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NPR在線收聽:Obama Expels 35 Diplomats, Imposes Retaliatory Sanctions Against Russia For Hacking2016-12-31
The Obama administration is expelling 35 Russian intelligence operatives and imposing sanctions on Russian intelligence services in response to Kremlin efforts to influence the presidential election.
NPR在線收聽:Maple Syrup 'Cartel': Federation Of Quebec Maple Syrup Producers2016-12-31
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with 'Vanity Fair' writer Rich Cohen, about the cartel that controls the majority of the world's maple syrup supply - the Federation of Quebec Maple Syrup Producers.
NPR在線收聽:Trump And Company Prepare Inaugural Address In The Shadow Of Tradition2016-12-31
The inaugural addresses often remembered best were delivered at the worst times in our national history: Abraham Lincoln with Civil War looming, Franklin D. Roosevelt in the depths of the Depression.
NPR在線收聽:Descendants Of Native American Slaves In New Mexico Emerge From Obscurity2016-12-31
The mixed-race genizaros, whose history stretches back to the 17th century, smash the conventional notion that New Mexican identity is defined as either the noble Spaniard or the proud Pueblo Indian.
NPR在線收聽:What's Driving The Violence In Chicago?2016-12-31
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with John Eligon of the New York Times who embedded with Chicago's Black Disciples gang to learn more about what's causing the spike in gun violence in Chicago.
NPR在線收聽:What Do The New Diplomatic Sanctions On Russia Mean?2016-12-31
Host Robert Siegel speaks with Ian Bremmer of the Eurasia Group about new U.S. sanctions on Russia for interference in the presidential election.
NPR在線收聽:Obama's Newly-Designated National Monuments Upset Some Lawmakers2016-12-31
President Obama has created two new national monuments in Utah and Nevada. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Gov. Herbert about his opposition to the monuments and his move to sue the Obama administration.
NPR在線收聽:2008 Bank Bailout Chief Has A Plan To Prevent The Need For Another One2016-12-31
At 35, Neel Kashkari was in charge of the bank bailout program. He's now the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, and has a plan to make future bank bailouts much less likely.
NPR在線收聽:Reflections Of Conservative Icon Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia2016-12-31
Antonin Scalia's was the strong voice of conservative jurisprudence on the nation's highest court for 30 years. We reflect on the Supreme Court Justice who died in February with his own words.
NPR在線收聽:Astronomers Seeking Planet 9 Hope To Soon Catch A Glimpse2016-12-31
Scientists will search the sky Thursday for an undiscovered planet in the outer solar system they're pretty sure it's out there, and computer models tell them where to look.
NPR在線收聽:Advocacy Groups Push For Better Tracking Of Hate Crimes2016-12-31
Hate crimes are challenging to count. The FBI's annual tally is spotty because of underreporting. Advocacy groups are using their own systems to track a rise of reported attacks since the election.
NPR在線收聽:Zika Virus: What We've Learned This Past Year2016-12-31
The Zika virus emerged as a global threat to pregnant women and their developing babies in the last year. What have we learned in 2016 and what can we expect from Zika?
NPR在線收聽:How Tattoo Artist Brian Finn Is Covering Up Pain With Art2016-12-31
Just over a year ago, Toledo, Ohio tattoo artist Brian Finn began offering free tattoos to people to cover their scars from trauma. We take a year-end look at his work.
NPR在線收聽:Celebrating 50 Years Of Kwanzaa2016-12-31
Tonight is the third night of Kwanzaa. Those who celebrate the seven-day festival will gather around the Kinara and light the last red candle. The holiday is also observing it's 50th anniversary.
NPR在線收聽:In A Massive City, This Bar Serves Up Diverse Drinks — To 8 People At A Time2016-12-31
Bar Moju in Shanghai is tiny and only serves authentic concoctions created by its owner, Moe. To visit, you must make a reservation.
NPR在線收聽:Historian Goes Underground To Shed Light On Richmond's Role In Slave Trade2016-12-30
Historian Free Egunfemi is working to preserve the history of the black community in Richmond, Va. She explores the basement of a local restaurant that she says was part of the Underground Railroad.
NPR在線收聽:How One U.S. Group Turns Migrants Into Employees2016-12-30
Migrants often have college degrees and extensive professional experience, but may still have to settle for a low-wage job. The U.S. nonprofit Upwardly Global is working to change that.
NPR在線收聽:The Science Of Wildfires May Be Up In Smoke2016-12-30
With wildfire becoming more prevalent in the U.S. and the Forest Service increasingly looking to let some wildfires burn, there's a need to better understand the smoke that billows from those fires.
NPR在線收聽:Obama, Abe Memorialize The Dead In 1941 Pearl Harbor Attack2016-12-30
President Obama and Japan's prime minister visited Pearl Harbor and laid wreaths at the USS Arizona memorial. Both pledged the 2 countries will remain the strongest of allies despite a painful past.
NPR在線收聽:Gun Deaths In Chicago Reach Startling Number As Year Closes2016-12-30
Chicago passed a grim milestone earlier this month the city has had more than 700 homicides this year. The violence, the worst since 1998, has police and politicians scrambling.
NPR在線收聽:Italy Surpasses Greece As Top Euro Destination For Asylum Seekers2016-12-30
Those arriving in Italy are more likely to be from sub-Saharan Africa rather than the Middle East. Most have little understanding of a process that can take years.
NPR在線收聽:Evaluating Whether 2016 Was A Good Year For The U.S. Economy2016-12-30
For a check on the economy, Rachel Martin talks to David Wessel, director of the Hutchins Center at the Brookings Institution and a contributing correspondent to The Wall Street Journal.
NPR在線收聽:Russia Now Disputes 'Times' Report On Olympic Doping2016-12-30
Russia now says it does not admit a doping conspiracy involving its Olympic athletes. The denial follows a New York Times article in which a Russian official was quoted as saying a conspiracy exited.
NPR在線收聽:Several Financial Hacks Made Big Waves In 20162016-12-30
Computer breaches of companies, famous people and political entities became mind numbingly common in 2016. A few hacks, however, were notable for the financial turmoil they wrought.
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