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Note to readers: this post uses profanity that may upset some. First NPR didn't use "the word" and then it did. I'm referring, of... [Read More]
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As news about entitlement programs trends, we're hearing more about whether that's a good word for them. [Read More]
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A bracketology-style selection of the top political stories of 2017 gets booed. [Read More]
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NPR and StoryCorps heard from the survivor community before the piece even aired. [Read More]
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What really happened in the investigation of D.C's Ballou High, where every student got into college. [Read More]
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Thanksgiving cooking pieces roll out on the radio as reliably as the turkey centerpiece itself. Producers need holiday-themed content, and listener-cooks (like me) need new... [Read More]
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Listeners object to language that minimizes allegations against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore. [Read More]
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How does NPR cover itself? And who has been guiding its sexual harassment coverage? [Read More]
In this week's Mailbag: praise for the way Morning Edition has been bundling fact-checking with its live interviews and questions about an All Things Considered... [Read More]
NPR newsletter subscribers bristle at wine club promotion email. [Read More]
Listeners asked about language and audio choices made during NPR's special coverage of the Las Vegas shooting. [Read More]
A report about a disturbing Facebook practice raises troubling newsroom lapses. [Read More]
Making a mistake is a pit-in-the-stomach fear of most good reporters. But how a news organization approaches corrections is one of the defining factors separating... [Read More]
Tough questions were warranted but listeners deserved more background. [Read More]
Listeners' anxieties over a flood victim's safety underscore a need for follow up. [Read More]
Some readers still pine for a comments section but NPR is focused elsewhere. [Read More]
What obligation does NPR have to follow up on a controversial book post-review? [Read More]
The Ombudsman's mailbox last week included complaints about NPR's decision to use some foul language, and the choice of a particular interview subject. Here are... [Read More]
Starting next week, NPR will offer more visual clues to distinguish opinion writing. [Read More]
An update on NPR's use of a loaded word. [Read More]
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