it possible to unlock devices would make the tools less secure for everyone.
NPR在线收听:Taking Back An Iraqi Territory From ISIS Control2015-12-28
Iraqi forces are engaged in battle for Ramadi, trying to drive out ISIS fighters that overtook the Iraqi city earlier this year. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks with Alice Fordham about the offensive.
NPR在线收听:The Biggest Threats To Birds And How You Can Help2015-12-28
It's not easy being a bird. There are windows, cell towers, wind farms, habitat destruction and especially cats. NPR's Linda Wertheimer speaks with Talkin' Birds host Ray Brown about avian dangers.
NPR在线收听:Why Food Poisoning Outbreaks Appear To Be On The Rise2015-12-28
A second E.coli outbreak at the Chipotle has food safety experts perplexed. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks to reporter Joanne Silberner about why it's been so hard to identify the contamination source.
NPR在线收听:Tree Counter Is Astonished By How Many Trees There Are2015-12-28
How many trees are there in the world? Some scientists are working on a new estimate.
NPR在线收听:2015 In Music: Playlist Refreshers2015-12-28
NPR's Linda Wertheimer likes Buddy Holly and Bill Haley, so Stephen Thompson brings her playlist up to the present day with songs from Leon Bridges, the Alabama Shakes, Elle King and Sleater-Kinney.
NPR在线收听:How Director David O. Russell Discovered 'Joy'2015-12-28
NPR's Linda Wertheimer speaks with director David O. Russell about his new comedy Joy, starring Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper.
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