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  • What to Do About Your Worst Work Enemy

    Money Talking

    It's a breeding ground for hatred and disgust toward your fellow man. It's the workplace, of course. Follow this fool-proof approach to fixing those broken office relationships.

  • Hillary Clinton's Private Email Account, Now in Public View

    The Brian Lehrer Show

    As emails from Clinton's time at the State Department are made public, people are looking at whether foreign nations tried to lobby the U.S. by donating to the Clinton Foundation.



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  • More Snow For the NYC Area

    A winter storm warning is in effect for New York City and Long Island through tonight. Between 3 to 6 inches of snow could fall in and around the city.

  • Two Tracks to Assisted Suicide

    A lawsuit seeks to redefine physician-assisted suicide in New York as supporters predict an uncertain path for legislation.

  • NYC Schools to Observe Two Muslim Holidays as Days Off

    After nine years, Muslim groups win their campaign to put Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Aha on school calendar.

  • Neighbors Tire of Checkpoint Charlie in Chinatown

    For 14 years, a four-block section of Park Row near Chinatown has been closed to traffic. Residents say it's time to open up.

  • Christie Aide Took Political Trip Before Exxon Settlement

    An explosive new allegation links one of Gov. Christie's top aides with a questionable environmental settlement with Exxon Mobil over 1,500 acres of contaminated land.

Arts and Culture

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  • 'American Crime': An Ambitious And Inventive Drama With Miles To Go

    It's hard to predict where the complex American Crime might be headed, but it's led by terrific performances and it's tearing into some interesting issues.

  • Arlene and Alan Alda on Growing Up In the Bronx

    The Leonard Lopate Show

    Arlene Alda's new book, Just Kids from the Bronx: Telling It the Way It Was, is a portrait of the Bronx from the early twentieth century until today.

  • 70 Years After Hitler's Death, Germany To Republish 'Mein Kampf'

    The new annotated edition of the book will mark the first time in decades that the text will be found in German bookstores.

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  • Winter Zen: Taking A Cue From Snow Monkeys

    Famous already for epic snowstorms, winter 2015 isn't done with us yet. Anthropologist Barbara J. King says she found much-needed calm in this film of Japanese snow monkeys coping with winter.

Tech and Media

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  • There's One Way to Actually Fight the Surveillance Machine

    New Tech City

    Security technologist Bruce Schneier, author of “Data and Goliath,” says you should stop feeling guilty about skimming the Terms of Service. Get mad instead.

  • Free Wi-Fi On Buses Offers A Link To Future Of 'Smart Cities'

    All Things Considered

    A new service in a Portuguese city not only provides commuters with free Internet connections but also helps collect data that make the municipality run more efficiently.

  • When Government Agencies Friend Tech Companies

    The Leonard Lopate Show

    Journalist Robert Scheer discusses how government agencies and tech corporations monitor virtually every aspect of our lives, and offers a defense of privacy and democracy.

Music for your day

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  • Watch Torres Perform On Soundcheck


    The powerful singer-songwriter previews songs from her new record, Sprinter live in the Greene Space.

  • Kim Gordon: Redefining The 'Girl In A Band'


    In her new tell-all memoir, the Sonic Youth co-founder reflects on her career in music and art, and her life after the end of her marriage and the band.

  • Why it Took 20 Years to Write Modest Mouse's New Single

    Studio 360

    Modest Mouse's Isaac Brock was inspired to write "The Best Room" when he experienced a UFO sighting 20 years ago.

  • Watch: Dan Deacon, In The Studio


    Watch the endlessly exuberant electronic musician perform songs from his latest album, Gliss Riffer, in the Soundcheck studio.

  • Emmy The Great: Elegant Pop And Poetic Wordplay


    Watch the Hong Kong-born, London-raised, Brooklyn based songwriter perform in the Soundcheck studio.

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