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NPR cancels 4 podcasts amid major layoffs

NPR moved this week to cut 10% of its staff and stop production of a handful of podcasts, including Invisibilia, Louder Than a Riot and Rough Translation.

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NPR cancels 4 podcasts amid major layoffs

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NPR cancels 4 podcasts amid major layoffs

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Paul Rusesabagina looks on as he sits with some of his co-accused at the Supreme Court in Kigali, Rwanda, on Feb. 17, 2021, where he denied charges of being associated with an armed group. On Friday, the Rwandan government said it commuted his sentence. Simon Wohlfahrt/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Paul Rusesabagina, 'Hotel Rwanda' hero, released from prison

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The Queen's Cartoonists perform at the Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown, PA on November 22, 2019. Lindsey Theong/The Queen's Cartoonist hide caption

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The Queen's Cartoonists: Where jazz meets animation and hints of musical circus

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Soprano Jessye Norman left a number of recordings in the vault at the time of her death. Now some of them have been released for the first time. Decca Archives hide caption

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The voice of Jessye Norman soars again in trove of unreleased recordings

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