Oscar Pistorius stunned the world when he ran on prosthetic legs in the 2012 Olympics, then shot his girlfriend dead months later. NPR's Scott Simon asks John Carlin about his new book on the athlete.
A half-century after such shows were banned by the Castro government, rehearsals are underway for a Spanish-language production of the rock musical Rent.
Miriam Moskowitz was convicted of conspiracy during the Red Scare. Now the 98-year-old wants to clear her name — and warn others of what happens when fear fuels persecution.
It doesn't sound very remarkable: Baseball team signs star. Reporter gets scoop. Reporter tweets news. Except the reporter is 13-year-old Devan Fink. He tells NPR's Scott Simon how it happened.