Morning Edition for May 1, 2013
May 1, 2013 — The Bangladesh garment factory collapse that killed hundreds made supercheap clothing destined for American stores. Research shows customers will pay more for safely made clothes, but only to a point.
May 1, 2013 — Consumer Reports found that turkey meat that came from birds raised without antibiotics was significantly less likely to harbor antibiotic-resistant bacteria, compared with meat from conventional turkeys that were given antibiotics. But turkey producers contend that they use antibiotics judiciously to help keep their flocks healthy.
May 1, 2013 — As victims of the Boston Marathon bombings leave the hospital or prepare to, their stories are beginning to pour out. Celeste Corcoran and her daughter, Sydney, both suffered grievous leg injuries. Their accounts give a fuller toll of the attack and the challenges that lie ahead.
May 1, 2013 — Dr. Gregory McGriff, a black doctor in a largely white community, says gaining his patients' trust requires him to spend more time and "communicate a little bit more" than his white colleagues. He says that disparity, while seeming unfair, has helped to make him a better doctor.
May 1, 2013 — Frank Deford's friend "the Sports Curmudgeon" reflects on some of the things that bother him about the sports world.
Apr 30, 2013 — Stream the band's new EP, and hear the drummer and founding member's thoughts on longevity, epitaphs and iTunes.