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Libyan Journalist: People In Benghazi 'Divided' Over How To Stop ISIS

NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with Omar al-Mosmary, a Libyan journalist based in Benghazi, about how life there is impacted by the Islamic State and other violent factions. He says half the city that was controlled by al-Qaida is now controlled by Islamic State. No one lives there except for fighters and their families. The residents who were living there have crowded into the rest of town.

Super Bowl-Winning Quarterback Ken Stabler Had C.T.E., Test Results Show

The late quarterback Ken Stabler was an anti-establishment icon playing in the very pro-establishment NFL in the 1970s. Now he's become an icon of a very different sort. Test results showed that Stabler suffered from C.T.E., the degenerative brain disease linked to repeated blows to the head. NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to Stabler's long time partner, Kim Bush.


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