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A report describing Yeoh's historic Oscars win for Best Actress set them off.
The artists pretended to perform at the media organization's office to promote their new album, "Her Loss."
One person called Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) “spineless” after he said that the Republican nomination for president was Donald Trump’s “if he wants it.”
"For some reason, Trump thought it would be a good idea to call into NPR," the "Late Night" host said.
“He’s gone. OK,” said NPR's Steve Inskeep on realizing the former president had hung up.
The "All Things Considered" host is leaving after nearly a decade on the radio show.
"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.