Early Learning and the Bottom Line
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After 11 Years Behind The Host Mic, Neal Conan Signs Off
NPR's Neal Conan reflects on his 11 years of hosting Talk of the Nation and thanks some of the influential contributors to the show along the way. After 36 years at NPR, Conan signs off.
From Upspeak To Vocal Fry: Are We 'Policing' Young Women's Voices?
Journalist Jessica Grose, linguistics professor Penny Eckert and speech pathologist Susan Sankin discuss upspeak, vocal fry and why women's voices are changing — and whether or not that's a problem.
Infidelity Is Steeped In Suspense In 'Among The Ten Thousand Things'
Julia Pierpont's debut novel opens with a young girl's discovery of her father's infidelity. Maureen Corrigan says that what follows is so unexpected and tense that it's a "fresh pleasure to read."
Ben Carson, A Man Made In Detroit
A Republican presidential candidate and former neurosurgeon, Carson was born and raised amid the tumult of Detroit in the 1960s. Even as a young man, Carson sought a different path from his peers.
Kenyan Novelist Explains What President Obama's Visit Signifies
Kenyan novelist Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor provides a tour of her homeland and discusses what President Obama's visit means to the African nation.
Investigators Seek The Gunman's Motivation In The Chattanooga Shooting
Federal authorities in Chattanooga, Tenn., say they still don't know why a man shot up two military installations last week, killing five people. But they are releasing new details on the shooting.
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