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FSU Quarterback Jameis Winston Won't Be Charged With Rape
Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston, considered a Heisman Trophy front-runner, has been facing allegations that he assaulted a female FSU student in December 2012, prior to his college career. Winston's attorney has contended that his client had consensual sex with the woman.
Why Music Played An Important Role In Mandela's Life
Reene Montagne and Steve Inskeep report on the music that sustained Nelson Mandela and other members of the anti-apartheid movement while they were in a South African prison. Many of them were huge reggae fans.
Renee Montagne Reflects On Covering Mandela
Nelson Mandela was released from a South African prison in 1990. Steve Inskeep talks to Renee Montagne about her time covering South Africa in the early 1990s.
In Pakistan, Musharraf First Ex-Army Chief To Be Tried For Treason
For the first time in its history, Pakistan is poised to put a former president and army chief of staff on trial. A special court has been convened to hear allegations against General Pervez Musharraf. He's charged with committing treason after he suspended the nation's constitution in 2007 and declared a state of emergency.
Africans Sadden By News Of Mandela's Death
Tributes to Nelson Mandela have been pouring in from all over the world. South Africans are mourning the loss of the symbolic anti-apartheid leader. His leadership and legacy affected the entire African continent.
De Klerk On Mandela's 'Remarkable Lack Of Bitterness'
South Africa's last white-minority president was F.W. De Klerk. He and Nelson Mandela shared the 1993 Nobel Peace Prize for engineering the peaceful transition of South Africa out of white minority rule. Steve Inskeep and Renee Montagne have more on De Klerk's reaction to Mandela's death.
Remembering Mandela With A Man Who Served In Prison With Him
When Nelson Mandela was sent to prison 35 years ago, as a prisoner of apartheid, seven others were convicted with him. Renee Montagne talks to Ahmed Kathrada, who was just 34 when he stepped onto Robben Island with Mandela.
Forgiveness And Reconciliation, Mandela's Legacy
Former South African President Nelson Mandela has died at the age of 95. He had dedicated his life to ending the racially oppressive apartheid system and creating a democratic and inclusive South Africa.
The Last Word In Business
Steve Inskeep and Renee Montagne have the Last Word in business.
Value In Brazil's State Oil Company Drops
Brazil's state oil company Petrobras lost 15 percent of its market value this week — that's some $10 billion. Analysts predict more trouble ahead for the oil giant.