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July 27, 2012 Mitt Romney figures, why just create gaffes in the United States when I can do the same in Europe? But before he leaves he socks it to the president at the VFW. Also, a look ahead to Tuesday's Republican Senate runoff in Texas. And
Now, The Two-Way's not going to follow the Games minute-by-minute. For those of us in the U.S., NBC Sports has that kind of coverage ...It's using its variety of cable channels to air events as the Games continue through Aug. 12...For the best of NPR'
PBS President Paula Kerger admitted here this weekend she's disappointed that the network keeps having to defend its value to skeptics in Congress. Kerger was speaking to the semi-annual gathering of TV critics at a time when congressional critics
While she says she refuses to check on her weekly ratings, her audiences are markedly bigger than can cram into any lecture hall, Folkenflik said...Cable news channels sometimes treat academics gingerly, as fragile curiosities or even Ivory Tower
Jul 21, 2012 An armed gunman opened fire in a packed movie theater in Aurora, Colo., killing a dozen people, wounding scores of others, and inviting a national debate about gun laws and mental health policy. Truthdig's Robert Scheer, The Daily Caller'
NPR has come under fire from some Republican lawmakers who want to cut off all federal funding to the nonprofit media organization. Dana Rehm, an NPR spokeswoman, explained that in addition to being a national radio service, NPR is also a trade
July 20, 2012 Mitt Romney, under attack over taxes, Bain and outsourcing, is having a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad month. But he's still tied with President Obama in nearly every poll. Plus, we weigh in on potential veeps, Ron Paul and Sarah
House Republicans today released a preliminary spending bill that would slash more than six billion dollars from the budgets of the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services and Education.The draft bill also bans NPR member stations from using
NPR (7-13-12) In Rumor, Repression and Racial Politics , author George Derek Musgrove looks at the history of black elected officials being investigated for alleged wrongdoing. He examines the role of race in U.S. politics between 1965 and 1995. Some
Great ideas, minds have no age limit Posted July 17, 2012 at 3 a.m. Have a big idea that you think might make you the next Mark Zuckerberg? NPR has a contest that could be the steppingstone to greatness. All an entrant has to do is make a video