Steve Inskeep

Steve Inskeep appears in the following:

Doctor In India: Emergency Room Is So Crowded, 'It's Nearly Impossible To Walk'

Thursday, May 06, 2021

Dr. Sumit Ray, critical care chief at a New Delhi hospital, is on the front lines of India's growing COVID-19 crisis. "As a system in different parts of the country, we have collapsed," he says.

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News Brief: Vaccine Patent Waiver, Eviction Moratorium, Scottish Election

Thursday, May 06, 2021

Biden supports waiving intellectual property rights for COVID-19 vaccines. Judge strikes down federal eviction moratorium. Scottish voters cast ballots in an election that could lead to independence.

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'The Parted Earth' Traces The Impact Of India's Partition Across Generations

Tuesday, May 04, 2021

Partition split India and Pakistan in 1947 and affected millions of lives across decades. Journalist Anjali Enjeti's new novel explores the way people who don't process their trauma can pass it on.

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NPR Project: How Can Americans Make Democracy Work For Them?

Monday, May 03, 2021

As part of NPR's series on democracy, Morning Edition visits Rochester, N.Y., to observe how the national debate around "defund the police" is playing out among city leaders.

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News Brief: India's COVID-19 Surge, Religious Stampede, Kamala Harris' Role

Friday, April 30, 2021

The death toll in the pandemic continues to rise in India. Dozens of people have died in a stampede in Israel. Examining Kamala Harris's role in these first 100 days of the Biden administration.

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News Brief: Biden Address, Raid On Giuliani's Apartment, Georgia Killing

Thursday, April 29, 2021

Biden highlights wins in speech to Congress. Federal authorities raid the New York apartment of Rudy Giuliani. Three men are indicted on federal hate crime charges in the Ahmaud Arbery killing.

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News Brief: Biden To Address Congress, N.C. Shooting, Michigan's COVID Surge

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

The president will address a joint session of Congress. N.C. court considers whether to release bodycam footage from police killing. Michigan hospitals open triage tents to handle influx of patients.

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News Brief: N.C. Shooting, DOJ Investigates Louisville Police, Mask Policy

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Only 20 seconds of police bodycam footage released in N.C. shooting. Justice Department launches a probe into Louisville's police department. The CDC is expected to update its mask-wearing policy.

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News Brief: India's Coronavirus Spike, Census Data, N.C. Shooting Probe

Monday, April 26, 2021

COVID-19 surge overwhelms India's health system. The first census results affecting elections will be released. North Carolina sheriff wants bodycam footage of Andrew Brown Jr.'s killing released.

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Ex-Trump National Security Adviser Urges 'A Different Approach' To China

Friday, April 23, 2021

In an NPR interview, H.R. McMaster says the United States and its allies need to compete more effectively with China. He also urges a multinational approach for dealing with Beijing militarily.

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News Brief: Pandemic Status, Asian American Hate Crimes Bill, Infrastructure

Friday, April 23, 2021

COVID-19 hot spots pop up again around the globe. Senate passes bill to address a spike in violence targeted at Asian Americans. Senate Republicans unveil smaller $568 billion infrastructure plan.

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News Brief: Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Ohio Shooting, Schools' Crisis Year

Thursday, April 22, 2021

President Biden plans to re-establish the U.S. as a climate leader. Protesters gather in Columbus after an officer shot a Black teenage girl. Schools aim to help kids after a year of uncertainty.

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News Brief: Manslaughter Charges, I-G Report, U.S. Mulls Sanctions On Russia

Thursday, April 15, 2021

Officer who shot Daunte Wright is charged with second-degree manslaughter. Inspector general report criticizes Capitol Police. The U.S. is expected to issue a wide-range of sanctions against Russia.

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New Senate Sergeant-At-Arms Wants To Keep Capitol Secure And Open To The Public

Thursday, April 15, 2021

Locking down the Capitol "defeats the purpose of having the people's house that is available and open to constituents," says Karen Gibson, who helped review the Jan. 6 assault on the building.

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Ex-FDA Chief Sees 'Struggle' To Vaccinate More Than Half U.S. Population

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Dr. Scott Gottlieb doesn't expect enough demand for the vaccine much beyond 160 million Americans. But he says there may eventually be enough immunity to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

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News Brief: Minneapolis Turmoil, J&J Shot, U.S.' Afghan Exit Plan

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

The families of Daunte Wright and George Floyd call for justice. States pause using J&J's COVID-19 vaccine. The White House will announce a timeline for the U.S. to withdraw troops from Afghanistan.

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News Brief: Shooting Probe, Iran Nuclear Site, Russia-Ukraine Tensions

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Police say an accidental discharge of a gun led to Daunte Wright's death. Iran says it will retaliate for sabotaged nuclear site. Russia builds up military forces on its border with Ukraine.

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Poll Finds Republicans Particularly Opposed To 'Vaccine Passport' Messaging

Monday, April 12, 2021

Messaging is important in public health. People who voted for Trump were especially hesitant about a "vaccine passport." But call it a "verification," and more people support it.

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News Brief: Chauvin Trial, COVID-19 Vaccine Demand, Supply Crunch

Monday, April 12, 2021

Prosecutors in the Derek Chauvin trial will wrap up this week. In parts of the U.S., supply and demand for vaccines is a little lopsided. The White House holds a meeting on the lack of semiconductors.

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John Boehner On The 'Noisemakers' Of The Republican Party

Monday, April 12, 2021

Boehner was the Republican speaker of the House during much of the Obama presidency. His new memoir recounts his time leading House Republicans — even if that meant doing things he personally opposed.

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