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For Some Asian-Americans, Calvin Trillin's Chinese Food Poem Is Unappetizing

A satirical poem in The New Yorker about Chinese food in the U.S. has left many Asian-American writers with a bad taste in their mouths.
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Panama Papers Leak Is The Result Of Unprecedented Media Collaboration

NPR's Ari Shaprio interviews Gerard Ryle, director of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Ryle coordinated with over one hundred media organizations around the world to read and analyze the 11.5 million files from the Panama Papers leak.
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First Mention: Susan Stamberg Celebrates 45th Anniversary At NPR

Our "First Mention" feature salutes Susan Stamberg on her 45th anniversary at NPR. She began as a production assistant on April 5, 1971 and was first heard on air in June 1971.
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Being A Journalist In Veracruz, Mexico, Is A Very Dangerous Profession

Drug traffickers and a repressive state government make Veracruz one of the deadliest places for journalists in Mexico. Most now shun hard-hitting reporting, but still risk abduction and murder.
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Don Cheadle's Miles Davis: The Latest 'Badass' Black Man On Screen

Don Cheadle personifies jazz genius Miles Davis in his new film Miles Ahead. Badass black men rarely show up as leads in mainstream movies.
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What Is — Or Should Be — Media's Role In Donald Trump's Rise?

There has been a lively debate in political and media circles about the extent to which Donald Trump's rise has been fueled by news media.
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Trump Calls Into Radio Show; Host Is A Member Of #NeverTrump Movement

Steve Inskeep talks to Charlie Sykes, who hosts a conservative talk show on WTMJ-AM in Milwaukee. He's also a member of the Never Trump movement, but he got an on-air call recently from Donald Trump.
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For This Off-Field Dispute, The Orioles And Nats Have Called In A Mediator

The long-running television dispute between the two Major League Baseball teams is heading to mediation.

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President Obama Chides Media For 2016 Election Coverage

The president decried the media's role in and responsibility for the current political climate — and this campaign — at a journalism award dinner Monday night.
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Controversy Over Media Coverage Of The 2016 Presidential Race

Journalists are taking heat for being too easy on Donald Trump and too hard on Bernie Sanders. In the age of Twitter and Facebook, the role of political journalism has changed and become more polarized. Diane and a panel of guests discuss political reporting on the twenty-sixteen presidential race.

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