Robert Siegel Robert Siegel is senior host of NPR's award-winning evening newsmagazine All Things Considered.

Oregon Shooting Dredges Conversation On Guns Back To Surface

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Care To Watch A Million Animals Migrate? Just Stream It

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Evan Bonham is a senior majoring in recorded music at New York University Tisch School of the Arts. Alex Welsh for NPR hide caption

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The Perks Of A Private College (Hint: It's Not The Cost)

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Nancy Chen chose to go to community college at Montgomery College. On Monday nights, she works for the Rockville Volunteer Fire Department. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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Time Versus Debt: Why These Students Chose Community College

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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks to the graduates of the Boys and Girls High School in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn in New York. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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New York City Mayor Goes All-In On Free Preschool

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The Quintessential College Experience, Without The Big Bills

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Algerian writer and journalist Kamel Daoud's new book, The Meursault Investigation, reworks Albert Camus' The Stranger. Bertrand Langlois/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Novelist Kamel Daoud, Finding Dignity In The Absurd

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In Merkel's Uncomfortable Moment, A Glimpse Of Germany's Difficult Decisions

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Remembering The 4 Marines Who Died In Chattanooga Shootings

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The hood ornament of a 1955 Chevy Belair. Under new more liberal policies instituted in Cuba the past few years, the owner, Julio Alvarez, started a restoration shop and named the car Nadine. Its baby-pink counterpart is named Lola. Eyder Peralta/NPR hide caption

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Nostalgic Cars: Sour Automotive Fruit Of Cuban Embargo Gets New Life

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A view of one of the oldest parts of Havana. The buildings in the city tell a story of inequality. Eyder Peralta/NPR hide caption

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A Fraying Promise: Exploring Race And Inequality In Havana

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Cuban artist Tania Bruguera poses for a photograph near the statue of José Martí in Havana's Revolution Plaza. She was arrested in December for planning a political performance there. Eyder Peralta/NPR hide caption

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In Havana, A Journey Into The Forbidden With A Provocative Artist

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Yoan Francisco, a rookie for the Havana Industriales, warms up before a game at Havana's Latin American Stadium. Cuban baseball has been facing hard times, but improved diplomatic relations with the U.S. have raised the possibility of increased cooperation and new opportunities. Eyder Peralta/NPR hide caption

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With Improved Relations, Are The U.S. And Cuba Ready To Play Ball?

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Remembering NPR's Bill Deputy, A 'Guardian Of Sound'

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The Havana studio of prominent artist Kcho is ringed by Cubans with their heads buried in screens. Users say the only other free Internet connection in Havana is at the U.S. Interests Section. Eyder Peralta/NPR hide caption

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An Object Of Desire: Hope And Yearning For The Internet In Cuba

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