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America's Test Kitchen Founder Chris Kimball Leaves Show

Wearing his trademark bow tie and round spectacles, Chris Kimball has hosted 15 seasons of America's Test Kitchen, one of public television's most popular programs.
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How Scientific Fact Informs Science Fiction

Tech Tuesday explores the complicated relationship between science fiction, popular culture and scientific fact.

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Is There A Hierarchy Of The Importance Of Death In The News Business?

A day before the Paris attacks, two suicide bombers killed more than 40 people in a crowded commercial district of Beirut, Lebanon. Did the news media cover each story equally?
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The Life And Work Of Broadcast Pioneer Richard Durham

Born in rural Mississippi, Richard Durham moved to Chicago as a child, where he grew up to become a journalist, dramatist, broadcaster, activist and speech writer in the age of Jim Crow.

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Conservative Pundits Wage War Of Words And Finger-Pointing

Fox News star Bill O'Reilly has used his show to go after a leading critic of his book on President Reagan: The Washington Post's George Will, who is also a Fox News contributor.
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Mizzou Professor Who Confronted Photojournalist Quits Journalism Appointment

Melissa Click was seen in a video asking for "muscle" to kick out a journalist from the scene of a protest. Click gave up her "courtesy appointment" at the prestigious School of Journalism.
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The Latest GOP Debate And The Role Of Televised Debates In The Election Process

Republican presidential contenders hold their fourth debate. We examine how the candidates did and discuss whether today's televised debates are serving voters and the democratic process.

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Analysis: At The University Of Missouri, An Unlearned Free Speech Lesson

When student protesters confronted journalists, some faculty members seemed to forget about the First Amendment, NPR's David Folkenflik says.
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Demonstrators Clash With Journalists At The University Of Missouri

After demonstrators catalyzed the resignation of two executives at the University of Missouri Monday, they did not want to talk to the press, leading to tense interactions between some demonstrators and members of the media.
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Racial Incidents, Student Protests And Resignations At The University of Missouri

The president of the University of Missouri system resigned and the chancellor of the university’s main campus in Columbia announced he's stepping aside. Their moves are in response to student protesters who charged that the university failed to adequately respond to recent racial incidents: racial tensions on campus and debate over a university administration's response.

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