This is TELL ME MORE, from NPR News. I'm Michel Martin. In a few minutes we will remember the first American woman in space, Sally Ride. She died yesterday after a 17-month battle with pancreatic cancer. We will talk with two other trailblazing women in the space program in just a few minutes and they'll tell us about her life and legacy.
No one wants to be readmitted to a hospital, but it does beat one alternative: death.
As Medicare prepares to start punishing hospitals with higher than expected readmission rates, new government data show that some hospitals with high readmissions are actually doing a better job than most in keeping Medicare patients alive.
The team of searchers and scientists who were hoping to find pieces of aviator Amelia Earhart's plane off an island in the mid-Pacific report being "disappointed that we did not make a dramatic and conclusive discovery."
A Sinclair Community College professor is scheduled to appear in court today to face felony forgery charges. Clark County sheriff's deputies say computer information systems professor Diane Pencil used an old theft report to cover the loss of her work computer. College officials say they became suspicious when they learned the deputy named on the report was no longer employed.
Akron Police say one person is dead and two others were wounded after a shooting at a restaurant last night. Police say someone began shooting from outside of the Al Sanders Casual Dining Restaurant after that person was refused entry. Police have yet to release any other information.