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How supply chain disruptions are affecting Columbia Sportswear's business

NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with Columbia Sportswear CEO Tim Boyle about how recent supply chain issues have challenged his company ...
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We help answer your questions about COVID-19 vaccine boosters

NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with Norman Baylor, former director of the FDA’s Office of Vaccines Research and Review, about the ...
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IATSE vice president believes tentative deal will be 'overwhelmingly ratified'

NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with Michael Miller, of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, about a deal they struck ...
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3 people share their experiences with gun-violence in D.C.

In 2020, Washington, D.C., had the highest number of homicides in 16 years. NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with people who’ve ...
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Supply chain problems? Have no fear, we've got DIY Halloween costume ideas

Halloween is two weeks away. With popular costumes sold out or on back order, there’s a chance you’ll have to ...
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Lawyer says NFL needs to release Washington Football Team investigation findings

NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with attorney Lisa Banks about why she thinks more information from the NFL’s investigation into the ...
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Jamie Foxx, out with a new book, talks childhood, therapy and parenting

NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with award-winning actor and musician Jamie Foxx about his new book, Act Like You Got Some ...
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Italian demonstrators flock to Rome for anti-fascist protest

Following violent neo-fascist protests earlier this week, Italy’s largest labor federation is holding a rally Saturday to condemn the far-right ...
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The pandemic has left many students months behind in school subjects

NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with journalist Jill Barshay of The Hechinger Report to discuss what we know about pandemic “learning ...
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'Best schools' rankings are meaningless — and harmful, critic says

U.S. News & World Report published its first-ever list of the “Best” K-8 schools in America. NPR’s Michel Martin speaks ...
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To improve wildfire resistance, researchers look to beavers

Last year Colorado saw the two largest wildfires in it’s history, destroying hundreds of homes and 600 square miles of ...
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Fear, panic and anger grips Beirut residents who want to see accountability

NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with Rami Rajeh, a Lebanese father of two, about how Beirut feels days after deadly clashes ...
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How insights from 2020's election officials could help safeguard future elections

NPR’s Ailsa Chang speaks with Matt Masterson, of the Stanford Internet Observatory. Masterson and his colleagues have compiled an oral ...
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Katie Couric's ethics are questioned for concealing Justice Ginsburg's comments

Journalist Katie Couric admits that she decided not to report some comments by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, raising ...
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Anthology 'The Matter of Black Lives' reflects on America's past to guide its future

NPR’s Sarah McCammon talks with writer Jelani Cobb about a new collection of work from The New Yorker, “The Matter ...
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Business

A Sinister Six Movie Should Copy Spider-Man: No Way Home & Bring In Miles

Sony’s upcoming Sinister Six movie should take some inspiration from Spider-Man: No Way Home and introduce a new version of Miles Morales. Sony has had ...
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The Flash Trailer Confirms Batman Will Have A Bigger Role Than We Thought

The latest The Flash trailer suggests that Michael Keaton’s Batman has a bigger role in the film than many initially assumed. Ezra Miller makes his ...
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How Bulletproof Is Pattinson's Batsuit In The Batman?

Robert Pattinson’s Batman takes multiple bullets to the chest in the latest trailer for The Batman, indicating how bulletproof his version of the Batsuit is ...
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