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NPR host Kelly writes op-ed after Pompeo interview, saying journalists aren't out to 'score political points'

"Journalists don't sit down with senior government officials in the service of scoring political points," Kelly wrote after Pompeo called her a liar.
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Trump praises Pompeo over his Ukraine-related dispute with an NPR reporter.

“That reporter couldn’t have done too good a job on you yesterday, huh?” Mr. Trump said to Mr. Pompeo, with a half-smile on his face. “I think you did a good job on her, actually.”
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"I think you did a good job on her." Trump praises Pompeo for blasting NPR host

Pompeo has engaged in an escalating confrontation with NPR host Mary Louise Kelly. She says Pompeo cursed and shouted at her for asking about Ukraine.
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State Dept. Will Not Allow NPR Reporter on Pompeo’s Plane Following Interview

Diplomatic correspondents said the move appeared to retaliate against NPR for an interview that pressed Mr. Pompeo on his role in the Trump administration’s shadow foreign policy in Ukraine.
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State Department blocks NPR reporter from Pompeo trip after radio host said he cursed, shouted at her

The decision to block NPR's State Department reporter from traveling with Pompeo comes after he cursed at host Mary Louise Kelly after an interview.
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Pompeo Denounces News Media, Undermining U.S. Message on Press Freedom

In an extraordinary statement, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo criticized a veteran NPR reporter, Mary Louise Kelly, and said the news media was “unhinged.”
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Pompeo accuses radio reporter of "shameful" lying after testy interview

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Saturday accused a National Public Radio reporter of lying to him and violating "the basic rules of journalism and decency" after she said Pompeo repeatedly..
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Pompeo says NPR host 'lied to me' but does not dispute he shouted, cursed at her after interview

Sec. Pompeo did not dispute Kelly's most explosive allegation: that he shouted and swore at her and suggested Americans don't care about Ukraine.
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Pompeo Lashes Out at Reporter and Challenges Her to Find Ukraine on a Map

“He shouted at me for about the same amount of time as the interview itself had lasted,” said Mary Louise Kelly of NPR.
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Pompeo lashes out at reporter over Ukraine questions.

A reporter for NPR recounted that the secretary of state shouted at her, using an expletive and demanding, “Do you think Americans care about Ukraine?”
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Radio reporter says Pompeo cursed at her after testy interview

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo cursed at a National Public Radio reporter and repeatedly "used the F-word" in a shouted diatribe after she questioned him about Ukraine and the ousted American..
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After interview, Pompeo cursed at reporter, yelled: 'Do you think Americans care about Ukraine?'

Sec. Pompeo unloaded on NPR host Mary Louise Kelly after an interview in which she questioned him about Ukraine and other hot-button issues, NPR said.
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Adam Driver left his NPR interview after 'Marriage Story' clip was played, producer says

According to an NPR producer, Adam Driver walked out on an interview with the outlet when they played a clip of his performance in "Marriage Story."
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Bloomberg says he's not using his billions to buy the presidency

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg made his first campaign appearance of the 2020 presidential race in Virginia on Monday, and he is already facing attacks from his Democratic rivals. Scott..
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University of Illinois Is Stifling NPR Reporting on Sexual Misconduct, Critics Say

The university, which owns the license for NPR Illinois, says the station’s journalists are bound by Title IX rules and can’t promise confidentiality to sources reporting sexual misconduct.
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Mental health crisis leads to unexpected $21,634 hospital bill

Mental health care is not always covered by health insurance. In our partnership with Kaiser Health News and NPR’s Bill of the Month series, we speak to an Illinois woman owes tens of thousands of..
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Trump attacks Affordable Care Act and "Medicare for All" ahead of 2020 election

Open enrollment season under the nation's current health care law is underway. Selena Simmons-Duffin, health policy reporter for NPR, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the Trump administration's..
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Under the big top at Venardos Circus

The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is no more, having given its last performance in May 2017. So, how can young people now dream of running away to a life under the big top? Kevin Venardos..
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Behind the headlines: Battle over the Supreme Court

Battle over the Supreme Court Correspondent Martha Teichner looks back at Anita Hill's testimony during the confirmation hearing of Clarence Thomas, and talks with NPR's Nina Totenberg and historian..
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Jason Benetti: Everyone has an ability to be life-changing to others

In this "Sunday Morning" web extra, Chicago radio and TV sports broadcaster Jason Benetti talks with NPR's Scott Simon about how, growing up, he was "oblivious" in some ways to his cerebral palsy, and..
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Play-by-play with Jason Benetti

