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  1. Japan's Suntory To Buy Maker Of Jim Beam, Maker's Mark

    The companies said the transaction is worth $16 billion and has been unanimously approved by both boards. It deal will create the world's third-largest maker of premium distilled spirits.
    News · NPR Story
  2. Takács Quartet plays Bartok at Carnegie Hall

    Boulder's beloved string quartet heads to New York for a national broadcast.
    Classical · Story
  3. Scrapbook of famed climber named Colorado's most treasured artifact

    This summer, state historians organized a vote to choose the state's most significant artifact. Winners were just announced.
    News · Story
  4. Syria's War Creates A Market For Artificial Legs

    Before Syria's civil war, there was no real need for a clinic that could teach the disabled how to walk on artificial legs. Now there's huge demand, not only for the legs, but also for training.
    News · NPR Story
  5. Sawmill Joe at OpenAir

    Here's a great session from our archives: last year we had Joe Cheves, aka Sawmill Joe in our CPR Performance Studio for an interview and performance.
    OpenAir · Story
  6. Supreme Court Halts Gay Marriages In Utah

    The order puts marriages on hold until an appeal is decided by the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. Utah has been allowing same-sex marriages since Dec. 20.
    News · NPR Story
  7. More Than 1 Million Americans Lose Unemployment Benefits

    Beyond drastically curtailing a safety-net for jobless workers, allowing the benefits to expire sets up a major political fight for the coming new year.
    News · NPR Story
  8. Amid Declining Popularity, The Tea Party Prepares To Fight

    It's been a year of influence, resilience and determination for the tea party. But not all of its actions were successful, and it faces political battles in year ahead — not just with Democrats, but also with the GOP.
    News · NPR Story
  9. Bad To Worse: Iran Deal Strains Obama-Netanyahu Relationship

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has emerged as one of the loudest international critics of the nuclear deal with Iran. It's just his latest clash with President Obama.
    News · NPR Story
  10. 'League of Their Own' Inspiration Didn't Mind A Dirty Skirt

    Baseball legend Lavonne "Pepper" Paire Davis was the inspiration for Geena Davis' character in A League of Their Own. In the 1940s, the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League put young women on the field at a time when they just didn't play ball. Davis passed away earlier this year at the age of 88.
    News · NPR Story

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