All Things Considered for Saturday, May 24, 2014

An exclusive state-by-state survey by NPR found that 49 states now allow or require criminal defendants to pay for their court-ordered electronic monitoring bracelets.
A shooting rampage Friday night near the University of California, Santa Barbara, has left seven dead and seven more injured. NPR's Arun Rath talks to KCLU reporter John Palminteri about the latest developments.

Where Will Credit Suisse's Fine Go?

This week, the Department of Justice handed Credit Suisse the largest criminal tax penalty ever. $2.6 billion is a lot of money, so NPR's Arun Rath asks the New York Times' Jessica Silver-Greenberg where it all goes.
Homelessness is not just an urban phenomenon. Desiree Wieczorek spent five months living in a makeshift camp with her family near the New York-Canada border. Then her school stepped in to help.
The NBA finals are just around the corner and the World Cup is weeks away. A. Martinez from member station KPCC joins NPR's Arun Rath to discuss the latest in sports news.
For every couple who posts and shares loving photos on social media, there's the scary question of what happens after a breakup. Carlos Watson, co-founder of, talks about the concept of a social media prenup.
Pulp Fiction introduced a number of now-legendary characters, including a very mysterious one: the Gimp. Who played that disturbing part? When he got the role, he was working on kids' cartoons.

A Few Words With Ennio Morricone

Learn how the 85-year-old composer got his start spoofing on John Cage, and hear his best impression of the coyote howl from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.
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