Mary Louise Kelly

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Republican Rep. Doug Collins On Impeachment

Friday, December 06, 2019

Rep. Doug Collins, the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, sat down with NPR after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Democrats would move forward with articles of impeachment.

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Special Report: Takeaways From Day 3 Of Testimony In The Public Impeachment Hearings

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Four witnesses testified before the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday in the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.

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Special Coverage: Day 2 Of The Public Impeachment Inquiry Hearings

Friday, November 15, 2019

Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch testified before Congress on the second day of public hearings in the House impeachment inquiry into President Trump.

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Former U.N. Ambassador Haley: Trump Actions 'Not A Good Practice' But Not Impeachable

Monday, November 11, 2019

In an interview with NPR about her new book, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley said she made an effort to avoid "toxic" and "trashy" Washington — and that she'll campaign for Trump in 2020.

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As Democrats Prepare To Take Power In Virginia, Gov. Northam Focuses On Gun Control

Friday, November 08, 2019

Democrats will soon control Virginia for the first time since 1993. Gov. Ralph Northam tells NPR: "With a Democratic Senate and House, I believe we can move forward with common sense gun legislation."

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Why Edward Norton Moved 'Motherless Brooklyn' To The New York Of Robert Moses

Friday, November 01, 2019

The actor stars in — and directs, and wrote the screenplay for — his adaptation of Jonathan Lethem's detective novel. But he moved it to the 1950s to mine a dark side of NYC history.

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How The Relationship Between Trump And His Spy Chiefs Soured

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

The CIA whistleblower complaint that sparked the impeachment inquiry is just the latest in a history of bad blood. And the mistrust Trump has for U.S. intelligence could pose a national security risk.

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A History Of Trump's Broken Ties To The U.S. Intelligence Community

Monday, October 28, 2019

President Trump had high praise for his intelligence officers after the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. But his relationship with the intelligence community has been strained for years.

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Edna O'Brien On 6 Decades Of Writing 'Very Difficult Stories' About Women

Friday, October 11, 2019

In Girl, a young woman in Nigeria is abducted by Boko Haram — and that's just the beginning. For nearly 60 years, its Irish author has written about women "both as victims and as fighters, combined."

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Lauren Groff's Literary Mission: Recovering A Lost Short Story Master

Thursday, October 03, 2019

Nancy Hale won multiple literary prizes, and her writing shaped the early identity of The New Yorker. Now, she's mostly forgotten, but that may change with the release of a new edition of her work.

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Marie's Rape Was Deemed 'Unbelievable.' Kaitlyn Dever Portrays Her Story

Thursday, September 12, 2019

The actress was last seen starring in the high school comedy Booksmart. But her newest character, on a new Netflix series, is a woman who recants being raped. It's based on a true story.

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Female CEOs Blast 'Forbes' List Of Innovative Leaders That Includes Only One Woman

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

The sole woman, Barbara Rentler of Ross Stores, clocked in at No. 75. Dozens of female CEOs have signed a letter demanding Forbes do better. Anne Wojcicki of DNA testing company 23andMe is among them.

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Should Black Athletes Go To Black Schools?

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Jemele Hill, a writer at The Atlantic, argues yes. She says doing so could benefit the colleges and the communities around them.

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'New York Times' Reporters Explain How They United Women, Helping Trigger #MeToo

Monday, September 09, 2019

Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey talk of the challenges of getting women who alleged they were sexually assaulted by Harvey Weinstein to go public — and of the secret settlements detailed in She Said.

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'She Said' Documents The Reporting Leading To Harvey Weinstein's Arrest

Monday, September 09, 2019

The new book, She Said, by two New York Times reporters, reveals the lengths to which Harvey Weinstein went to silence women who claimed sexual harassment, and how his allies looked the other way.

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Sheryl Crow Says 'Threads' Is Her Last Album. And She's OK With That

Thursday, August 29, 2019

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Sheryl Crow about her latest album, Threads, and why this will probably be her last.

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Real Disappearances Are The Premise For Laura Lippman's 'Lady In The Lake'

Thursday, July 25, 2019

In 1969, an 11-year-old white girl and a young, African American woman disappeared and died in Baltimore. The two cases were treated very differently by the media — and inspired Lippman's new novel.

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50 Years After Apollo 11 Moon Landing, NASA Sets Its Sights On Mars

Monday, July 15, 2019

As the world looks back at the Apollo mission, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine looks ahead to the "moon shot" of the modern era: landing a human on Mars.

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How The Push For Renewable Energy Is Changing Southwest Georgia

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

In the south of Georgia, land and sunshine are plentiful, making it prime territory for solar developers. The dramatic drop in the cost of solar is bringing new opportunities to longtime landowners.

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How Georgia Became A Surprising Bright Spot In The U.S. Solar Industry

Monday, June 24, 2019

Solar is booming in Georgia, and it's not because of state mandates supporting renewable energy or concerns about climate change. Instead, powerful market forces are driving the growth.

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