NPR: Reporters cannot ‘engage in public relations work, paid or unpaid’
‘The Takeaway’ host Hockenberry challenges the argument that Afghanistan under Taliban rule would be a launching point for terrorists
‘Here’s what I don’t get: What motivates a denier?’
Rep. Doug Lamborn says that NPR’s ‘attempt to buy goodwill on the Hill will go nowhere’
NPR survives deal - TheDC
The continuation of funding for public broadcasting is one of several significant victories for Democrats
Republicans can avoid a government shutdown. Will they?
National Public Radio’s interim CEO Joyce Slocum announced the taxpayer-subsidized radio network will stop searching for a senior vice president for News
It is irrelevant which way public broadcasting “tilts.” What matters is that it tilts at all.
Juan Williams, having avoided calling for NPR’s defunding, now supports the move
The U.S. House of Representatives voted to defund NPR from all public sources of funding
House Set to Defund NPR - TheDC
Lawmakers seek to strip all taxpayer money from NPR, including through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting
Majority Leader Eric Cantor will bring a standalone bill that completely defunds NPR to the House floor Thursday afternoon
Surveys show that small-government advocates are substantially less likely to be racist than big-government advocates.
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
Joyce Slocum calls bias charges a ‘misperception’ and argues adding conservative hosts would do nothing to change it
NPR could improve its news coverage by hiring a few conservatives.
David Folkenflik on covering NPR, federal funding and the essense of James O’Keefe
NPR: The Great Uniter? - TheDC
PBS contributor and New York Times columnist argues government has to play a role in creating a ‘common culture’
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
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