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Academics and students say glorifying a Kashmiri separatist is free speech. But conservative supporters of Prime Minister Narendra Modi say "speech against our country" shouldn't be allowed.

Linda Wertheimer speaks with Eduardo Miranda and Elisa Bergersen about their project that enables paralyzed musicians to perform again through proxies.

Linda Wertheimer talks with The Washington Post's Terrence McCoy about brain-damaged Baltimore residents signing away lead poisoning settlement money. He just won a Polk award for his reporting on it.

Pope Francis turned heads this week with statements on birth control and same-sex marriage that seemed at odds with Church doctrine. Then he waded into a spat with Donald Trump.

In Pakistan, a stand-up comic is sharing the stage with another comedian from the old enemy, India. The comics believe laughter is the best medicine for their conflict-blighted region.

Italian author Umberto Eco died yesterday at the age of 84. We recall last year's conversation between the author and Scott Simon.

The spread of Zika is taxing Colombia's already over-burdened health care system.

Linda Wertheimer talks to Harper Lee's longtime friend Wayne Flynt about the late author. He will deliver Lee's eulogy.

Today: a funeral Mass for the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

As the late Supreme Court justice lay in repose on Friday, he was surrounded by his large family and nearly 100 former law clerks, and visited by all, from Obama to the court's blue-collar staff.

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