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'Benito Cereno,' by Herman Melville, Part Two
By VOA21 September, 2018We present the second of three parts of the short story "Benito Cereno." It was written by Herman Melville.Last we...
'Benito Cereno,' by Herman Melville, Part One
By VOA14 September, 2018We present the first of three parts of the short story "Benito Cereno." It was written by Herman Melville. Here is...
'The Devil and Tom Walker,' by Washington Irving
By VOA07 September, 2018Our story today is, "The Devil and Tom Walker. " It was written by Washington Irving. Here is Shep O'Neal with ou...
'A Retrieved Reformation,' by O. Henry
By VOA31 August, 2018We present the short story "A Retrieved Reformation," by O. Henry. The story was originally adapted and recorded by t...
US Supreme Court Rules Same-Sex Marriage Is Legal in 2015
By Kelly Jean Kelly26 August, 2018The Supreme Court often looks at a major social issue over a series of cases. In the late 1990s and early ...
'Transients in Arcadia' by O. Henry
By VOA24 August, 2018We present the short story "Transients in Arcadia," by O. Henry. The story was originally adapted and recorded by the...
'The Cop and the Anthem,' by O. Henry
By VOA17 August, 2018We present the short story "The Cop and the Anthem," by O. Henry. The story was originally adapted and recorded by th...
'Hearts and Crosses,' by O. Henry, Part Two
By VOA10 August, 2018We present Part Two of the short story "Hearts and Crosses," by O. Henry. The story was originally adapted and record...
Is Burning the American Flag Legal?
By Kelly Jean Kelly05 August, 2018The United States constitution guarantees a number of rights to U.S. citizens. One of the most famous is t...
'Hearts and Crosses,' by O. Henry, Part One
We present part one of the short story "Hearts and Crosses," by O. Henry. The story was originally adapted and recorded by the U.S. Depart...
'The Last Leaf,' by O. Henry
By VOA27 July, 2018Our story today is called "The Last Leaf." It was written by O. Henry. Here is Barbara Klein with the story.Many artist...
Roe v. Wade Aimed to Settle Dispute About Abortion. It Didn't.
By Kelly Jean Kelly22 July, 2018Roe versus Wade is one of the best known Supreme Court cases.The issue is whether a healthy woman has a righ...
'The Caliph, Cupid and the Clock,' by O. Henry
By VOA20 July, 2018We present the short story "The Caliph, Cupid and the Clock" by O. Henry. The story was originally adapted and recorded...
Mixed-Race Marriage Illegal in the US Until 1967
This case goes all the way back to the 1691. At that time, the colony of Virginia said people of different races could not get married. Rest...
'Pecos Bill,' An American Folk Tale
By VOA06 July, 2018Today we tell a traditional American story called a "tall tale." A tall tale is a story about a person who is larger th...
'The Blue Hotel,' by Stephen Crane, Part Four
By VOA29 June, 2018We present the fourth of four parts of the short story "The Blue Hotel," by Stephen Crane. The story was originally ada...
What Happens If You Are Arrested in the US
By VOA24 June, 2018If you have ever watched an American crime show, you know about this Supreme Court case. Listen to what the police office...
Can the Media Criticize Government Officials?
By Kelly Jean Kelly10 June, 2018Clashes between the media and government officials are nothing new.One clash goes back to 1960, when The New...
'Athenaise' by Kate Chopin
Our story today is called "Athenaise." It was written by Kate Chopin. Here is Barbara Klein with the story.Louisiana BayouAthenaise went a...
What 'Separation Between Church and State' Means
By Kelly Jean Kelly27 May, 2018One of the things the United States is known for is a separation between church and state. But those exact wo...
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