Guffran
(Kelly McEvers/NPR)
March 16, 2013

Letters to My Dead Father

Ten years after the U.S. invaded Iraq, NPR is taking a look back, revisiting people and places first encountered during the war.


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Pope Francis
(Andrew Medichini/AP)
March 14, 2013

In Argentina, New Pope Has Many Supporters, And A Few Critics

The 266th pope, and the first ever from Latin America, has one lung, rides the subway, reads Dostoevsky and has been described as both a moral compass and a silent accomplice to Argentina's former Dirty War leaders.


Pope Francis
(Andrew Medichini/AP)
March 13, 2013

Argentine Jorge Bergoglio Elected Pope Francis

Argentine Jorge Bergoglio was elected pope Wednesday and chose the papal name Francis, becoming first pontiff from the Americas and the first from outside Europe in more than a millennium.


Chief Illiniwek
(John Dixon/AP)
March 13, 2013

U of I Student Court Hears Chief Illiniwek Case

A student Moot Court on the University of Illinois’ Urbana campus heard oral arguments Wednesday in a case related to the U of I’s former symbol, Chief Illiniwek.


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