The Two-Way
7:35 am
Tue March 20, 2012

'All My Dreams Are Buried Under A Pile Of Dust Now,' Says Grieving Afghan

Afghan villagers prayed last week at a ceremony for the 16 victims of what officials say was an attack by a U.S. Army soldier.
Allauddin Khan AP

Along with the latest news about the U.S. Army staff sergeant who allegedly murdered 16 Afghan civilians on March 11, we want to note this heart-breaking quote from a man who says he lost almost all his family in that massacre:

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Monkey See
7:24 am
Tue March 20, 2012

Cheaper Clothes And Shorter Stories: On Soaps, Strange 'Days' Indeed

Peter Reckell as Bo Brady and Kristian Alfonso as Hope Williams Brady: still at it after all these years.
Mitchell Haaseth NBC Universal

It's not easy being one of the last soaps standing, as Neda Ulaby reports on today's Morning Edition. For fans, the shuttering of iconic shows like All My Children and Guiding Light has upended routines that, for some, date back to childhood. When I was in high school, my soap of choice was Days Of Our Lives, which Neda says has changed a lot since that era — well, it's changed and it hasn't.

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Mary Clark, Traveler
7:20 am
Tue March 20, 2012

Mary Clark, Traveler Episode 33

Mary is headed to Arizona.  Don't forget Sedona!

The Two-Way
6:45 am
Tue March 20, 2012

Trayvon Martin Killing: Federal Officials Will Try To Calm Racial Tensions

  • Mark Simpson on 'Morning Edition'

Here are some of the latest developments in a story that has captured attention across the nation and raised again the issue of race relations in America — the killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla., last month:

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The Two-Way
6:10 am
Tue March 20, 2012

Dozens Killed By More Bombings In Iraq; 'Deadliest Day' In A Month

The scene in Ramadi, capital of Iraq's Anbar province, after a bomb exploded there today.
Azhar Shallal AFP/Getty Images

Another wave of bombings in Iraq killed dozens of people today and wounded about 200 in more than a dozen cities and towns.

According to The Associated Press, it's the kind of violence "officials had dreaded in the run-up to a Baghdad meeting of the Arab world's top leaders, which the government hoped would showcase the nation's stability." That summit is scheduled for next week. As the AP adds:

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The Scorpion's Honey
5:00 am
Tue March 20, 2012

The Scorpion's Honey : The Transformation

The Scorpion's Honey is a collection of short stories by author Otrovo Gomas.
http://www.longarmwranch.com/

Season 2 of the Scorpion's Honey kicks off with a strange tale of Chlorophylcanthropy?

Instructor Charged with Sexual Assault
5:00 am
Tue March 20, 2012

Kung Fu Instructor Sentenced

 

A Dallas-area kung fu instructor who sexually assaulted one of his female students in 2004 has been sentenced to eight years in prison.

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Judge Sides with Scammed Investors
5:00 am
Tue March 20, 2012

Investors Get a Win Against Stanford

 

Investors have won a legal victory against R. Allen Stanford, who orchestrated a massive Ponzi scheme that cost them billions of dollars.

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Ambulance in Accident during Emergency
5:00 am
Tue March 20, 2012

Waco Ambulance in Accident

 

Due to an ambulance flipping on a rain-slickened Waco highway this weekend, a driver will likely be cited for traveling at an unsafe speed.

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Irving Hotel has Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
5:00 am
Tue March 20, 2012

Boiler Failure Causes Poisoning

According to Irving fire officials, five members of an Oklahoma family were sickened from carbon monoxide while they stayed at a Dallas-area hotel.

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