NPRNational Public Radio,即美国国家公共电台的简称。虽然名称是“公共”电台,但是它实际上是一个完全独立的广播实体。

NPR成立于1970年,节目以新闻及综述为主,是美国国内收听率最高的广播电台,面向美国民众广播。NPR每周和860多个加盟的地方电台一起为大约两千六百万美国人,也就是全国总人口的大约10%,提供广播服务。

NPR在线收听:Another Federal Appeals Court Upholds Block On Trump's Travel Ban2017-06-25
Another federal appeals court has ruled against President Trump's travel ban. The ban remains on hold, although the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals did clear the way for the administration to adjust its vetting rules.
NPR在线收听:Words You'll Hear: Dodd-Frank2017-06-25
This week NPR's Lakshmi Singh speaks with Raj Date, former Deputy Director of the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau about the House bill to scale back Dodd-Frank financial regulations.
NPR在线收听:Supreme Court Strikes Down Gender-Based Citizenship Rules2017-06-25
The Supreme Court has ruled that treating a claim of citizenship differently based on whether the mother or the father of the claimant was a U.S. citizen violates the Constitution. The court directed Congress to change current law so as to make it gender neutral.
NPR在线收听:Uber Drivers Confront Challenges Working For A 'Faceless Boss'2017-06-25
Drivers say Uber feels more like a faceless boss setting strict rules and punishments, but eerily hard to reach, even in emergencies.
NPR在线收听:Swimsuit Season Gets Complicated2017-06-25
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks Sarah Halzack, who has written about retail for The Washington Post, why this season's swimwear is so complicated.
NPR在线收听:Attorneys General In D.C., Maryland Sue Trump For Violating Emoluments Clause2017-06-25
Attorneys General for Washington, D.C., and Maryland are suing President Trump for violating the emoluments clause, which prohibits him from accepting gifts or benefits from foreign leaders. The suit hinges on Trump's decision to keep ownership of his business empire.
NPR在线收听:FDA Asks Drug Maker To Pull Opioid Opana ER Off The Market2017-06-25
The Food and Drug Administration requested drug maker Endo Pharmaceuticals stop selling Opana ER, which is an opioid. NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Dr. Janet Woodcock, director of the FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, about the decision.
NPR在线收听:This Dinner Party Invites People Of All Faiths To Break Bread Together2017-06-25
Iftar is the nightly meal breaking the Ramadan fast. The Open Iftar project stages meals outdoors, encouraging Muslims and non-Muslims to move beyond religious divides to get to know each other.
NPR在线收听:Gianforte Sentenced To Community Service For Assaulting Reporter2017-06-25
Montana's Rep.-elect Greg Gianforte was sentenced to community service and anger management on Monday for assaulting a journalist the day before a special congressional election last month.
NPR在线收听:Canada's Tech Firms Capitalize On Immigration Anxiety In The Age Of Trump2017-06-25
We feel that Canada has a window of opportunity here to be able to attract the best and the brightest, says one Canadian tech leader.
NPR在线收听:Stage Managers: You Can't See Them, But Couldn't See A Show Without Them2017-06-25
Off in the wings, stage managers coordinate cast and crew, calling hundreds of cues during Broadway performances. They may not win Tony Awards, but without them, not even the curtain would go up.
NPR在线收听:Jeffrey Immelt To Step Down As General Electric CEO2017-06-25
Longtime General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt announced he will step down this summer, as some investors put pressure on the company to cut costs.
NPR在线收听:Puerto Rico Votes For U.S. Statehood In Non-Binding Referendum2017-06-25
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Carla Minet, executive director of the Center for Investigative Journalism in Puerto Rico, about the election Sunday in which people chose to make their island the 51st U.S. state. Turnout was small, and the referendum is non-binding.
NPR在线收听:Meet Your Lucky Stars: NASA Announces A New Class Of Astronaut Candidates2017-06-25
This year was one of the most competitive applicant pools in the agency's history. One of the candidates explains what it takes to earn a coveted spot and why so many want to be an astronaut today.
NPR在线收听:'Beatriz at Dinner' And 'Megan Leavey' Celebrate Women Warriors2017-06-25
NPR movie critic Bob Mondello reviews two movies centered on women warriors Beatriz at Dinner starring Salma Hayek, and Megan Leavey starring Kate Mara.
NPR在线收听:The View From Moscow On The Trump-Russia Investigation2017-06-25
We look at how Russians are reacting to the news of the U.S. investigation into Russian election meddling, and former FBI Director James Comey's testimony.
NPR在线收听:Law Professor Outlines Legal Questions Raised In Comey Testimony2017-06-25
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Harvard law professor Noah Feldman on what the James Comey hearing means for the issue of obstruction of justice in the Trump administration.
NPR在线收听:Russian Opposition Leader Aims To Build Movement2017-06-25
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is doing something no Russian politician has tried recently: running a national campaign based on grassroots enthusiasm rather than backroom Kremlin deals.
NPR在线收听:After Comey Hearing, What Comes Next In Senate Russia Probe?2017-06-25
Former FBI Director James Comey testified about his relationship with President Trump in the Senate on Thursday. NPR takes a look at what comes next in this story, especially given the limits of what Comey said he could discuss about the classified information in the case.
NPR在线收听:Voters Head To The Polls In The U.K.2017-06-25
Voting is underway in the United Kingdom in an election for the British Parliament called by Prime Minister Theresa May.
NPR在线收听:Aid-In-Dying Requires More Than Just A Law, Californians Find2017-06-25
In the year since the state enacted a law allowing doctors to prescribe lethal drugs for terminal patients who request it, over 500 people have sought that help. But some doctors are still reluctant.
NPR在线收听:Fetuses Respond To Face-Like Patterns, Study Suggests2017-06-25
Fetuses in the third trimester responded more often to patterns that resembled faces than patterns that did not. The findings don't mean fetuses can recognize their parents' faces before they're born.
NPR在线收听:Trump's Lawyer Denies President Asked Comey For Loyalty Pledge2017-06-25
Former FBI director James Comey's testimony Thursday before the Senate Intelligence Committee has political consequences for the president. Trump's private lawyer later responded to Comey's testimony.
NPR在线收听:Former U.S. Envoy Explains Why Mideast Peace Talks Collapsed In 20142017-06-25
NPR's Robert Siegel interviews Ambassador Martin Indyk, executive vice president of the Brookings Institution and former U.S. special envoy for the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, about why peace talks collapsed in 2014.
NPR在线收听:London Attack Highlights Efforts To Combat Homegrown Terrorism2017-06-25
NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with Charlie Winter, senior research fellow at King's College London, about homegrown radicalization in the United Kingdom.
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