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Songs On Site: John McCutcheon Does Rev. Pearly Brown

Davis Scott remembers how he used to walk blind street musician Rev. Pearly Brown from the bus station to radio station WIBB every Sunday and folk singer John McCutcheon covers Brown's signature tune in this Songs On Site.

Savannah's Baseball Team Is Moving To South Carolina

Savannah baseball fans are mourning the impending departure of the city’s minor league team.

Domestic Violence Charges Dismissed Against The NFL's Ray Rice

A felony charge was filed after Rice struck his fiancee while they were visiting Atlantic City, N.J., in February of 2014. Last May, he entered a one-year pretrial program.

'Fast-Track' Trade Authority Wins Key Test Vote In Senate

Lawmakers voted 62-38 to limit debate on a bill that would grant the authority to President Obama, marking a big step toward a new trade pact with 11 Asia-Pacific nations.

No Easy Fix For Augusta VA Hospital

The Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center in Augusta serves tens of thousands of veterans. It was also one of the first VA centers in the country accused of delayed care and long waits for appointments.

Pipeline Operator In Calif. Spill Reportedly Had History Of Infractions

Plains All American Pipeline had accumulated 175 safety and maintenance infractions since 2006, according to a Los Angeles Times report.

#MotorCityDrive: Is Detroit's Economic Engine Roaring Back To Life?

Michel Martin heads to Detroit for a live conversation with some of the creative forces fueling the Motor City's economy. She'll ask: What's driving Detroit's future now?

Rickie Lee Jones Embraces 'The Big Invisible'

Rickie Lee Jones talks about a song from her new album, The Other Side Of Desire, along with New Orleans, Fats Domino, courage, proof of God's existence, Guardians of the Galaxy and creation itself.

People In Poor Communities Are More Likely To Lose Eyesight

In some counties in the South, almost 20 percent of adults have severe vision loss. And those communities are also likely to be among the nation's poorest. Lack of regular eye care is just one issue.

Letterman Leaves Late-Night TV With A Near-Perfect Final Show

Late Show host David Letterman said goodbye Wednesday night with his trademark self-deprecating sarcasm. He left as he had arrived: with a hilarious show made on his own terms.