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NPR Names Veteran Media Executive John Lansing As Its New CEO

John Lansing will succeed Jarl Mohn as NPR's next CEO. Lansing is currently chief executive of the government agency that oversees Voice of America and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, among others.

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Can President Trump Really Tweet A Highly Classified Satellite Photo? Yep, He Can

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Eleven-year-old Ella Koehler, of Seattle United soccer club, heads the ball at a practice on the University of Washington campus. It's the first year she and her teammates of the same age can use the technique. A 2015 rule by the U.S. Soccer Federation banned heading for kids ages 10 years old and younger. Tom Goldman/NPR hide caption

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Women's Soccer Stars Concerned About Trauma From Repetitive Head Impact

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Thinking of You Lord Echo

Joan Shelley's latest album, Like The River Loves the Sea, is out now. Amber Estes Thieneman/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Joan Shelley Admires The Beauty In All The Fading

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There's a Light Bushy
GoGo Dirtwire

Leonardo Diaz lives in Los Angeles and drives for Uber and Lyft. He says he misses employee health and paid leave benefits he used to receive when he worked as a valet. Courtesy of Victor Cuevas hide caption

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Gig Work With Benefits: California May Expand Employee Perks To Contract Workers

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Independence Day Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau
Pet Sounds The Beach Boys
Toad Lick East Forest

Opera star Placido Domingo, 78, rehearsing onstage in Orange, France in July. Christophe Simon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Report: 11 More Women Accuse Plácido Domingo Of Sexual Misconduct

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Red Eye The Album Leaf
Okay Holy Ghost!
Two Thousand and Seventeen Four Tet
Ligament Michael Brook

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The Voice That Shattered Glass

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They Cant Take That Away from Me (With Louis Armstrong) Ella Fitzgerald
SING, SING, SING (WITH A SWING) BENNY GOODMAN

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NPR Names Veteran Media Executive John Lansing As Its New CEO

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