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'Annoying Music' Host Leaves 'Magnificent Obsession' Behind

Jim Nayder, host of Chicago Public Radio's The Annoying Music Show and Magnificent Obsession, died this week. Weekend Edition Saturday host Scott Simon remembers his good friend.
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War Correspondent's Unflinching 'Diary Of A Very Bad Year'

NPR's Kelly McEvers found herself crying unpredictably during the Arab Spring, when friends were being kidnapped and worse. Why do otherwise intelligent people risk their lives to report on conflicts? In a new hourlong radio documentary, she turns the mic on herself to search for an answer.
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What [BLANK] Folks Don't Understand About Rachel Jeantel

The past week has seen many reactions to the testimony of a 19-year-old witness in the George Zimmerman trial. And the responses are anything but black and white.
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How To Prove You're Not A Racist

Celebrity chef Paula Deen went into damage-control mode this week after admitting to using racial slurs. How do public figures make the bad news go away and set out on the road to redemption? Public image experts weigh in.
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SEE: The 'New Yorker' Cover That Has People Talking

Bert and Ernie — yes, Sesame Street's Muppets — have been thrust yet again into the gay marriage debate.
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U.S. Army Restricts Access To 'The Guardian' Website

The British newspaper was the first to publish recently leaked information about top secret U.S. government surveillance programs.
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Tina Brown's Must-Reads: On Media, The People, And Strife

The editor of The Daily Beast returns to recommend three compelling reads on the topic of the stories media tell about conflict in the world around them — and the surging force of social media, which increasingly sets the storytelling agenda.
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Google Reader Replacement Race: Feedly And Digg Reader Make Waves

Days before Google pulls the plug on its Reader RSS feed service, reality is sinking in for longtime users. And the market for free or low-cost replacements is growing, as Digg says its new reader is now ready. Other companies report a burst of new customers.
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Is It Ethical? Universities Pay Newspaper For Coverage

The Orange County Register in Southern California recently started devoting weekly sections to local universities, after the paper approached the schools to fund the sections. Critics say it's a breach of ethics, while supporters say journalism needs to find new ways to pay for itself.
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Analysis: Mikulski Engaged In Military Sexual Assault Debate, Calls For More Accountability

David Hawkings, of Hawkings Here for Roll Call, has the latest on the military sexual assault debate and how the rape case at the Naval Academy affects the issue.

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