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Two-Minute Drill: Former Redhawk Dylan Dodd Scheduled to Make Major League Debut for Atlanta on Apr. 4
Former Southeast Missouri starting pitcher Dylan Dodd is scheduled to make his Major League Baseball debut with the Atlanta Braves when he will start against the St. Louis Cardinals on Apr. 4.
The conspiracy theory alleges that a shadowy global elite conspires to control the world's population, in part by forcing them to eat insects. It's being cited by politicians in several countries.
Pope Francis opened the celebration Mass in St. Peter's Square on Palm Sunday, presiding at his first ceremony after his hospital stay for bronchitis.
NPR's Scott Detrow speaks to Debashis Chanda about his groundbreaking research on structural paint, featured in WIRED magazine.
NPR's Scott Detrow speaks with the anonymous digital artist who goes by "Claire Silver" about the use of artificial intelligence in artistic creations.
People from across the country reacted differently to the historic indictment of former President Donald Trump.
NPR's Scott Detrow talks to Jessica Chen Weiss from Cornell University about the rising tension with China as Taiwan's president visits the United States.
NPR's Scott Detrow talks to Carrie Johnson and Domenico Montanaro about what comes next after former President Donald Trump's historic indictment and what we can expect from his expected arraignment.
Focus on Southeast: SEMO University's Sesquicentennial Events and a Visit to the Archives of Kent Library
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