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Monday, June 2, 2008

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  • Kennedy's Surgery Goes Well, Doctors Say
    Doctors at Duke University Medical Center say they're satisfied with the results of three hours of brain surgery on Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, who has a dangerous, malignant brain tumor. What was involved in the operation?
  • Quake Offers Opening to Chinese Civil Groups
    Civil, religious and social groups in China are helping meet the needs created by the devastating earthquake in Sichuan province. If such groups are empowered, what becomes of the government control China's leaders favor?
  • The Legacy of Gen. William Odom
    The death of Gen. William Odom means the loss of a man who served as a senior intelligence officer in both the Carter and Reagan administrations. Former National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski reminisces about his former colleague.
  • FBI Cracks Down on Gangs at L.A.'s MacArthur Park
    The LAPD and FBI have teamed up to target the gang stronghold in a Los Angeles park. Federal agents are able to pay more for informants and provide more intelligence surveillance and wiretaps — resulting in fewer murders.
  • Henry Butler Brings New Orleans to NPR
    Blind since birth, the New Orleans piano wizard embraces all of the bluesy musical styles of his native city, as well as the classical training of his youth. He gives an interview and performance in NPR's Studio 4A.
  • New Indian Cricket League Prospers
    In India, all eyes were on Sunday's final of the new Indian Premier Cricket League. The league plays a modified form of cricket, full of Western sports influences, but it has been a commercial success.
  • Letters: Nightmare Experiences
    Listeners weigh in on an interview with dream expert Kelly Bulkeley — and share their own experiences with bad dreams.
  • Democrats Near End of Wild Primary Run
    The final Democratic primaries of the 2008 campaign take place Tuesday in Montana and South Dakota. It has been a tumultuous contest for Sen. Barack Obama, Sen. Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party.
  • Site Splits Democratic Vote Six Ways
    How do you count popular vote totals for the Democratic primary candidates? The political Web site Real Clear Politics offers six different totals — and three of six favor Sen. Hillary Clinton. Managing Editor John McIntyre explains the tabulations.
  • Priest Snubs Lawyer over Obama Endorsement
    Conservative lawyer Douglas Kmiec was denied communion recently at a mass connected with a gathering of Catholic business people. The priest denounced Kmiec's endorsement of Sen. Barack Obama, then refused to give Kmiec communion.

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