Mary Louise Kelly

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'I'm Just Trying To Make Myself Laugh': 'New Yorker' Artist Shares His Cover Stories

Friday, October 20, 2017

Barry Blitt's new book features some of the cartoonist's most memorable and merciless work, including his 2008 drawing of Barack and Michelle Obama fist-bumping in the Oval Office.

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How Do You Stop A Spy From Spilling Secrets?

Monday, October 16, 2017

Ursula Wilder is a CIA psychologist who counsels spies heading to or returning home from hostile environments. But how do you provide mental health services to patients who are professionally trained in the art of deception?

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Sorrow, But Little Appetite For New Laws Among Nevada Gun Enthusiasts

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

Gun tourism is a thriving industry in Las Vegas, the city where a gunman killed more than 50 concertgoers and injured nearly 500 on Sunday. The attack is spurring calls for new gun control measures.

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Las Vegas Mourns As Tourists Continue To Visit City

Tuesday, October 03, 2017

In Las Vegas, NPR's Mary Louise Kelly takes stock of the mood amid vigils to those who lost their lives on Sunday and tourists returning to the city as usual.

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U.S. State Department Pulling Staff From Cuba

Friday, September 29, 2017

The State Department will pull out all nonessential staff, citing mysterious attacks on diplomats that have caused symptoms including dizziness and hearing problems. The U.S. Embassy will remain open.

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Stephen And Owen King On The Horror Of A World Without Women In 'Sleeping Beauties'

Friday, September 29, 2017

What if every woman on earth went to sleep and never woke up, leaving only men to run things? That's the horror at the center of Sleeping Beauties, the new novel from Stephen King and his son Owen.

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News Brief: 'Middle Class Miracle' Unveiled, Puerto Rico In Dire Need Of Aid

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Questions remain about how President Trump and lawmakers are going to pull off the broad tax overhaul plan. Life in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico is difficult — compounded by severe fuel shortages.

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A Modern Collaboration With Mark Twain In 'Prince Oleomargarine'

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Authors Philip and Erin Stead have turned 16 pages of Mark Twain's notes — on a serial bedtime story he wove for his daughters — into a new children's book, The Purloining of Prince Oleomargarine.

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News Brief: Ala. GOP Senate Runoff, Facebook's Role In 2016 Election

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Alabama voters are choosing the Republican candidate in a primary runoff election for the state's open Senate seat. And, Facebook will turn over all of its Russian-sponsored ads to Congress.

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News Brief: NFL Players React To Trump Tweet, Germany's Elections

Monday, September 25, 2017

Football players knelt, linked arms or stayed off the field during the national anthem following President Trump's tweet on Friday. German voters gave Chancellor Merkel another four years in office.

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Film Chronicles The Road To The 2-Hour Marathon: It's 'Just 25 Seconds Away'

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

The documentary Breaking2 follows three elite runners as they attempt to break one of the most famous barriers in sports — maintaining 26.2 four-minute, 34-second miles.

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News Brief: Russia Probe, Trump To Address U.N. General Assembly

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Reports say one of President Trump's campaign managers may have been wiretapped as part of the Russia election meddling probe. Trump is set to deliver his first address to the U.N. General Assembly.

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Silicon Valley's Ellen Pao Tackles Sex Discrimination, Workplace Diversity In Memoir

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

The tech investor dives into the lawsuit that thrust her into the national spotlight and the workplace conditions that prompted it. She says firms are largely applying "tepid diversity solutions."

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Starting School At The University That Enslaved Her Ancestors

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talked to Mélisande Short-Colomb, whose family was once enslaved by Georgetown University. Now, at 63, Short-Colomb has enrolled as a freshman there.

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News Brief: U.N. General Assembly To Open, North Korea Crisis Poll

Monday, September 18, 2017

President Trump will be among the world leaders in New York City for the opening of the U.N. General Assembly. A study looks at whether Americans trust Trump to handle North Korea's nuclear threat.

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The Man Who Protects America's Secrets

Friday, September 15, 2017

William Evanina, head of U.S. counterintelligence, is the country's top spy catcher, in charge of finding moles in our midst.

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Morning News Brief: Hurricane Relief Operations

Thursday, September 14, 2017

An operation is underway for Irma survivors in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Florida gets a visit from President Trump, who displayed more bipartisanship after another meeting with Democratic leaders.

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News Brief: Irma Smacks Florida, Netanyahu's Son Posts Anti-Semitic Cartoon

Monday, September 11, 2017

Irma, which smashed through the Florida Keys, is now a Category 1 hurricane. Israeli politicians are criticizing the prime minister's oldest son for posting an anti-Semitic caricature.

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News Brief: DACA's Future, Congress Weighs Harvey Recovery Response

Tuesday, September 05, 2017

President Trump on Tuesday will announce his policy on the program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, also known as DACA. And, Houston struggles to get on track after Hurricane Harvey.

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News Brief: Houston Update, Trump And Russia

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

We have the latest on the crisis in Houston caused by flooding. Also, President Trump has visited Texas, and we have the latest on the Russia investigation.

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