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Soon after the terrorist attacks in Belgium, people created a makeshift shrine to the victims in a Brussels square. The city's archivists are documenting all the messages.

Jack Reynolds turns 104 on April 6th. To mark the occasion, and to raise money for charity, he's getting his very first tattoo. NPR's Scott Simon asks him about his late-in-life first.

Scott Simon talks with Councilmember Dan Garodnick about his support of a bill that would limit the movement of people in costumes in New York City's Times Square.

The college basketball season is winding down just as the Major League Baseball begins.

Pollster Celinda Lake says of Donald Trump: "He has been his own worst enemy with women. He's like your worst date ever--it just keeps getting worse and worse and worse as the evening goes on."

The fourth and final nuclear security summit is underway in Washington this week. But Vladimir Putin isn't there. And North Korea has thumbed its nose at the gathering by firing a cruise missile.

When a special coating was added to the opioid Opana, it deterred people from abusing the pills by crushing and snorting them. But some users soon learned how to prepare the pills for injection.

Before the Model 3 was even unveiled, people lined up at Tesla stores to put down a deposit. With a base price of $35,000, the car will go on sale late next year at the earliest.

There are limits to what the government can do, but it turns out that insurers look for ways to push police departments they cover to reduce risk.

When a man claiming to have on a suicide vest demanded to be flown to Cyprus this week, it wasn't terrorism as we know it. Instead, it was reminiscent of the skyjackings once commonplace in the U.S.




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