NPR News: Counting Votes Or Counting Sheep?

Counting Votes Or Counting Sheep?
Dozens of members of Congress sleep overnight in their Capitol Hill offices. NPR’s Scott Simon has some suggestions for how to reform the system at least one critic has called “almost nasty.”12

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NPR News: Counting Votes Or Counting Sheep?

NPR News: A Visit To Topeka: Reflecting On Linda Brown’s Legacy

A Visit To Topeka: Reflecting On Linda Brown’s Legacy
Linda Brown, the 9-year-old old whose name was enshrined in the landmark 1954 Supremem Court ruling in Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka, died this past Sunday. She was 75.

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NPR News: A Visit To Topeka: Reflecting On Linda Brown’s Legacy

NPR News: Hot Agnostic Buns: A Proposal For A Pagan-Christian-Secular Easter Treat

Hot Agnostic Buns: A Proposal For A Pagan-Christian-Secular Easter Treat
Hot cross buns have been an Easter treat for centuries. But before that, pagans exchanged them as part of a spring ritual celebrating the four seasons or the phases of the moon. Can they morph again?

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NPR News: Hot Agnostic Buns: A Proposal For A Pagan-Christian-Secular Easter Treat