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NPR In The News: Glossy Edition

This edition of NPR In the News features some recent appearances of NPR journalists in the pages of popular magazines. Be sure and click through to the sites to find out more about the daring road trip Steve Inskeep is taking this summer and what tips Nina Totenberg and Audie Cornish have for young professionals:

Outside spoke with Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep about the Revolutionary Road Trip series. For the series, Steve and his team are driving from Tunisia to Libya and on to Cairo to see how the countries that staged revolutions last year are remaking themselves as they write new social rules, rebuild their economies and establish new political systems.

Steve Inskeep at the ruins of Carthage. i i

hide captionSteve Inskeep at the ruins of Carthage.

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Steve Inskeep at the ruins of Carthage.

Steve Inskeep at the ruins of Carthage.

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— In O magazine, legal correspondent Nina Totenberg is one of 17 accomplished women and men the magazine asked to write a letter of advice to their younger, 25-year-old selves. Shirley MacLaine, Whoopi Goldberg, Michael J. Fox and Katie Couric are among others sharing what experience has taught them.

Glamour asked All Things Considered host Audie Cornish to contribute to its Working Girl: The Assistant Diaries feature. Audie shares some thoughts on how to make the most of an entry-level position, along with CNN's Erin Burett, President of HBO Entertaiment Sue Naegle and Mandana Dayani, vice president of Rachel Zoe Inc. and a regular on The Rachel Zoe Project.

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