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Letters: Life After Survival, Signing Up For SNAP, MOOCs

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The NBA Has An Openly Gay Player: What Changes?

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Is Time Real?

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Op-Ed: Did Boston Law Enforcement Drop The Ball?

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Nina Totenberg's signature style of legal affairs reporting has been described as the "creme de la creme" of NPR. In 1991, her groundbreaking report about law professor Anita Hill's allegations of sexual harassment by Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas led the Senate Judiciary Committee to reopen Thomas' confirmation hearings to consider Hill's charges. Courtesy of Nina Totenberg hide caption

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