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At 10 years old, Tanitoluwa Adewumi just became one of the youngest chess masters in the United States — and he's not done yet. He says he hopes to become the world's youngest grandmaster.Di NPR
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Three officers, each from a different generation, weigh in on Derek Chauvin's murder conviction and other recent acts of police violence. Isaiah McKinnon became a police officer for the city of Detroit in the 1960s, and eventually became chief of police. He also served two years as the city's deputy mayor starting in 2014. Cheryl Dorsey is a retire…
Hamilton County expects to have a preliminary plan next week for spending its portion of the American Rescue Plan. Administrator Jeff Aluotto and staff have been meeting with stakeholders, community groups and others to get a picture of where the dollars should go.Di Tana Weingartner
The president's Civilian Climate Corps proposal is a reboot of a New Deal era program that employed young men to build trails, parks, and other nature projects. While it is hard to say what will get through Congress, the initiative appears popular with a diverse set of voters. SEE PHOTOS OF NATE'S TRIP This episode: White House correspondent Tamara…
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The son of a Jewish father and a Guatemalan mother, Goldman grew up mostly in working class suburbs of Boston. His new novel draws on his own experiences, including being physically abused by his dad.Di Dave Davies
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Here are a roundup of regional headlines from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Missouri In No Rush To Spend $2.7 Billion Of Flexible Pandemic Aid Missouri House Votes To Legalize Needle Exchanges True/False 2021 Film Festival Saw Decrease In Attendance Gun Package To Expand Concealed Carry Rights In Churches, Buses Headed To Senate For Final Approval…
The Food and Drug Administration has extended authorization for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to include adolescents age 12-15. Those young people have missed months of school and time with friends.Di NPR
NBC says it will not broadcast the 2022 Golden Globe awards show — following an explosive investigative report from the LA Times alleging unethical actions from the group that bestows the awards.Di NPR
A new round of Israeli-Palestinian violence continued to escalate Monday as Palestinian militants fired rockets from Gaza toward Jerusalem, and Israel responded with deadly airstrikes.Di NPR
To bolster the country's preparedness for a warming world and create jobs, President Biden wants to retool and relaunch one of the most celebrated U.S. government programs, first established by FDR.Di NPR
Property ownership eludes Black Americans more than any other racial group. NPR's Ailsa Chang and Jonaki Mehta examine why. They tell the story of LA's Sugar Hill neighborhood, a once-vibrant black community that was demolished to make way for the Santa Monica Freeway. Their story is part of NPR's special series We Hold These Truths. To take a shor…
House Republican bomb throwers Marjorie Taylor Greene and Matt Gaetz threw a rally at The Villages retirement community in Florida this weekend. It showcased how the Republican Party's base has dropped its ideological core to define itself by loyalty to Trump, even after his defeat. This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, demographics…
Here's a roundup of regional headlines from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Missouri Legislature Begins Final Week With Plenty Of Unfinished Business Kansas City Mayor Says State Should Allow Local Gun Rules Missouri Democrats May Use Filibuster To Force Change In FInal Week Of Regular Session Marker Recognizing Lynching In Columbia Vandalized…
As NPR celebrates 50 years on the air, host Scott Simon reflects on how the network has grown, and his time travelling the world, covering wars, famines, elections and more.Di NPR