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'Fresh Air' Remembers 'PBS NewsHour' Host Jim Lehrer
01/27/2020 6:18 PM
Lehrer, who died Jan. 23, was a nightly figure on PBS news for more than three decades, and moderated presidential debates in every election from 1988 through 2012. Originally broadcast in 1988.
Hopi Tribal Members Face Lack Of Reliable, Affordable Fuel
01/27/2020 10:05 AM
Many are cheering the closure of a giant coal strip mine in Arizona, but thousands of Native Americans who burn coal for heat are scrambling. Alternative heat sources are scarce and expensive.
Canada Wins, U.S. Loses In Global Fight For High-Tech Workers
01/27/2020 10:00 AM
If there is a global war for tech talent, right now Canada is winning. And U.S. immigration policies are part of the reason.
'Franchise' Tracks The Rise And Role Of Fast Food In Black America
01/25/2020 10:24 PM
History professor Marcia Chatelain's new book tracks what she calls the hidden history of the relationships between the struggle for civil rights and the expansion of the fast food industry.
A Shortage In Tech Workers Drives Some U.S. Companies To Canada
01/25/2020 12:53 PM
Canada's tech industry is booming. At the same time, the Trump administration is making it harder to hire international workers, so U.S. companies are setting up shop north of the border.
'Chicago Tribune' Reporters Raise Alarm Over New Hedge Fund Owner
01/25/2020 12:53 PM
Veteran Chicago Tribune reporter Gary Marx talks to NPR's Scott Simon about a hedge fund's efforts to reduce staffing in the newsroom by offering buyouts.
At Least 2 People Killed In Massive Industrial Explosion In Houston
01/24/2020 4:36 PM
The blast was felt more than 30 miles away, knocking homes off their foundations and casting debris about half a mile. Police opened a criminal probe, though it's not clear what caused the explosion.
Gender Bias Reveals Consequences For Female Artists
01/24/2020 10:17 AM
Art by women and men is valued differently. Fine art by women, on average, is valued much less than men's pieces, and are routinely left out of major museums.
Pharmaceutical Executive John Kapoor Sentenced To 66 Months In Prison In Opioid Trial
01/23/2020 9:29 PM
His sentencing is the culmination of a months-long criminal trial that resulted in the first successful prosecution of pharmaceutical executives tied to the opioid epidemic.
Pharmaceutical Executive John Kapoor Sentenced To 66 Months In Prison In Opioid Trial
01/23/2020 9:29 PM
His sentencing is the culmination of a months-long criminal trial that resulted in the first successful prosecution of pharmaceutical executives tied to the opioid epidemic.
Drug Company Executive John Kapoor Sentenced To 66 Months Of Prison
01/23/2020 9:22 PM
In the first successful prosecution of a pharmaceutical executive linked to the opioid crisis, the founder of Insys and onetime billionaire John Kapoor was sentenced Thursday.
Tech Companies Take A Leading Role In Warning Of Foreign Cyber Threats
01/23/2020 9:22 PM
U.S. cybersecurity firms are making headlines with reports of online attacks by Russia and other foreign actors. Why are tech companies taking the lead, rather than the U.S. government?
Don't Be Like Jeff Bezos. Here's How To Keep Your Phone Safe From Hackers
01/23/2020 8:30 PM
The world's richest man and high tech mastermind Jeff Bezos allegedly was hacked by the crown prince of Saudi Arabia. What do you need to know to protect your phone from perhaps less royal attacks?
Some Hope Wildfires Will Change Australia's Relationship With Coal
01/23/2020 12:24 PM
Widespread bushfires are creating new calls to end the country's dependence on fossil fuels. But fossil fuel extraction is big business for Australia, the world's largest coal exporter.
'Washington Post,' 'National Enquirer' In Spotlight After Bezos Phone Hacking
01/23/2020 10:02 AM
The alleged hacking of Jeff Bezos' smartphone by Saudi Arabia puts the spotlight on the Bezos-owned Washington Post, which angered the Saudis, and the National Enquirer, which he accuses of blackmail.





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