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  1. Doctor Yearns For Return To Time When Physicians Were 'Artisans'

    Dr. Abraham Nussbaum, author of a book examining the drive toward standardized quality measures and checklists, says he fears medicine is becoming just another job and not the calling it should be.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  2. When Time Behind Bars Cuts Addiction Treatment Short

    Most inmates lose access to medication-assisted treatment for addiction once they're incarcerated. Among prisons and jails that do offer such treatment, it's often restricted to pregnant women.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  3. Baltimore Police Officer Found Not Guilty In Freddie Gray Case

    Officer Edward Nero had faced multiple misdemeanors in connection with the arrest and subsequent death of Gray in April 2015.
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  4. The Judgment Of Paris: The Blind Taste Test That Decanted The Wine World

    Forty years ago, the top names in French food and wine judged a blind tasting pitting the finest French wines against unknown California bottles. The results revolutionized the wine industry.
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  5. New Denver Festival To Feature Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Courtney Barnett

    The event will take place in Denver's RiNo neighborhood on May 21.
    CPR's OpenAir · Entry
  6. Secret Service Shoots Armed Man Near White House

    After ignoring orders to drop his gun, the man was shot by a Secret Service agent outside a White House checkpoint on Friday afternoon. No other people were injured, according to the Secret Service.
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  7. Reviving Memory With An Electrical Current

    While still experimental, deep brain stimulation with implanted electrodes is being tested as a way to ease dementia in patients with Alzheimer's and other neurological conditions. Could it work?
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  8. Mindy Kaling's TV Character Is Called A 'Coconut'

    That's brown on the outside, white on the inside. A recent episode of 'The Mindy Project' lead our writer to think about her identity as an Indian living in America.
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  9. My 'Oriental' Father: On The Words We Use To Describe Ourselves

    President Obama recently signed a bill striking the term "Oriental" from federal law. It was a reminder for NPR's Kat Chow of the fact that her father still uses the word — to describe himself.
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  10. The Case Of The 3 Monkeys Is Tearing Twitter In Two

    Is it one monkey, hearing, seeing and speaking no evil? Or is it three separate monkeys, each displaying but a single virtue? Twitter icon @jonnysun asked his followers and caused a minor uproar.
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