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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - National Public Radio
Despite battling requests for years, U.S. military officials have agreed to dig up the possible remains of a World War II POW who is buried in an unmarked American war cemetery in the Philippines and others buried with him.
The University of Montana has named former National Public Radio correspondent Larry Abramson as the new dean of the School of Journalism.
Former National Public Radio correspondent Larry Abramson has been appointed the dean of the School of Journalism at the University of Montana.
New studies show kids learn advanced material much earlier than previously believed. It may be important to their future growth to teach them math, reading and science at earlier ages. Today's curricula may cause widespread scientific illiteracy.
A national project to encourage public conversations about race comes to St. Louis this week.
The Marine Corps' discipline proceedings in the infamous desecration of Taliban corpses has churned up deep divisions among the top brass.
NPR brought a few personal finance experts together and a crowd showed up for a lively discussion of debt, retirement and living the good life.
NPR is set to make one of the largest staff reductions in its history in efforts to close a persistent deficit of $6.1 million.
President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama, on vacation in Martha's Vineyard, stopped for 90 minutes of cocktail partying at the Massachusetts home of NPR special correspondent Michele Norris on Monday evening.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is skipping President Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday night and will be giving his own speech at an event hosted by National Public Radio at George Washington University.
Growing up in the 1930s, we had a favorite expression: You are talking it to death. It still happens, of course, these days.
She asked for just six words.
In an Oct. 31 obituary for songwriter Bill Dees, The Associated Press misidentified the late Andy Williams' theater in Branson, Mo. It is the Moon River Theater, not the Moore River Theater.
Bill Dees emerged from his days as an out-of-cash young songwriter to pen tunes recorded by Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn and other country music greats, but the centerpiece of his career was his work with Roy Orbison, including co-writing the classic rock hit, "Oh, Pretty Woman."
Bill Dees emerged from his days as an out-of-cash young songwriter to pen tunes for Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn and other country music greats, but the centerpiece of his career was his work with Roy Orbison, including co-writing "Oh, Pretty Woman."