Tuesday, June 25

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Huey Lewis's Old, Weird America

On the county fair and casino circuit with Huey Lewis, who at 61 is “part of a select fraternity of musicians who can draw a couple thousand people in dozens (if not hundreds) of middle-American towns … scattered throughout the country.”

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A Deadly Triangle

On the India-Pakistan proxy war in Afghanistan.

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Psychedelic Academe

Research into mind-altering drugs is back.

Monday, June 24

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Around Alone

The story of 1968’s Golden Globe, a race to see who could become the first sailor to circumnavigate the world solo without stopping.

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The Finish Line

The heroes of the Boston Marathon bombing.

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She Stole Another’s Identity and Took Her Secret to the Grave. Who Was She?

She was Becky Sue Turner, then Lori Erica Ruff. Now she’s Jane Doe.

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The Lyme Wars

The Lyme-disease infection rate is growing. So is the battle over how to treat it.

Sunday, June 23

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Willa Cather: A Hidden Voice

What the writer’s newly revealed letters mean for her long-debated legacy.

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Big Breaks for Blowjobs: The Dark Underbelly of the Miss USA Pageant

The investigation that brought down K2 Productions.

Saturday, June 22

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Hold My Life: Bob Stinson's Regrets

Seven years after being fired from The Replacements, their founding guitarist is an thirty-three-year-old unemployed line cook living amongst memories in Minneapolis. He would be dead within two years.