Ailsa Chang

Ailsa Chang appears in the following:

Zero-Sum Tactics That Built Trump Inc. Could Backfire With World Leaders

Wednesday, July 04, 2018

NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with David Honig, who teaches negotiations at Indiana University, on how President Trump has employed a technique called "distributive bargaining," and how that can backfire.

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On Independence Day, Minting Thousands Of New Americans

Wednesday, July 04, 2018

At a Fourth of July naturalization ceremony in New Hampshire, newly minted American citizens take the oath. They're among nearly 14,000 people across the country who are becoming Americans this week.

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America's Next Top Rest Stop: An App Compiles The Best Gas Station Bathrooms

Wednesday, July 04, 2018

Millions of Americans are hitting the roads for the holiday. With road trips come pit stops, and fuel price tracker Gas Buddy has compiled a list of the best bathrooms using user reviews.

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The Name Behind This Year's Most Popular Album? P.T. Barnum

Wednesday, July 04, 2018

The soundtrack to the movie The Greatest Showman is outselling Kanye West, Taylor Swift and Justin Timberlake this year. Critic Rob Harvilla reviewed the album for The Ringer and explains its success.

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Ex-CIA Director On National Security, Post-Truth 'Assault On Intelligence'

Monday, April 30, 2018

Michael Hayden's new book critiques the forces threatening the U.S. intelligence community, including President Trump, at a time he says the community's work has never been harder or more important.

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'Insane': America's 3 Largest Psychiatric Facilities Are Jails

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Alisa Roth's new book suggests U.S. jails and prisons have become warehouses for the mentally ill. They often get sicker in these facilities, Roth says, because they don't get appropriate treatment.

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In 'The New Face Of America,' Journalist Alex Wagner Saw Herself

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

In 1993, Wagner saw a computer-generated face on Time magazine that reminded her a lot of her own. The journalist searches for answers about her own ancestry in her new book, Futureface.

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'He Wants To Be Remembered': Tiny Desk Contestant Finds His Voice While Fighting ALS

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Bernie Dalton had a dream to make music, but when he was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease, he was even more determined.

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Basketball, Marijuana And Poetry: These Police Tweet More Than Crime Alerts

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

The Lawrence, Kan., police department's account has over 100,000 Twitter followers. It's well-known for tweets that use humor to reach its community.

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Runner Tells Herself 'Just Show Up For One More Mile' — And Wins The Boston Marathon

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Desiree Linden fought through wind and rain on Monday to become the first American woman to win the Boston Marathon since 1985. Her victory came after she nearly bailed out during the race.

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Pulitzer-Winning Photographer Made Charlottesville Photo On His Last Day On The Job

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Photographer Ryan Kelly, was just finishing four years at The Daily Progress when he captured the image of a car plowing into a crowd of counterprotesters in Charlottesville, Va.

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Chinese Dissident Finds Struggles, Independence In America After Immigrating

Thursday, March 29, 2018

Lauren Hilgers's new book Patriot Number One: American Dreams in Chinatown charts the journey of Chinese dissident Zhuang Liehong, who immigrates to Queens, N.Y., from his village in Guangdong, China.

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Parkland Shooting Survivor Discusses Newfound Activism To End Gun Violence

Friday, March 23, 2018

In advance of the "March for Our Lives" rally in Washington, Gabe Glassman, a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, and his mother, Lisa Glassman, discuss how they've changed since the shooting.

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Roxanne Shante Smells Her Flowers With 'Roxanne Roxanne' Biopic

Friday, March 23, 2018

The new Netflix film chronicles the rapper's early career.

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Tax Change Delivers A Blow To Professional Sports

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

The change of a single word in the 2017 tax overhaul means professional sports franchises could take a big tax hit each time they trade a player.

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From Clues To Capture: Forensics, Profiling And The Hunt In Austin

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Former FBI agent Mary Ellen O'Toole discusses the role of forensic and behavioral experts in catching a serial criminal in an investigation like the bombing probe in Texas.

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Do Ladies Need Their Own Scotch?

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

In a play on signature top-hatted man on Johnnie Walker scotch bottles, the company introduced the Jane Walker Edition. It's the latest example of seemingly gender-neutral products marketed to women.

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News Brief: Fusion GPS Wants Congressional Testimony Made Public

Wednesday, January 03, 2018

During the 2016 election, the firm put together a collection of unsubstantiated information about Donald Trump's ties to Russia. Plus, President Trump's tweets about North Korea and the Palestinians.

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News Brief: Iran Protests, White House 2018 Strategy

Tuesday, January 02, 2018

It's Day 6 of anti-government protests in Iran and the death toll is rising. And, President Trump boasted that 2018 was going to be very special, but he didn't specify what he wants to focus on.

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News Brief: North Korea's Nuclear Warning, Iran Protests

Monday, January 01, 2018

North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un warned the U.S. that his country's completed nuclear arsenal is a button-push away. And, anti-government protests have swept across Iran over the last several days.

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