Her name was always one of my faves on NPR to repeat aloud after it's said. Right up there with "Sylvia Poggioli" and (especially the "Zwerdling" half of) "Daniel Zwerdling". It's Andrei Codrescu's accent I'd like to be able to don at any time, and, all 'round, my flat-out favorite NPR name is "Corey Flintoff." (Oooh, I could call my dog "Corey Flintoff.") Anyway, Chitra Ragavan left NPR a while ago, and guess what she's been up to lately? Expanding the story of Bush&Co's illegal surveillance within the U.S. for U.S. News & World Report. Check it out here: The Letter of the Law. Tagline: "The White House says spying on terror suspects without court approval is ok. What about physical searches?"