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Afghan war victim Shah Bibi Tarakhail uses her new prosthetic arm to paint during a private session with artist Dayvd Whaley at Galerie Michael in Beverly Hills, Calif., Wednesday, April 2, 2014. Shah Bibi, a 7-year-old Afghani who lost her arm after picking up a grenade, received a new prosthetic arm at Shriners Hospital for Children and will be heading back home to her family on April 8, though she will return to Southern California in coming summers for additional medical procedures, including receiving a prosthetic eye.
Afghan war victim Shah Bibi Tarakhail uses her new prosthetic arm to paint during a private session with artist Dayvd Whaley at Galerie Michael in Beverly Hills, Calif., Wednesday, April 2, 2014. Shah Bibi, a 7-year-old Afghani who lost her arm after picking up a grenade, received a new prosthetic arm at Shriners Hospital for Children and will be heading back home to her family on April 8, though she will return to Southern California in coming summers for additional medical procedures, including receiving a prosthetic eye.
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Today on the show, we'll begin by talking about what happens to the constituents when a senator is scandalized. Then, we announce the winner of this year's Public Radio Bracket Madness. Plus, an Afghan girl who lost arm in war learns to paint in Los Angeles, how accurate is HBO's 'Silicon Valley' when it comes to the tech scene? How do you make biking and taking the Metro cool? Plus much more.