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Plus, a look at Tuesday's primaries in California and New Jersey...NPR's Ron Elving and Ken Rudin bring you the latest in this week's roundup.
Don't think National Public Radio isn't on the bandwagon of state-run media that run oozy profiles that make the Obamas more friendly and personable than the Republicans. On Thursday's Morning Edition, NPR anchor Renee Montagne shared with the
As a safety demonstration, it was a heart-stopper: A Ford Taurus was seconds away from cruising through an intersection when suddenly a row of red lights pulsed on the lower windshield and a warning blared that another car was approaching fast on the
Follow share this story The power of art is something I have been a witness throughout my whole life. I have seen grown men brought to tears by 16 bars in a rap record, I have seen young people changed because a pen and paper gave them a voice, I
Journalists are said to love transparency, at least when it comes to other people. When it comes to others exposing reporters' own conflicts of interest and past histories, however, some take a decidedly different tone...Overby was senior editor at
June 4, 2012 Summer living is supposed to be easy school is out, the days are long, the traffic eases. But it's not all inner tubes and lemonade: Summer can throw us some curveballs, too...As part of our new Summer Science series, we'll turn to
Arts Art Review Jun 02, 2012 Tucked away beneath the southern base of the Golden Gate Bridge, the exhibition at Fort Point offers artists the opportunity to reveal anew our sense of the world's most iconic bridge...Critic Scott Tobias says the
The host of NPR 's On the Media, Gladstone makes what could have been a chewy book on media theory snooze more fun with the help of something unavailable at her day job: pictures.
NPR (5-29-12) ...Which presidential election in American history most resembles the coming election between President Obama and Mitt Romney and why?...Alf Landon , says Alison Dagnes, who teaches political science at Shippensburg University. "The
Among those who had a recent serious healthcare experience, nearly half said a lack of cultural understanding was a factor in their treatment. Host Michel Martin takes a closer look at the data for Hispanics with NPR's Richard Knox.