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Blind From Birth, But Able To Use Sound To 'See' Faces

The area of the brain that recognizes faces can use sound instead of sight. That recent discovery suggests facial recognition is so important to humans that it's part of our most basic wiring.

The 3-Bird Turducken Has Nothing On This 17-Bird Royal Roast

The Frenchman who was the world's first restaurant critic launched the world's first serial food journal in 1803. To wow readers, he offered a recipe for rti sans pareil, the roast without equal.

Macon & Eggs: Local Reaction to Obama's Immigration Plan

On a special live edition, Leah Fleming and Charles Richardson invited listeners to watch their weekly discussion on the hot headlines.

Who's Dreaming Now? Obama Opponents Do A Weapons Check On Immigration

At the Republican Governors Association meeting in Florida, 2016 presidential contenders vied to be the most outraged. But here too, the focus was less on the policy than on the unilateral process.

Moderate Drinker Or Alcoholic? Many Americans Fall In Between

A study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds that 1 in 3 adults drinks excessively. That means eight or more drinks per week for women, and 15 or more drinks a week for men.

Colleges Straddle Line Between Assault Prevention And Victim-Blaming

When it comes to raising assault awareness among possible victims, figuring out what to say has been complicated for schools. Some that have tried have been criticized for putting the onus on victims.

Mama Stamberg's Cranberry Relish Put To The Test At Amish Market

A woman on the Eastern Shore of Maryland said she'd love to make and sell Susan Stamberg's mother-in-law's famous cranberry relish. Naturally, Stamberg had to inspect the operation and try it out.

One Gamer's Take On 'Gamergate'

Amid the concerns about the way the video game culture treats players from different backgrounds, one player has found hope, and common ground.