Morning Edition for February 14, 2013
Feb 14, 2013 — How antitrust regulators decide whether to block a merger.
Feb 14, 2013 — In fashion's first hackathon, developers had just 24 hours to build an app for the industry — the finalists will be presented on the runway at New York's Fashion Week. "Right now the industry could really use some innovation," says Decoded Fashion founder Liz Bacelar.
Feb 14, 2013 — Forty years ago, New York enacted tough laws in response to a wave of drug-related crime. They became known as the Rockefeller drug laws, and they set the standard for states looking to get tough on crime. But a new debate is under way over the effectiveness of such strict sentencing laws.
Feb 14, 2013 — It began like a typical Bollywood story. Boy meets girl in pre-independence India. They fall in love. Her family says no way. So one night, she escapes. NPR commentator Sandip Roy recounts how his great-aunt jumped off a moving train for love, and went on to have a happy 60-year-long marriage.
Feb 12, 2013 — The Roxy Music singer gives his classic songs a jazz makeover on his new album, The Jazz Age.