Adam Davis, an adjunct professor in Pittsburgh, taught eight science classes at three colleges, and has met with the United Steelworkers to talk about unionizing.
Jordan Patrick Austin Teklay emancipated himself from his mother, with whom he was constantly at odds, at the young age of 15.
Days after the Boston Marathon bombings, Magomed Imakaev’s seven-year-old daughter asked him a question that he didn’t know how to answer: “Dad, did you hear that the two bombers were Chechen?”
Nick Flynn, a poet and writer who grew up in and around Boston, reads a poem about the Boston Marathon.
Malcolm Brady, former assistant director of the ATF, tells host Dick Gordon about the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, and how they dug into the rubble to get the frame of the van that carried the explosives - and identify who put it there.
Radio Rookies reporters Ephraim Fromer and Temitayo Fagbenle interview Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly.
We hear from Nicholas Peart, who has been stopped by the New York City Police Department three times, and is one of the young men behind a lawsuit against the department’s “Stop and Frisk” policy.
The New York City basketball courts where the best players in the country make pilgrimages to play.
Photographer Tara Israel explores her family’s history on Staten Island’s North Shore.
We hear from 93-year-old Sam Eaton, a lobsterman off the coast of Maine.
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