Behind The Stories

NPR In The News: A News Year Edition

Just one month into the New Year, the country has seen no shortage of major news stories.

To help dissect some of the top headlines of 2013, a few NPR journalists took a turn on camera in a round of television appearances. Watch what they had to say below:

- Morning Edition Host Steve Inskeep joined the Sunday Roundtable on ABC News' This Week to break down the President's inaugural speech and preview his second term agenda.

- The group also discuss the next steps for Congress in the immigration reform.

- On MSNBC's UP with Chris Hayes, NPR Sports Correspondent Mike Pesca gave remarks on the risks of repeat head injuries in football players.

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- NPR White House Correspondent Ari Shapiro spoke about forecasts for President Obama's second term in a spot on NBC's Nightly News with Brian Williams (starts at 1:58).

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