The Opinion Page Every Monday, Talk of the Nation hosts a live discussion with the author of a provocative op-ed from the Sunday papers. The audience is encouraged to read the commentary each week at npr.org and call or e-mail during the show with questions and comments.
Opinion Roundup: Edward Snowden And The NSA Leaks
Op-Ed: Midnight Meals Are Key To Military Morale
Navigating Silicon Valley As A 'Woman Programmer'
Op-Ed: How Favoritism Is Driving Minority Unemployment
Op-Ed: Did Boston Law Enforcement Drop The Ball?
Big Op-Ed: Shifting Opinions On Surveillance Cameras
Op-Ed: What Exhumation Means For A Legacy
Op-Ed: The Nonexistent Line Between Justice And Revenge
Op-Ed: The Iraq War's Lessons For Syria
Op-Ed: The Battles Ahead Over Driverless Cars
Op-Ed: March Aside, College Basketball Has Lost Its Madness
Op-Ed: We Need More Aaron Swartz-Style Hacktivism
Op-Ed: There's An App For Everything, And That's A Problem
Op-Ed: It's Time To Raise The Minimum Wage
Op-Ed: It's Time To Recognize The Valor Of Cyber Warriors
Big Op-Ed: When Private Comments Go Very Public
The Role For The U.S. In The East China Sea Dispute
A 'Permatemp' Economy: The Idea Of The Expendable Employee
The Big Picture: The Takeaway From 'Django Unchained'
Op-Ed: To Close The Achievement Gap, Don't Lower The Bar
Opinion Roundup: Obama's National Security Nominations
Op-Ed: We The People Should Throw Out The Constitution