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"I never hear much about nature or dinosaurs or things like that," wrote a very disgruntled dino-lover named Leo.
"The reason I want to have conversations about these topics in the middle of the day on live public radio is not to be salacious. Quite the opposite, in fact."
The former "All Things Considered" co-host took aim at NPR as questions were raised about journalist Nina Totenberg's friendship with Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department muddied the facts surrounding a reporter’s arrest after the shooting of two deputies sparked tension and misinformation between law enforcement and protesters.
Seattle's KUOW said fact-checking the president's falsehoods and exaggeration became a challenge during the live broadcast.
Trump praised Pompeo for his expletive-laced tirade after a journalist dared to question him about Ukraine. Now donors are opening their wallets to give to NPR.
The "All Things Considered" co-host says the secretary of state's personal attack on her is "not the point."
The secretary of state unleashed an expletive-laden tirade against another NPR reporter last week after she asked him about Ukraine.
The secretary of state has accused reporter Mary Louise Kelly of being a liar and ignoring an agreement not to discuss Ukraine.
The president went on the attack after the secretary of state's foul-mouthed tirade was reported by the nonprofit media organization.