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'Car Talk' Brothers To Close Up Shop

Tom and Ray Magliozzi, aka Click and Clack the Tappet Brothers, the comedian mechanics who host NPR's Car Talk, are retiring this fall. Their weekly call-in series will continue to be distributed by NPR, drawing on material from their 25 years of show archives.
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'Car Talk' Guys Are Retiring, But Their Best Stuff Will Be Rebroadcast

Click and Clack — Tom and Ray Magliozzi — are stepping aside after 35 years. But their best stuff will still be on the air. NPR is keeping the show going. And the brothers will make occasional appearances on the air.
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Gary Knell (Rebroadcast)

NPR chief executive Gary Knell talks about the future of public radio.

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Barbara Walters Apologizes For Trying To Help Assad Aide

The aide had helped the journalist secure an interview with the Syrian despot Bashar Assad.
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Fixture In Talk Radio Handing Reins To Herman Cain

Neal Boortz is a fixture on radio and has hosted a talk show for more than 40 years. Now, the quasi-conservative host has announced he's stepping down and former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain will take over for him. Cain will start on inauguration day next year.
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Britain's Ad Authority Releases Most-Hated List

This week Britain's Advertising Standards Authority turned 50. To celebrate, it released a list of the 50 most-complained-about commercials in U.K. history. The one that generated the most viewer complaints was not about sex, violence or politics: It was a KFC ad in which the actors spoke with their mouths full.
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"The Invisible War"

A new documentary gives voice to the women--and men--who say the military culture and command structure tolerates sexual assault.

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