Sunanda Pushkar's death was preceded by a very public Twitter feud about an alleged affair by her husband.
Eastern Kentucky is a place known as the poster child of the War on Poverty. When NPR's Pam Fessler traveled there to report, she was warned that people would be reluctant to talk because they were tired of being depicted as poor. Instead, she got an earful.
The shooting injured two fellow students. Police say teens may have been playing with a gun when it went off.
Under a deal mediated by a federal bankruptcy judge, a group of local and national foundations this week pledged more than $330 million to help Detroit's pension fund and protect the city's valuable art collection. Bio-chemical entrepreneur Paul Schaap is one of the donors; he speaks with NPR's Lynn Neary about the effort.
The new law prohibits almost any type of demonstration. The opposition has vowed to fight, calling for a big protest on Sunday.