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Lawrence Walsh in 1988.
March 20, 2014 NPR's Nina Totenberg reflects on a man she met more than four decades ago. She learned to respect Walsh's judgement, even when it seemed a little wacky.
July 8, 2013 Nina Totenberg discusses an error she made in a recent story about the Supreme Court term.
Dan Charles delivers the commencement address at Goshen College.
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June 9, 2013 You know your favorite voices at NPR have book smarts, but read on to hear their advice about life beyond the mic for 2013 graduates.
March 1, 2012 When Nina Totenberg asked if someone was a "nutcase," listeners objected. Mental health experts say that so much of the language used by the media, and by all of us, stigmatizes people with temporary or chronic mental illnesses, affecting their ability to get jobs and housing. But can political correctness go too far?
October 26, 2010 In 1995, the NPR legal correspondent said then-Sen. Jesse Helms might want to rethink his position on AIDS research "because if there's retributive justice, he'll get AIDS." Critics say that's worse than what led to NPR's firing of Juan Williams.
May 6, 2010 NPR Personalities Spoof Lady Gaga. What more needs to be said?
November 18, 2009 Rahm Emanuel's name seems to bedevil news organizations. NPR recently made an unusual policy deciding to refer to him as Rahm Emanuel on the second reference rather than Emanuel. Other news organizations have struggled with this too.
August 27, 2008 Creative signage in downtown Denver.
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