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  1. Cellist And Conductor Allegedly Helped Russians Move Billions Of Dollars

    Russian musician Sergei Roldugin's name has emerged in the massive data leak known as the Panama Papers. He is allegedly at the center of his country's offshore banking activities.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  2. How Did A Celibate 82-Year-Old Buddhist Monk Contract HIV?

    His doctor injected him with a used syringe. Millions of people have contracted HIV, hepatitis and other diseases that way. The solution: a syringe designed to prevent reuse.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  3. This Thing Called Life: Prince Announces His Memoir In Style

    In the mood to reminisce, the music legend announced he was writing his memoir, to be published in 2017, at an event that also included a career-spanning performance.
    CPR's OpenAir · NPR Story
  4. Low Gas Prices Keep Inflation Down For Coloradans

    Overall, prices in Colorado and 12 other states fell 0.2 percent from October.
    CPR News · Entry
  5. Terry Schlenker shares two Masses for Double Choir

    The composer tells the stories behind one of his pieces and the music that inspired it.
    CPR Classical · Blog Post
  6. Weekend catch-up: A teen's college dreams, and six other stories you may have missed

    We covered another Colorado teen living in poverty, the Stanley Hotel's new hedge maze, driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants and more.
    CPR News · Story
  7. Colorado Drug Overdoses Up In Almost Every County And Ahead Of National Average

    "Rarely do we see a health metric that moves so quickly and is so widespread," said Tamara Keeney, a policy analyst at the Colorado Health Institute.
    CPR News · Story
  8. Obama Praises And Challenges Cubans In Speech In Havana

    In his history-making visit to the island, the U.S. president talked about Cuba's international contributions, and urged young people to build and benefit from a democracy.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  9. Congress Strikes Deal On 5-Year Transportation Bill

    For the first time in a decade, congressional leaders have reached a bipartisan agreement on a long-term bill to fix, maintain and expand the nation's roads, bridges, rails and mass transit.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  10. On The Rise: Workers' Desire For Raises Over Health Benefits

    A survey finds that the number of workers who say they would give up some health benefits to get a pay raise has increased to 20 percent from 10 percent in 2012.
    CPR News · NPR Story