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  • This Is How Much the Internet Knows About You

    Note to Self

    We used online data to see into some public radio personalities' souls, and asked them whether our findings were true. Meet a new "communications advice" app called Crystal Knows.

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  • Millions in Limbo After President Obama's Immigration Action Blocked

    The Takeaway

    On Tuesday, a federal appeals court denied a request from the Justice Department that would have allowed President Obama's executive action on immigration to go into effect.

  • NYC Tackles Its ‘Warehouse’ Jail System

    The Brian Lehrer Show

    New York City is one of 20 cities receiving grants as part of the MacArthur Foundation's Safety and Justice Challenge, aimed at reducing local jail populations.



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  • 'Liars' and 'Bums': FIFA Officials Arrested on Corruption Charges

    The Takeaway

    A strike against the governing body of soccer goes way beyond a yellow card.

  • Penn State Bounces Fraternity For 3 Years Over Nude Photo Scandal

    Penn State has shut down the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity chapter for three years, after an inquiry over a Facebook group page that collected pictures of nude women uncovered other transgressions.

  • David Wildstein: “A Great Boss”

    The Christie Tracker Podcast

    MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki remembers his days working for the man at the center of Bridgegate.

  • Officials to Release Hurricane Season Forecast

    Hurricane season officially runs June 1 through Nov. 30. But this season's first storm, Tropical Storm Ana, came ashore in North Carolina earlier this month

  • When Race and Drugs Intersect, Children More Likely to Enter Foster Care

    An NJPR investigation found that black children in New Jersey are more than twice as likely as white children to be taken away when parental drugs are involved.

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    New Tech City got a new name! We're now called Note to Self. And we're glad you're here. 

  • A Hopeful Study... Debunked

    On The Media

    A study found a short conversation with a gay person could make people more open to marriage equality, and the media reported it as a hopeful sign. But the findings were faked.

  • Live Video Apps Like Periscope Make Life Even Less Private

    Morning Edition

    Video cameras are everywhere — from those in smartphones to security cams. And just when you thought it couldn't get harder to hide, live-streaming video apps are raising new questions about privacy.

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