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Humanism Isn’t Just About Being Right, It’s About Doing Right
Roy Speckhardt is executive director of the American Humanist ...
This week, NPR’s Scott Simon spoke with evolutionary biologist and atheist Richard Dawkins about religion, terrorism, and
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GOP Congressman Declines To Say Whether Every American Is Entitled To Eat
Rep. Adrian Smith (R-Neb.) was asked about proposed food stamp cuts.
NPR's Scott Simon Describes Uncomfortable Bill Cosby Interview
How a Rock Musician Inspired One Family Dealing With Lyme Disease
Author, 'Dad, Tell Me a Story'
Watching my son sing along with Morton at the Typhoon concert was an uplifting and touching experience.
The Carl Sandburg Literary Awards
Food, Culture and Entertainment Host and Producer
In a time when reading seems to be less of a priority for people, it was heartening to see so many willing to give money to the Chicago Library Foundation and celebrate the Chicago Public Library and Chicago authors.
Death and Dying: Living and Dying in 140 Characters
Senior vice president, VNSNY Hospice Care
In Simon's case, the grace, respect and love with which he portrayed his mother transcends technology. It is his words, and the sentiments behind them, that resound in our hearts. He is writing a love poem to his mother, and power to any poem that has a readership of 1.2 million.
Would You Tweet Your Mother's Death? NPR Host Did.
Imagine a Future Where We Record Our Own Deaths on Tiny Video Cameras Implanted in Our Foreheads
As radical as this all might seem to you now, just remember, the future is impossible to predict, but utterly inevitable.
Scott Simon: 'I'm Not Embarrassed To Share It'
NPR Host's Moving Tweets From His Dying Mother's Bedside
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Man Pocket Dials 911; Reveals Heinous Plot
Rosa Parks and Mother Teresa -- Justice vs. Charity
E.P. Clapp Distinguished Professor of Politics, Occidental Col...
On Thursday the Washington National Cathedral dedicated a new stone carving of Rosa Parks. It will be displayed in the Cathedral's Human Rights Porch. Rosa Parks deserves to be in the same human rights pantheon as Bishop Romero and Eleanor Roosevelt. But not Mother Teresa.
Freddie Mac Reportedly Invested Billions Betting Against Struggling Homeowners
Star Trek & Twitterlutionaries: CyberFrequencies Turns One
Tanya Jo Miller
Multimedia storyteller, Blogger, Homosapian
It all started a year ago. Through a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, CyberFrequencies, our sci-tech podcast that airs on KPCC, was born.
Fred Schulte, Senior Reporter For HuffPost Investigative Fund, Talks Digitizing Medical Records On NPR (AUDIO)
Video: NPR Revamps Web Site, Expands Smart Phone Offerings
NPR has revised its Web site. Earlier this year, we spoke with NPR CEO Vivian Schiller about the opportunities for NPR on the Web. We have republished it today.
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