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thisamericanlife.org — This week we return to one of our favorite themes: This Week! All of the stories in the show are things that have taken place in the last seven days. We've got our own take on the big, national stories of the week but we also turn a searchlight across America and find the smaller, more personal and more spectacular stories that most of us never hear.
foliosociety.com — (1802 - 1870) The son of nobles and slaves Like a character in one of his novels, Alexandre Dumas was born to a great noble family, now fallen into poverty. Dumas' grandfather was the Marquis Alexandre-Antoine Davy de la Pailleterie, a noble in pre-revolutionary France who had defied the conventions of the era and married a French-Haitian slave - Marie Louise Césette Dumas.
npr.org — So often, we take water for granted. But it's not always where we need it, or there when we need it. Two rivers on opposite sides of the country - the Chattahoochee in the South and the Klamath in the far West - may provide lessons for the inevitable and growing dispute over how we manage our most precious resource.
nytimes.com — TEHRAN - Iranian officials spent Saturday tallying the votes the nation's presidential election, with a surge of interest in the contest apparently swinging the tide in the favor of the most moderate candidate in the field.
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