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:The Fed Raised Interest Rates So What Happens Next?2015-12-23
The Federal Reserve hasn't raised short-term interest rates since 2006. Renee Montagne talks to David Wessel, director of the Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy at the Brookings Institution
NPR在线收听:Digital Culture Critic Abandons 'Fake On The Internet' Column2015-12-23
NPR's Ari Shapiro interviews Caitlin Dewey, the digital culture critic for the Washington Post, about why she ended her What Was Fake On The Internet This Week column.
NPR在线收听:Actress Gabourey Sidibe Explains How She Meets People Through Podcasts2015-12-23
Sidibe is a fan of Invisibilia, which explores the unseen forces that shape human behavior. Her favorite episode, Entanglement, profiles a women who has synesthesia.
NPR在线收听:Fact-Check: The Democratic Debate2015-12-23
The third Democratic presidential debate focused on foreign policy and national security. Do the candidates' statements on the issues check out?
NPR在线收听:Explaining The Celestial Logistics Of The Winter Solstice2015-12-23
Why doesn't the winter solstice have the earliest sunset of the year? NPR's Ari Shapiro explores that and other fun celestial news with NPR blogger Adam Frank.
NPR在线收听:HBO Documentary Explores Dark Underbelly Of Russia's Bolshoi Ballet2015-12-23
Russia's Bolshoi Ballet was rocked following the 2013 acid attack on the company's artistic director. A new documentary airing Monday on HBO, Bolshoi Babylon, looks at the culture of the company and how things got to that point. NPR explores how the paranoia and distrust of management within the ranks of the company is both very Russian and a symbol of the Bolshoi Ballet.
NPR在线收听:Obama Says Trump Takes Advantage Of American Anxieties2015-12-23
In an interview with NPR, President Obama shares some thoughts on Donald Trump. The Republican frontrunner was also highly discussed in the latest Democratic debate.
NPR在线收听:'Son Of Saul' Captures The Holocaust Without The Melodrama2015-12-23
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with the lead actor Geza Rohrig from the harrowing new Holocaust film, Son of Saul.
NPR在线收听:From Family Fare To Oscar Bait, The Big Pictures To See At Year's End2015-12-23
The final weeks of the year are chock-full of huge movies. People Magazine film critic Alynda Wheat offers reviews of some popular year-enders, including Joy, The Hateful Eight and Concussion.
NPR在线收听:The Best Of The Worst: Christmas Films2015-12-23
If you haven't found a Christmas movie on TV yet, you can bet you will in the next week. Author and critic Colin Fleming takes us through the Christmas films that are so bad they're good.
NPR在线收听:Here's What You Should Know About The $1.8 Trillion Spending Bill2015-12-23
NPR explores the details of the federal spending bill that President Obama signed into law last week.
NPR在线收听:Last But Not Least: Books To Give This Season2015-12-23
Weekend Edition's Books Editor Barrie Hardymon tells Rachel Martin what books she should buy for everyone still left on her holiday shopping list.
NPR在线收听:Brother Honors Legacy Of Relatives Lost In Chapel Hill, N.C., Shooting2015-12-23
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Farris Barakat, who lost relatives in the Chapel Hill, N.C., shooting. He recently visited a Syrian refugee camp to honor his brother's legacy.
NPR在线收听:Cruz Already Targeting March Voting States2015-12-22
Ted Cruz is spending the weekend campaigning throughout states voting on Super Tuesday, talking up how well-positioned he is in states like Iowa and New Hampshire that come earlier.
NPR在线收听:How San Diego Will Hold Up Its Green Transition Promise2015-12-22
Last week, San Diego's city council voted to transition to using 100 percent renewable energy by 2035, becoming the first major American city to enter a legally binding agreement to do so.
NPR在线收听:A 'Breastaurant' That Turns The Tables2015-12-22
There's a restaurant in Dallas that's attracting some attention. Instead of waitresses wearing skimpy clothes, it's the waiters who do. It's called, Tallywackers.
NPR在线收听:New U.S.-Russia Resolution Outlines ISIS Strategy2015-12-21
The U.N. Security Council approved a U.S.-Russia resolution outlining a strategy to defeat ISIS and end the conflict in Syria. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with former national security advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski.
NPR在线收听:A Return To Flint, Where The Mayor Has Declared A State Of Emergency2015-12-21
Residents of Flint, Mich., are still in danger of being poisoned by lead in their drinking water, even though the water supply was changed. Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha speaks with NPR's Michel Martin.
NPR在线收听:Behind The Fight To Get The Marines To Update Their Grooming Standards2015-12-21
Staff Sgt. Cherie Wright talks about her role in helping convince the Marines to ease restrictions on hair styles, allowing locs and twists.
NPR在线收听:Week In Politics: GOP Debate, Obama's Legacy2015-12-20
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post and David Brooks of The New York Times about the GOP debate this week and President Obama's legacy.
NPR在线收听:Obama Delivers Year-End News Conference Before Holidays2015-12-20
President Obama held a year-end news conference Friday as he prepared to head off to Hawaii for the holidays. He answered questions about the fight against terrorism, and touted some successes.
NPR在线收听:Secretary Of State Kerry Works To Focus Global Leaders On Syria2015-12-20
Secretary of State John Kerry tries to keep up the momentum in talks to resolve the civil war in Syria. Nearly 20 countries are meeting in New York to plan for peace talks expected next month.
NPR在线收听:Evangelical College Suspends Professor For Showing Solidarity With Muslims2015-12-20
Wheaton College, an Evangelical school outside of Chicago, has been roiled by questions about Christianity's posture toward Islam and academic freedom at religious schools. An associate professor who vowed recently to wear a headscarf in solidarity with Muslims was suspended from her job this week.
NPR在线收听:Veterans' Advocates Highlight Progress On Homelessness, Claims Backlog2015-12-20
New Year's day 2016 is the deadline for two ambitious goals set at the Department of Veterans Affairs ending the backlog of disability claims and reaching zero homeless veterans. Neither goal has been met, but veterans' advocates hope momentum on progress isn't lost.
NPR在线收听:NPR's Code Switch Team Explores Political Correctness On College Campuses2015-12-20
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Gene Demby of NPR's Code Switch team about his recent article, The Long, Necessary History of 'Whiny' Black Protesters At College.

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