NPRNational Public Radio,即美國國家公共電臺的簡稱。雖然名稱是“公共”電臺,但是它實際上是一個完全獨立的廣播實體。

NPR成立于1970年,節目以新聞及綜述為主,是美國國內收聽率最高的廣播電臺,面向美國民眾廣播。NPR每周和860多個加盟的地方電臺一起為大約兩千六百萬美國人,也就是全國總人口的大約10%,提供廣播服務。

NPR在線收聽:Electors Cast Votes To Officially Name Nation's Next President2016-12-21
The electors cast their votes for president Monday a formality that usually goes unnoticed. But because of Donald Trump's election victory, the process is getting a lot more attention.
NPR在線收聽:Truck Drives Through Crowded Christmas Market In Berlin2016-12-21
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Wall Street Journal reporter Anton Troianovski about the truck attack at a Christmas market in Berlin. At least nine people are dead and at least 50 injured after a truck barreled into a crowd at a Christmas market.
NPR在線收聽:Doctors Say Parenting And Pot Smoking Don't Mix2016-12-21
Babies exposed to marijuana smoke have metabolites of the drug in their urine, researchers say. They think that secondhand marijuana smoke will prove to be as dangerous as secondhand tobacco smoke.
NPR在線收聽:Dolls With Disabilities Escape The Toy Hospital, Go Mainstream2016-12-21
Longtime toymakers are broadening their horizons offering dolls and other figures with hearing aids, wheelchairs and insulin pumps in city scenes, not just hospitals. That's a start, activists say.
NPR在線收聽:Political Battle Escalates Between Cities And State Governments2016-12-21
While the presidential election may have been the big political story of 2016, underneath the surface, a growing conflict between conservative state governments and liberal cities will have a big impact on national politics in the coming years.
NPR在線收聽:Russian-Americans Wary Of Trump's Relationship With Putin2016-12-20
In the Russian-American neighborhood of Brighton Beach, N.Y., many people support the GOP, but they're concerned about Vladimir Putin having too much influence in the Trump administration.
NPR在線收聽:NPR Staff: We Pry Into The 'Why' Behind Our Own Anxiety Dreams2016-12-20
We asked our coworkers to tell us their deepest, darkest, most stressful dreams. And boy did they deliver. Then we asked Robert Stickgold, a neuroscientist who studies dreams, what it all means.
NPR在線收聽:Notorious Elderly Jewel Thief Doris Payne Caught In Georgia2016-12-20
An 86-year-old international jewel thief was nabbed after trying to shoplift a bracelet at a mall north of Atlanta.
NPR在線收聽:Drag Kings And Queens Find Their Tribe In Annual 'Homo For The Holidays'2016-12-20
Everyone celebrates the holidays differently. For some, the holidays mean stuffing men into sparkling dresses, using a giant candy cane as a stripper poll, and making the yuletide as gay as possible.
NPR在線收聽:Ken Loach Gives The Real 'Daniel Blakes' A Voice Denied By The U.K. Benefit System2016-12-20
I, Daniel Blake, the new film from esteemed British director Ken Loach, won the top prize at this year's Cannes International Film Festival and it's sparking protest across the U.K.
NPR在線收聽:The Electors Almost Always Aligns With The Popular Vote. But Sometimes They Don't2016-12-20
On Monday, the electoral college will vote for the next president of the United States. The 538 electors have enormous power and are supposed to vote as the people of their state voted. On rare occasions, some electors don't.
NPR在線收聽:Jonathan Puckey's Radio Garden Knows No Borders2016-12-20
A new website called Radio Garden allows users to spin a virtual globe and click on live radio around the world. NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with the site's designer Jonathan Puckey.
NPR在線收聽:In Defense Of 'Identity Politics'2016-12-20
Some say Hillary Clinton's overemphasis on voters' ethnic or gender identities cost her the election. NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Christine Emba of the Washington Post, who defends identity politics.
NPR在線收聽:How One Couple Fought For The Legal Right To Leave A Bad Yelp Review2016-12-20
The lawsuit was one of the cases that inspired the new law the Consumer Review Fairness Act that aims to curb one avenue businesses have used to sue customers for posting negative online reviews.
NPR在線收聽:Sunday Sports: Mike Pesca's Theory On NFL 20162016-12-20
Slate's Mike Pesca has a word for the National Football league this year: mediocrity. Mike make his case and also previews today's big games.
NPR在線收聽:U.S. Kids Now Less Likely To Earn More Than Their Parents2016-12-20
Stanford University professor of economics Raj Chetty discusses the idea of American upward mobility and why kids are increasingly less likely to earn more money than their parents.
NPR在線收聽:Despite Partisan Rancor, Democrats And Republicans Can Agree On Dogs2016-12-20
The tunnels and offices of Capitol Hill bustle with lawmakers, lobbyists, reporters and dogs. NPR's Ailsa Chang takes her dog Mickey to meet some congressional canines.
NPR在線收聽:Employing Third Party Fact-Checking, Facebook Unveils New Plan To Curb Fake News Stories2016-12-20
Facebook says it will work with third party fact checkers to weed out fake news on its site. NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Alexios Mantzarlis of the Poynter Institute, a partner in this effort.
NPR在線收聽:Please, Baby, Please: Some Couples Turn To Crowdfunding For IVF2016-12-20
Infertility is often a private struggle. But some couples are going public via crowdfunding sites to help subsidize in vitro fertilization treatments that can cost as much as $20,000 each time.
NPR在線收聽:Radio Host Charlie Sykes On Being A 'Contrarian Conservative' In The Age Of Trump2016-12-20
After nearly 25 years on radio, conservative host Charlie Sykes discusses his decision to leave his talk show. He was a strong opponent of Donald Trump's campaign.
NPR在線收聽:Dishing On Next Year's Food Trends2016-12-20
Food writer Mimi Sheraton talks about what she expects to see on people's plates in 2017.
NPR在線收聽:Untangle These Geographic Features2016-12-20
What a wonderful world this would be if you knew a lot about geography.
NPR在線收聽:A French Community Tries To Get A Handle On Radicalization2016-12-20
Five men, four of them childhood friends from Strasbourg, are being held in a foiled terrorist plot. Radicalization of young people is a leading concern in the community.
NPR在線收聽:On A 'Eugenics Registry,' A Record Of California's Thousands Of Sterilizations2016-12-20
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with University of Michigan professor Alex Stern, who has completed a database of the thousands of people recommended for sterilization when California had eugenics laws.
NPR在線收聽:2016 Book Recommendations, Tailored For Your Gifting Needs2016-12-20
NPR's Barrie Hardymon recommends her favorite books for these long winter days. She speaks with NPR's Ailsa Chang about her picks for 2016.

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