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Stories for May 25, 2013

Stunned By Military Sex Scandals, Advocates Demand Changes

May 25
Liz Halloran / NPR
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West Point alum Donna McAleer was at her Utah home last week when she got a call asking if she'd "seen the latest."

Protesters Across Globe Rally Against Monsanto

May 25
Associated Press
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Marches and rallies against seed giant Monsanto were held in San Diego, across the U.S. and in dozens of other countries Saturday.

Gals Who Grill: What Will It Take For Women To Man The Q?

May 25
Allison Aubrey / NPR

There's a lot of innovation in grilling -- everything from fancy briquettes to gadgets that help grill veggies to perfection.

Obama Keeps Distance From Torture Debate, At Least For Now

May 25
Tom Gjelten / NPR
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In his national security speech Thursday, President Obama discussed drone warfare and the Guantanamo detention camp. But a third controversial issue went largely unmentioned: the use of interrogation methods that are tantamount to torture.

'Please, No More Clothes': Okla. Asks For Monetary Donations

May 25
Pam Fessler / NPR
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The tornado that devastated much of Moore, Okla., has drawn loads of donations from across the country: food, clothing, medical supplies, toys. Much of it is needed by the victims, but not everything.