A translators journey through Darfur In the summer of 2003 Daoud Hari fled as government helicopters and armed horsemen attacked his village in Darfur. Several family members died in the assault. He wanted the world to know what was happening.5:50 p.m.
Dinosaurs to roam in St. Paul A theatrical show featuring dinosaurs that has toured all over the world for the past year is coming to St. Paul this summer.5:56 p.m.
National Public Radio Stories
Olympic Relay Highlights China's Public Image Crisis
Recent riots in Tibet and protests along the Olympic torch relay route have evolved into China's worst public relations crisis since the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre. Beijing is caught between the need to look tough at home and conciliatory abroad.
Transplanted Author Finds Roots in Writing
Jhumpa Lahiri's new collection of short stories, Unaccustomed Earth, focuses on a subject the author knows intimately: Bengali-Americans struggling to make sense of their adopted homeland.
Clinton Rejects Petraeus' Call to Slow Troop Pullout
As Gen. David Petraeus answered questions from a Senate panel about the status of the war in Iraq, Sen. Hillary Clinton suggested it's time "to begin an orderly process of withdrawing troops." The Democratic presidential hopeful discusses her approach to Iraq and her push to woo superdelegates with Michele Norris.
Superdelegate Role Complicates Re-Election Bid
Pennsylvania Rep. Jason Altmire is an uncommitted superdelegate facing a tough re-election battle in November. Regardless of which Democratic presidential candidate he ultimately supports, Altmire worries he will alienate constituents.
Recording Shows Tribune Owner Zell's Fiery Side
Tribune Co. owner Sam Zell is like a bull in a china shop. Meeting with staffers at the company's Washington bureau, Zell refers to journalists as "overhead" and suggests the days of the newspaper as "a holy monopoly" are over.
No End in Sight to Sadr City Battles
Fresh fighting in the Baghdad slum of Sadr City puts new strains on an already fragile cease-fire ordered by radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. U.S. casualties are mounting as fighting spreads.
Film Documents Rape of Women in Congo
Documentary filmmaker Lisa Jackson traveled to the Congo in 2006 to investigate the systematic rape of tens of thousands of women. She discusses her film, The Greatest Silence, which debuts Tuesday on HBO.
Nerves Fray as Zimbabwe Awaits Election Results
Zimbabweans are increasingly tense and frustrated as they wait for results of the March 29 presidential vote. Opponents of President Robert Mugabe, who has held power for 28 years, suspect fraud.
Letters: Picking an NCAA Winner
We update a conversation with a math student at the College of Charleston who helped create an algorithm that correctly predicted the outcome of Monday's NCAA men's basketball championship.