Sony pulls "The Interview" amid terrorist threats, and NPR inspires white people to solve crimes.
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Is Jian Ghomeshi a broadcaster on NPR or a member of the "Star Wars" universe?
Stephen observes Rosh Hashanah by taking an apologetic call from Jeff Tweedy on the Atone Phone.
John Burnett discusses the wave of child immigrants and the violence plaguing their home countries.
Americans abuse the welfare system, and Andrew Bacevich supports mandatory national service.
A federal judge finds New York City's stop-and-frisk policy unconstitutional.
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During the debate, Mitt Romney scraps his two-year plan to cut taxes for the wealthy.
Terry Gross discusses her controversial interview with Bill O'Reilly.
Joe Biden's staff put a reporter in a storage closet, and the Libyan conflict is a turd sandwich.
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Sarah Vowell reports on Thanksgiving's more stirring and inspirational holiday counterpart.
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It's not that NPR isn't relentless in spreading its message, it's that NPR's message isn't political.
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NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre has a theory about Barack Obama's gun control-loosening legislation.
According to conservatives, a marginal tax increase on the rich is class warfare on the wrong side.
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