Will Oldham is among the most celebrated singer-songwriters in the country, but chances are you haven't heard of him. That's because he doesn't record under his own name, but under a series of pseudonyms — his latest, and most well known, is Bonnie "Prince" Billy.
Oldham sings mostly sad songs, with a truly tragic song thrown in every now and again for good measure. And we were thinking: Who's the singer he's least like? We settled on Doris Day. We'll ask Oldham three questions about the sweet-faced, sweet-voiced singer of the '50s and '60s.
A label on a package of Tide laundry detergent packets warns parents to keep them away from children. Nearly 250 cases of illness from such packets have been reported to poison control centers this year.
Something that looks good enough to eat can sometimes turns out to be a really big mistake.
Take those small, brightly colored single-use packs of laundry detergent that are becoming popular. To a curious toddler or small child, they look like candy.
But once inside childrens' mouths, the tempting packs can burst, releasing a concentrated blast of irriitating detergent. Already this year there have been at least 250 cases of illness from the packs reported to poison control centers across the country.
On the campaign trail, Mitt Romney singled out former Florida Governor Jeb Bush for his leadership on changing the way Americans look at education. Bush, out of office for five years, talks about the issue's importance. But he and his policies do have their critics.
After a compressed National Basketball season due to a labor lockout, the playoffs have been full of exciting basketball. Robert Siegel talks with sportswriter Stefan Fatsis about the NBA conference semifinal matchups.