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Every weekday for over three decades, NPR's Morning Edition has taken listeners around the country and the world with two hours of multi-faceted stories and commentaries that inform, challenge and occasionally amuse. Morning Edition is the most listened-to news radio program in the country.

Mon, Nov 30, 2015 -- 3:00am

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Nov 27, 2015
Instead Of Being Lunch, Goat Wins Over Tiger

A goat at a Safari Park in Russia was dropped into the Siberian tiger enclosure as lunch. But instead, it butted the tiger out of its sleeping space. The two are friends now and take daily walks.

Nov 27, 2015
Robots Are Being Taught How To Say 'No'

Researchers at Tufts University's Human-Robot Interaction Lab are teaching robots a technique teenagers long ago mastered:How to say no to an order.

Nov 27, 2015
Itzhak Perlman: I'm Not On The Stage To Walk, I'm On It To Play

Steve Inskeep continues his conversation with Itzhak Perlman, who was 13 when he performed on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1958. When he was four, Perlman contracted polio and has used crutches since.

Nov 27, 2015
Is There Room For Another Fitness Tracker? Texas Firm Is Counting On It

For startups the first holiday shopping season may help to make a business. Texas entrepreneur Peter Li has much at stake on Black Friday as he tries to gain a foothold in the wearable fitness market.

Nov 27, 2015
2 Weeks After Paris Attacks, France Holds National Day Of Mourning

France is paying homage to those who died in the terrorist attacks in a ceremony at a highly symbolic spot in central Paris. Politics has been put aside as the country unites to honor the lives lost.

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