NPR's John Burnett interviews Mel and Barbara Micah, who evacuated from Bellaire, Texas, which is southwest of Houston, on Monday. NPR has interviewed dozens of flood victims, and listeners are curious to know how they're doing now.
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NPR Ombudsman Elizabeth Jensen, NPR Standards and Practices Editor Mark Memmott and Poynter Institute's Bob Steele chat during a panel discussion hosted by Colorado Public Radio.
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Deputy assistant to President Trump Sebastian Gorka participates in a discussion during the Conservative Political Action Conference on Feb. 24 in National Harbor, Maryland.
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The rundown board, like this Morning Edition one shown during Hurricane Sandy, displays the schedule of segments which make up each NPR show. When big news breaks, the planned rundown may be changed completely.
In this August 2015 file photo, plants burned in the Rocky Fire are shown near Lower Lake, Calif. NPR's environment and climate change reporting encompasses related topics such as wildfires, drought, and other natural disasters.
Former NPR science correspondent (and now host of Science Friday) Ira Flatow interviews a few penguins while reporting from Antarctica in 1979. NPR's environment reporting has increased and expanded greatly since.