Tinbete Ermyas

Tinbete Ermyas appears in the following:

The lost Jeopardy tapes: the 40-year mystery behind an enigmatic champion

Wednesday, May 10, 2023

NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer talks with The Ringer staff writer Claire McNear about the 40-year-long mystery behind one of Jeopardy's most enigmatic champions.


'Hotel Cuba' tells an immigrant's story of everyday courage

Tuesday, May 09, 2023

NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks with Aaron Hamburger, author of Hotel Cuba, a novel is based on the real life immigration story of his grandparents.


A giant rat that wasn't suited for its bomb-sniffing job gets a new role

Wednesday, May 03, 2023

A Gambian rat who was training to be a landmine detector arrived at the San Diego Zoo a few weeks ago. She's better suited to her new role as a rat ambassador.


Why Medicare is suddenly under debate again

Tuesday, March 14, 2023

As the White House and Republicans in Congress gear up for negotiations over the U.S. debt ceiling, how to pay for senior health care could be a sticking point, even if cuts are "off the table."


Congressman Henry Cuellar says Biden's rule to restrict asylum is 'reasonable'

Sunday, February 26, 2023

Cuellar, a Texas Democrat, spoke with NPR about a Biden administration proposal to limit asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border. He says the number of arriving migrants is overwhelming local officials.


This is the one-pan recipe to make your Thanksgiving easy

Sunday, November 20, 2022

NPR's Michel Martin speaks to New York Times columnist Melissa Clark about cutting out the stress — especially if it's your first time cooking for the holiday.


Putin has been unwilling to engage in Ukraine talks, says Secretary of State Blinken

Wednesday, June 29, 2022

It is important that the Ukrainians define the terms of any potential negotiation, Blinken tells NPR, while the U.S. makes sure that the country has the means to repel Russian aggression.


Haaland seeks healing for Native American boarding school survivors

Sunday, May 22, 2022

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Interior Secretary Deb Haaland about her department's Federal Indian Boarding School Initiative Investigative Report.


Former Pentagon chief Esper says Trump asked about shooting protesters

Monday, May 09, 2022

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Mark Esper about his forthcoming book, "A Sacred Oath: Memoirs of a Secretary of Defense During Extraordinary Times."


It's National Poetry Month. Send us your mini poems

Tuesday, April 05, 2022

April is National Poetry Month. In step with NPR tradition, we're asking readers to help us celebrate. We supply the hashtag — you fill our feeds with your mini works of art.


Afghanistan's Fall To The Taliban Has Iraq Nervous

Monday, August 23, 2021

NPR's Mary Louse Kelly talks with Bilal Wahab, a fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy about how the rapid collapse of Afghanistan to the Taliban has Iraq nervous.


Republicans Meet Biden's Infrastructure Plan With Skepticism

Monday, April 12, 2021

NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Republican Congressman Garret Graves of Louisiana about President Biden's meeting with a bipartisan group of members of Congress about his infrastructure proposal.


Ecuador Chooses Conservative Banker As Its Next President

Monday, April 12, 2021

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with political scientist Thea Riofrancos about the surprise victory for the right wing in Ecuador's presidential election.


Wave Of Bills To Block Trans Athletes Has No Basis In Science, Researcher Says

Thursday, March 18, 2021

Legislation in several states would limit or prohibit transgender women from competing in women's athletics. An expert on sex differences in athletes says the bills aren't rooted in science.


Jazmine Sullivan On 'Heaux Tales,' Dirty Laundry And The Value Of Taking Breaks

Saturday, January 16, 2021

The artist speaks with Michel Martin about her acclaimed, ambitious new album and why she wanted to bring the conversations women have amongst themselves to light.


On 'Celia,' Tiwa Savage Celebrates Powerful Women

Saturday, October 10, 2020

Named after the artist's mother, Savage's third album celebrates femininity as sensual, empowered and strong. It's her first release since being featured on Beyoncé's The Lion King soundtrack.


With The Collapse Of The ISIS 'Caliphate,' A Camera Lens Lingers On Those Left Behind

Sunday, March 24, 2019

As U.S.-backed forces fought in recent weeks to reclaim the last territory held by ISIS in Syria, photographer Felipe Dana turned his lens on the thousands of civilians rushing to evacuate.


Beta Israel: Snapshots Of The Ethiopian Jewish Community

Friday, March 22, 2013

For South African photojournalist Ilan Ossendryver, photographing the Ethiopian Jewish community, also known as Beta Israel, started out professional but ended up personal.

His decades-long body of work is now represented in the exhibit "Beta Israel: Ethiopian Jews and the Promised Land," at the Oglethorpe University Museum of Art ...