Corinne Dillon

Corinne Dillon appears in the following:

Hunger and Obesity: Two Sides of the Same Coin?

Thursday, June 08, 2017

The number of people in the United States who are "food insecure" has risen sharply in the past few decades, with 48 million Americans going hungry as of 2012.


The Big Business of The Obesity Crisis

Wednesday, June 07, 2017

"In the absence of doing something about the food marketing, particularly directed at children, it's going to be hard to do much about the obesity epidemic."

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Japan's Abe Comes to Mar-a-Lago

Friday, February 10, 2017

Japan prime minister Shinzo Abe comes for summit to discuss US-Japan relations, will stay at Mar-a-Lago for meetings.


Got Trust? Exploring Faith and Suspicion in the 21st Century

Friday, November 25, 2016

Many Americans have lost trust in U.S. institutions, politicians, and the media. In this special podcast, The Takeaway explores what it means to trust after the 2016 election.

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FDR's Four Freedoms in a Divided America

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Before World War II, President Franklin Roosevelt laid out his vision for what that world should look like in his famous "Four Freedoms" speech. How does FDR's vision hold up in 2016?

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Got Trust? Exploring Faith and Suspicion in the 21st Century

Friday, September 30, 2016

Many Americans have lost trust in U.S. institutions, politicians, and the media. In a special five-part series, The Takeaway explores what it means to trust ahead of the 2016 election.
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The First Lady of Love and Radio: Delilah on Heartbreak, Healing, and Trust

Friday, September 30, 2016

The most popular woman in radio takes a break from counseling her millions of devoted listeners to talk trust in love and relationships with The Takeaway.


Financial Distrust is as American as Apple Pie

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Liaquat Ahamed examines cycles of resentment against bankers throughout American history.


Margaret Sullivan: Get Out of Your News Comfort Zone

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Former New York Times Public Editor Margaret Sullivan reflects on partisanship in the media, and how consumers choose news sources that echo their own political views.

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Why the Military Is Still the Most Trusted Institution in America

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

A 2016 Gallup poll found that 73 percent of Americans trust the military. But one retired colonel is worried about our nation's inability to decide on a core set of values.

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Franklin Roosevelt and Al Smith: An Unlikely Friendship that Changed America

Monday, September 26, 2016

New York Governor Al Smith laid the early cornerstones of the New Deal, which ultimately led to Franklin D. Roosevelt’s rise and success.

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How the Ongoing Refugee Crisis is Affecting European Travel

Monday, August 08, 2016

As Europeans embark on their traditional August holiday, is the ongoing migrant crisis having an affect on travel within the Continent?

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A Cynic Takes Down The NYT's Pretentious Wedding Announcements

Monday, August 01, 2016

Colin Nissan, a contributor to The New Yorker, satirizes the flowery language and elitist boasting that is often seen in the New York Times' wedding section.

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The Hidden Feminist History of Tupperware

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

The undisputed queen of Tupperware, Brownie Wise was one of the first women to "lean in." She became a pioneering business woman and a household name in postwar America.


Digital Age Tests Security of SAT Exams

Wednesday, June 08, 2016

The digital age has proven to be quite a challenge for the security of SAT test. As cheating scandals pop up, many are reconsidering the college admissions process.

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Author Ha Jin on the Persistent Pain of the Tiananmen Massacre

Friday, June 03, 2016

Award-winning writer Ha Jin's decision not to return to China after the Tiananmen Square Massacre led to a self-imposed exile in the U.S., and a life writing about China in English.

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Wounded Warriors, Vice Presidential Rumors, Supreme Court Politics

Monday, May 30, 2016

Happy Memorial Day from The Takeaway. Today, we pay tribute to America's service members, dig into the vice presidential guessing game, and examine the state of the Supreme Court.

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For The Love of Shakespeare

Friday, April 22, 2016

Actor Oliver Ford Davies shares his experiences performing Shakespeare around the world. 


Why Shakespeare's History is America's History

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Four hundred years after his death, high school students still study Shakespeare — an integral part of the American educational experience.

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What Does Religious Freedom Look Like in 2016?

Friday, April 15, 2016

We conclude our examination of FDR's famous "Four Freedoms" speech with a look at freedom of religion, or freedom from religion. 

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