NPR host doubles as Occupy DC spox, despite ethics violation - TheDC

US | Matthew Boyle
Occupy DC AP

NPR: Reporters cannot ‘engage in public relations work, paid or unpaid’

NPR host: 'Taliban has never been an enemy of the U.S.' - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Poor

‘The Takeaway’ host Hockenberry challenges the argument that Afghanistan under Taliban rule would be a launching point for terrorists

NPR blogger doesn't understand why some doubt tornado-climate change connection - TheDC

US | Matthew Boyle
Midwest Storms

‘Here’s what I don’t get: What motivates a denier?’

NPR hires firm to lobby for its taxpayer funding - TheDC

Politics | Matthew Boyle

Rep. Doug Lamborn says that NPR’s ‘attempt to buy goodwill on the Hill will go nowhere’

NPR survives deal - TheDC

Politics | Jonathan Strong

The continuation of funding for public broadcasting is one of several significant victories for Democrats

We didn't invent sex or shutdowns

Opinion | Stuart Roy

Republicans can avoid a government shutdown. Will they?

NPR cans search plans for news executive until it hires new CEO - TheDC

US | Matthew Boyle

National Public Radio’s interim CEO Joyce Slocum announced the taxpayer-subsidized radio network will stop searching for a senior vice president for News

Public broadcasting: the problem is tilt, not bias

Opinion | Trevor Burrus

It is irrelevant which way public broadcasting “tilts.” What matters is that it tilts at all.

WILLIAMS: NPR is radio by and for liberal Democrats - The Hill

Politics | Vince Coglianese

Juan Williams, having avoided calling for NPR’s defunding, now supports the move

House votes to defund National Public Radio - TheDC

Politics | Matthew Boyle

The U.S. House of Representatives voted to defund NPR from all public sources of funding

House Set to Defund NPR - TheDC

Politics | Matthew Boyle

Lawmakers seek to strip all taxpayer money from NPR, including through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting

NPR back on GOP's chopping block Thursday - TheDC

Politics | Matthew Boyle

Majority Leader Eric Cantor will bring a standalone bill that completely defunds NPR to the House floor Thursday afternoon

People who favor small government are not racist - TheDC

Feature:Opinion | James Lindgren

Surveys show that small-government advocates are substantially less likely to be racist than big-government advocates.

NPR's editorial defender Nina Totenberg has history of liberal bias - TheDC

Politics | Matthew Boyle

A look at comments Totenberg has made in her reporting and in media appearances over the past few years might hint at a liberal bias

Even Glenn Beck, Bill O'Reilly as NPR hosts wouldn't sway 'hardened critics' says interim CEO - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Poor

Joyce Slocum calls bias charges a ‘misperception’ and argues adding conservative hosts would do nothing to change it

NPR: It's time for conservative affirmative action

Opinion | Mark Judge

NPR could improve its news coverage by hiring a few conservatives.

NPR reporter discusses impact of latest O'Keefe video - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Winkler

David Folkenflik on covering NPR, federal funding and the essense of James O’Keefe

NPR: The Great Uniter? - TheDC

Entertainment | Jeff Poor

PBS contributor and New York Times columnist argues government has to play a role in creating a ‘common culture’

NPR's Totenberg denies 'lefty' stereotype after undercover video revelations - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Poor

Longtime correspondent refutes liberal bias and says the newsroom was ‘more mortified’ by Ron Schiller’s remarks in O’Keefe video than those on the right

TheDC Exclusive: O’Keefe rebuts NPR's statement about internal e-mails - TheDC

Politics | Matthew Boyle

James O’Keefe responds to National Public Radio’s assertion that internal e-mails prove they refused the money thought to be from a Muslim Brotherhood front group