Jul 9, 2013 — Have you ever found yourself in the library or a bookstore, about to go on vacation, with no idea what books to bring? NPR's Lynn Neary talks to three book critics about the best reads of the summer.
Feb 9, 2010 — When young African-American men showed up at Boston City Hospital with knife and gunshot wounds, most were thought to be thugs or drug dealers. But Dr. John Rich took time to interview these victims and found out what was really behind their injuries.
Aug 5, 2008 — Just hours before he died last month, Samuel Snow finally got his wish. The Army formally apologized to the World War II vet and affirmed his honorable discharge. NPR's Tony Cox speaks with journalist Jack Hamann, author of On American Soil, and Lashell Drake, granddaughter of one of the exonerated veterans.
Dec 22, 2005 — Aaron J. Klein talks about his new book, Striking Back: The 1972 Munich Olympics Massacre and Israel's Deadly Response. It's about the secret, 30-year campaign to track down the killers of Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics, which was led by a secret Mossad unit, code named Caesarea.
May 22, 2005 — In 1944, an Italian prisoner of war was found hanged at a U.S. Army base near Seattle. The trial of three black soldiers that followed was the Army's longest during World War II. Jack Hamann's new book says it ended in a miscarriage of justice.