Michel Martin

NPR

Michel Martin appears in the following:

What You Should Know About The Senate Health Care Bill

Saturday, July 01, 2017

Kaiser Health News Chief Washington Correspondent Julie Rovner gives the latest news on the Senate health care bill.

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Barbershop: Trump's Tweets, How Hate Groups Are Defined And Jay-Z's New Album

Saturday, July 01, 2017

Bridget Johnson, Washington editor for PJ Media, Georgetown University professor Paul Butler, and New York Times editorial board editor Anna North discuss Trump's latest Twitter controversy and more.

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The Implications Of New Jersey's Government Shutdown

Saturday, July 01, 2017

New Jersey's state government shut down after state legislators failed to reach an agreement on a budget deal. NPR's Michel Martin talks with New Jersey Public Radio's Karen Rouse about the issue.

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What's Next After States Miss Budget Deadline?

Saturday, July 01, 2017

Many states failed to pass a budget by a Friday, June 30 deadline. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with John Hicks, executive director of the National Association of State Budget Officers about the impact.

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A Middle Eastern Spin On A Classic Latino Dessert: Rose Cardamom Tres Leches

Sunday, June 25, 2017

In celebration of Eid al-Fatir, food blogger Abeer Najjar shares one of her favorite fusion desserts. She says the rose water and cardamom adds a floral and earthy flavor to this classic cold cake.

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Imagine Dragons On Catching Up To Rock Stardom

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Burnt out after years of hard touring, the "Radioactive" band hit the brakes. Now, it's bounced back with a new album, Evolve. Singer Dan Reynolds and guitarist Wayne Sermon tell Michel Martin more.

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'Interlaced Fingers' Traces Roots Of Racial Disparity In Kidney Transplants

Saturday, June 24, 2017

When Dr. Vanessa Grubbs fell in love with a man whose kidneys were failing, he'd been waiting for a transplant for years. Her book explores the ways racial inequity is embedded in the system.

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Actor Ben Falcone And His Dad On The Funny Side Of Fatherhood

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Ben learned a lot about fatherhood from his own dad, Steve Falcone. In honor of Father's Day, they spoke to NPR about their most memorable father-son moments. Ben's new book is Being a Dad is Weird.

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As Macron's Strength Grows In France, May's Popularity Wanes In Britain

Sunday, June 18, 2017

A look at the latest political shakeups in Europe as French president Emmanuel Macron cements his strong parliamentary majority and British Prime Minister Theresa May's popularity declines.

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Where Exactly Is 'Safe' And Who Gets To Be 'Safe' In The World?

Sunday, June 18, 2017

In the wake of recent mass shootings in the U.S., NPR's Michel Martin looks at our current political moment and ponders what it means to feel "safe."

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Russians Believed To Have Used Spear-Phishing In Election Hacking

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Hearings in the House and Senate this week will deal with Russian hacking attempts on the U.S. presidential election last fall including targeting e-mail accounts with malware attachments.

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What Happens After Mistrial Declared In Bill Cosby's Criminal Case?

Saturday, June 17, 2017

The judge in the high profile sexual assault case of comedian Bill Cosby has declared a mistrial. What happens next?

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Lorde On Dialing Out And Turning Inward

Thursday, June 15, 2017

After the rush of stardom accompanying her 2013 debut, the singer felt "deeply conspicuous" working in her native New Zealand. To finish her new album, Melodrama, she let herself get lost in New York.

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'March Against Sharia' Meets Opposition in Syracuse, New York

Saturday, June 10, 2017

A conservative lobbying group called Act for America has organized what it calls a nationwide "March Against Sharia" in some 19 states. One of the marches raised tensions in Syracuse, N.Y.

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A Conversation About What It Means To Be A Good Citizen

Saturday, June 10, 2017

NPR's Michel Martin visits Scranton, Pa., for the last installment in the "Going There" live event series. This time, the guests talk about Civics 101.

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With Help From Friends And Family, Glen Campbell Says 'Adiós'

Saturday, June 10, 2017

His daughter Ashley Campbell and producer Carl Jackson reflect on the joy and laughter that went into making his final album, recorded a year after he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's.

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Comey's Testimony And The Rest Of The Week In Politics

Saturday, June 10, 2017

One of the biggest questions from former FBI Director James Comey's testimony was whether President Trump asked him to drop the investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.

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'The Great Comet': 'Hits All Of The Checkmarks' Of A Broadway Experience

Saturday, June 10, 2017

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with director Rachel Chavkin and actress Denée Benton of Broadway's Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, which retells Tolstoy's War and Peace with a diverse cast.

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A Mother Tries To Understand Her Daughter's Gender Identity

Sunday, June 04, 2017

A mother and daughter talk about what it means for them to come out as lesbian in different eras, and how labels — or a lack thereof — have shaped their coming out stories.

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After Attack, Londoners Say They Won't Stop Living Their Lives

Sunday, June 04, 2017

After the latest terror attack in the United Kingdom, people in London say they may not feel completely safe, but are determined to go on living their lives and not limit themselves.

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