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NPR FM Berlin began broadcasting in Berlin on April 1, 2006. We offer the newsmagazines Morning Edition and All Things Considered, plus Fresh Air and The Diane Rehm Show. 104,1 also airs the series Life in Berlin, local features exploring the city's vibrant arts and culture scene, as well as interviews produced in cooperation with local organizations.
 
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In the past year, times have been hard. We’ve all devoted a lot of our energy to staying safe and meeting basic needs. The abnormal has become normal as we are forced to adjust to the constant change of regulations and safety recommendations. But with all of our added stressors we had to find a way to let off some steam. Many people discovered new …
 
President Biden wants to make a massive investment in infrastructure, and not just in roads and bridges. His administration is proposing big investments in "care infrastructure" — investments designed to help women succeed in the workforce. Three women leading the administration's effort speak to NPR: Janelle Jones, the chief economist at the Depar…
 
In a new memoir, the former Republican House Speaker says that even Ronald Reagan couldn't get elected in today's GOP. He decries obstructionist tactics used by Republicans, while acknowledging his role in pioneering them. This episode: White House correspondent Scott Detrow, congressional correspondent Susan Davis, and national political correspon…
 
Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine trials at Cincinnati Children's Hospital show similar vaccine efficacy in kids and adults. Children vaccinated during the trial have not become infected. Late last month, the medical center began inoculating children ages 5 to 11 years old with the vaccine as part of a dose-finding trial. Currently, eight kids from 5 to 11 a…
 
On today's program: State lawmakers are considering candidates for the commission in charge of drawing new political district lines, a process that has previously been secretive; a lawyer representing 33 plaintiffs in a suit against the U.S. Department of Education explains why higher education institutions that accept federal funds shouldn’t be al…
 
Here's a roundup of regional headlines from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Racial Justice Police Group Condemns St. Louis County Police Chief University Of Missouri Band Picked For 2022 Macy's Parade Columbia Police, MU School Of Law To Host Community Forum About Chauvin Trial Gerbes To Begin Administering COVID-19 Vaccines At Two Columbia Locations…
 
"To Asian women, not for—there's no speaking for us, splendidly vast and manifold as our people are." So writes Korean-American novelist R.O. Kwon in an essay in Vanity Fair. The essay explores the reasons that R.O. was unable to talk openly with her own mother about rising anti-Asian rhetoric and violence in the past year, and how she finally brok…
 
Regional headlines from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Ameren Seeks Utility Rate Increases To Raise $309 million A Year Missouri Opens Up COVID-19 Vaccines To All 16 And Older Kansas City To Temporarily House Homeless People In Hotels Reform-Minded Leaders Now At The Helm In St. LouisDi Jack Kosowski
 
As lawmakers and security officials brainstorm security reforms for the U.S. Capitol complex, investigators have yet to disclose any evidence that extremist groups came to DC on January 6th specifically intending to raid the building. And President Biden's steady rollout of sweeping policy proposals has drawn plaudits, and surprise, from Democratic…
 
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