Beginning this year radio and television sports broadcaster Jason Benetti became the fulltime play-by-play announcer for the Chicago White Sox. Benetti, who has cerebral palsy, spoke with Scott Simon,..
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Howard Schultz: "Far left" candidate could be a "spoiler" for Democrats in 2020

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says a "far left" candidate could be a "spoiler" for Democrats in 2020. NPR congressional correspondent Scott Detrow explains what Michael Bloomberg's exit from the..
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James Comey says he "doesn't care" about what's in Mueller's final report, as long as it's transparent

Former FBI Director James Comey said Thursday he "doesn't care" what's in the Robert Mueller's final report. Ayesha Rascoe, White House correspondent for NPR, joins "Red & Blue" to discuss what could..
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Does Trump administration plan to change how Congress is divvied up?

For more than 200 years, the U.S. has apportioned congressional seats and Electoral College votes based on population. This includes unauthorized immigrants and noncitizens. But, President Trump could..
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"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 10/13

This week "Sunday Morning," hosted by Jane Pauley, features Rita Braver's cover story in which she revisits three transgender youth to see how their lives have progressed since our initial story with..
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Saturday Sessions: Black Pumas perform "Fire"

Grammy-winning guitarist Adrian Quesada and vocalist Eric Burton formed the group Black Pumas in Austin, Texas. They became a local phenomenon, and have toured the U.S. and Europe. NPR named them the..
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Passage: The Cars' Ric Ocasek and journalist Cokie Roberts

"Sunday Morning" remembers the rock guitarist and lead vocalist for the 1970s-'80s rock band, and the pioneering broadcast journalist for NPR and ABC
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U.S. journalist Cokie Roberts, a 'founding mother' of National Public Radio, dead at 75

U.S. journalist Cokie Roberts, regarded by National Public Radio as one of its "founding mothers" and a prominent political commentator on ABC News, died on Tuesday at 75 at her Washington home from..
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Lesley Stahl pens tribute to Cokie Roberts

After decades covering politics for ABC News and NPR, Cokie Roberts died Tuesday of complications from breast cancer. "60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl remembers Roberts as "the best sister you..
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Legendary journalist Cokie Roberts dead at 75

Cokie Roberts, the longtime chief congressional analyst at ABC News, has died at the age of 75. She started her career as a foreign correspondent for CBS Radio, NPR and others. Vladimir Duthiers has..
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Cokie Roberts, veteran political reporter, has died at age 75

Cokie Roberts was a longtime political reporter and analyst at ABC News and NPR
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NPR’s Bill Kurtis and Peter Sagal on “The Takeout” - 9/6/19

NPR’s Peter Sagal and Bill Kurtis join Major to talk about their popular radio show, “Wait Wait...Don’t Tell Me” and a bit of politics on this week’s episode of “The Takeout" with Major..
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"Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!" hosts talk about telling jokes in Trump era

The hosts of the popular weekend NPR show sat down with Major Garrett for this week's episode of "The Takeout" podcast
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Bill Kurtis and Peter Sagal say writing jokes about Trump is harder than you think

The hosts of "Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!" talk about telling jokes in Trump era. Bill Kurtis and Peter Sagal of the popular weekend NPR show sat down with Major Garrett for this week's episode of "The..
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SCOTUS "saved me" during cancer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg says

"I know I've just got to get it done so I have to get over it," the 86-year-old told NPR's Nina Totenberg
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Trump confident China wants to make a trade deal

President Trump is back from the G-7 summit after facing questions about both China and Iran. Domenico Montanaro of NPR joined CBSN to break down the day's political news.
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Trump immigration official Ken Cuccinelli tweaks the Statue of Liberty poem

Ken Cuccinelli, the acting head of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, was asked in an NPR interview if he agreed that the words etched on the Statue of Liberty are part of the American ethos...
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Trump immigration official Ken Cuccinelli offers own version of 'New Colossus' sonnet

“Give me your tired, your poor who can stand on their own two feet and who will not become a public charge,” Cuccinelli said on NPR's "Morning Edition"
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Pres. Trump: "Fine with me" if China doesn't trade with us anymore

President Trump says it's "fine with me" if China doesn't want to trade with the U.S. anymore. This comes as he's threatening to impose 10% tariffs on $300 billion worth of goods. Franco Ordonez of NPR..
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Biden fires back at Harris and Booker after being criticized over race

Former Vice President Joe Biden is going on the offensive after being criticized by the two leading African American candidates in the Democratic primary, Senators Kamala Harris and Cory Booker. CBSN's..
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