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A grandmother cries at the scene of her granddaughter's murder by suspected gang members in San Salvador.
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October 6, 2015 While covering gang violence in El Salvador, an NPR reporting team faced tough questions about how to get people's stories while protecting them from the potentially harmful repercussions of talking.
October 2, 2015 Also this week: What the Washington Nationals dugout clash between Jonathan Papelbon and Bryce Harper says about the culture of baseball.
Ellen Stofan (from left), chief scientist of NASA, and astronauts Samantha Cristoforetti, Serena Auñón and Cady Coleman.
September 15, 2015 The women plus NASA's chief scientist came to talk space exploration, women in STEM, and common misconceptions. Oh, and which foods they wished they had in space.
September 2, 2015 Joyce Slocum from Texas Public Radio and Jo Anne Wallace from KQED in San Francisco are joining as Member Directors and Fred Dust as Public Director
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August 1, 2015 At the height of the epidemic, Umaru Fofana was our guide — and a one-man solution system. This summer, he stopped by NPR's headquarters for a reunion with our Ebola reporting team.
June 9, 2015 The joint NPR/ProPublica probe found that the charity raised nearly half a billion dollars after the 2010 earthquake in Haiti but has little to show for it.
April 27, 2015 This unique opportunity for brands and agencies to learn from NPR, WNYC and WBEZ about one of the fastest-growing platforms for audio will be held on Wednesday, April 29th.
Ophira Eisenberg & Ingrid Michaelson, 2015
April 23, 2015 Indie pop star Ingrid Michaelson performs on her ukulele, turns on her Staten Island accent and covers a rewritten "Somebody That You Used to Know."
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April 13, 2015 Veteran media sales executive Gina Garrubbo named President and CEO of National Public Media (NPM), the leading national media representative for underwriting opportunities on NPR and PBS.
March 23, 2015 Sound was serious business for Bill Deputy, an audio engineer and All Things Considered technical director for many years. Deputy died Sunday at the age of 58.
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Michael Oreskes says that he admires NPR's reportorial muscle and that the network's greatest strength can be found in its ability to tell stories that listeners find compelling, accessible and absorbing.
March 19, 2015 Oreskes is a top Associated Press executive and former New York Times editor who has led newsrooms in such global centers as New York, Washington and Paris.
Elizabeth Jensen's three-year term as NPR's ombudsman is set to begin Jan. 26.
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January 12, 2015 Elizabeth Jensen, who has written extensively about public broadcasting, says she is keen to explain NPR's journalistic choices to the public and offer criticism when warranted.
December 9, 2014 Invisibilia, a glimpse into a world you can't see...
November 25, 2014 Kinsey Wilson was NPR's chief content officer when he was forced out last month by the network's new CEO, Jarl Mohn.
October 25, 2014 Two of journalism's greats died within a couple days of each other — Ben Bradlee and Frank Mankiewicz. NPR's Scott Simon remembers them for their shared gifts of charm, wit and street smarts.
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Washington fans watch their team during the second half of an NFL football game against Arizona on Sunday.
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October 14, 2014 NPR becomes the first large national news organization to back away from using a name that is a racial slur.
October 6, 2014 Kinsey Wilson "is widely credited with positioning NPR as a leader in the digital space," according to NPR's CEO.
Demonstrators gathered near Columbus Circle before the start of the People's Climate March in New York.
October 3, 2014 An email barrage was well-intentioned, but jumped to the wrong conclusions.
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The Morning Edition staff (and some colleagues), at NPR headquarters in Washington, D.C.
September 29, 2014 Who are the people who write the words and shape the sound you hear each day? Read about them.
September 24, 2014 Some web users are upset by the mystery of how comments are moderated. We try to help.
Captain Ron Johnson of the Missouri Highway Patrol speaks to media during a protest on West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson, Missouri.
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September 22, 2014 A break in the protests allows a look at complaints, and at a moving story that still reverberates.
September 4, 2014 Ellen McDonnell worked her way from overnight producer to overseeing all of the network's news programs. Her departure closely follows that of NPR's senior vice president for news.
This photo of children playing outside at a day care center in Norway appeared on the NPR.org version of the GlobalPost story.
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September 3, 2014 When are uncredited similarities disrespect or stealing?
August 21, 2014 An admission by a Los Angeles driver to buzzing bicyclists is purposefully left to stand on its own.
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