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A Spicy Take On An Old Standby: This Ketchup's Ripe For Return

Jul 22, 2014 (All Things Considered)

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When life gives you tomatoes, make ketchup. With those fruits of the vine in high season, All Things Considered reaches into the archives for an heirloom tomato ketchup recipe, which produces a spicy sauce you'll likely not to find anywhere else.

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Newark Police Placed Under Federal Microscope For Rampant Misconduct

by Sarah Gonzalez
Jul 22, 2014 (All Things Considered) — After a lengthy investigation, the U.S. Justice Department has found that the Newark Police Department, the largest in New Jersey, has frequently violated residents' civil rights and engaged in unreasonable use of force. Sarah Gonzalez of WNYC reports that the department will be placed under federal oversight.

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Obama's Health Care Law Has A Confusing Day In Court

Jul 22, 2014 (All Things Considered) — The Affordable Care Act received conflicting rulings in federal courts Tuesday. One U.S. appeals court tossed out an IRS regulation governing subsidies, while another three-judge panel issued unanimous verdict saying just the opposite.

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The Polish Case For Tougher Russia Sanctions

Jul 22, 2014 (All Things Considered) — In the wake of the Malaysian airliner's downing, many Europeans are now calling for tougher sanctions against Russia. Among them is Radek Sikorski, Poland's foreign minister, who explains to Robert Siegel why the West should ratchet up sanctions.

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The 1954 Elvis Presley single "You're a Heartbreaker," recorded at one of the singer's early sessions at Sun Studio. (Getty Images)

Inside The Sun Records Sound, A Marvel Even Today

by Christopher Blank
Jul 22, 2014 (All Things Considered)

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"When he heard the jukebox, and the way the jukebox kind of echoed in the room, he thought, 'This is how people want to hear music. They want to hear it with a little bit of fantasy around it.'"

Matt Ross-Spang, a recording engineer at Sun Studio in Memphis, says he's still astounded at the signature sound created by founder Sam Phillips. Take an audio tour of the room where Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Howlin' Wolf made some of their earliest recordings.

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