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(An amateur magician, Kasell once sawed NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg in half.) "Wait Wait" executive producer Doug Berman, known to credit-attuned listeners by his moniker, "The Subway Fugitive," had been trying to cast the show when he heard Kasell field questions at a public ...
(An amateur magician, Kasell once sawed NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg in half.) "Wait Wait" executive producer Doug Berman, known to credit-attuned listeners by his moniker, "The Subway Fugitive," had been trying to cast the show when he heard Kasell field questions at a public radio ...

... Greg Stohr at Bloomberg, Lawrence Hurley at Reuters, Maria Halkias for The Dallas Morning News, Jessica Gresko at the Associated Press, Mark Walsh at Education Week's School Law Blog, Steven Mazie at The Economist's Espresso blog, Richard Wolf for USA Today, and Nina Totenberg at NPR, who ...
By Nina Totenberg | NPR Tuesday, April 17, 2018. President Trump has hailed his appointment of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, but Gorsuch sided against the administration Tuesday in an immigration case. Drew Angerer / Getty Images. President Trump is already tweeting his displeasure about a Supreme Court ...
And today, contrary to expectations, a narrow majority of justices signaled they may not be willing to disturb the status quo. NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg reports. NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: The test case comes from South Dakota, which passed a law requiring out-of-state companies, ...
Kasell may have been known for his measured, on-air newscast persona, but behind the scenes, the kind, witty newsman had plenty of surprises. He loved magic tricks, and at one memorable company holiday party, he sawed Nina Totenberg in half. "We laid her out on the table, got out that saw and grrrr ...

NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: The court said the police officer acted reasonably given that the woman, Amy Hughes, was carrying a large kitchen knife, that she was standing within striking distance of another woman in her driveway who, unbeknownst to the police, was Hughes' roommate, and that ...
NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: The court said the police officer acted reasonably given that the woman, Amy Hughes, was carrying a large kitchen knife, that she was standing within striking distance of another woman in her driveway who, unbeknownst to the police, was Hughes' roommate, and that Hughes ...
NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg reports. NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: On the steps of the Supreme Court, lawyer Michael Kimberly, representing Republican voters from Maryland's 6th Congressional District, said people on the street understand what partisan gerrymandering is all about.
NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: The California Legislature found that hundreds of crisis pregnancy centers in the state used, quote, "intentionally deceptive advertising and counseling practices that often confuse, misinform and even intimidate women from making fully informed, time-sensitive decisions about ...
The trailer shows interviews with the likes of Gloria Steinem, Nina Totenberg, and more who discuss the Supreme Court Justice's legacy. The film, however, won't just focus on RBG's public persona — it will also delve into her personal life. RBG will specifically detail the justice's sweet relationship with her ...
... she calls “the first boy I ever knew who cared that I had a brain,” as well as her pop culture persona, Notorious RBG. We even get a glimpse of her exercise routine, which includes weight-lifting and planking. The documentary, which also includes interviews with Gloria Steinem, Nina Totenberg, and more, ...
From 'Fraud' To Individual Right, Where Does The Supreme Court Stand On Guns? By Nina Totenberg • 5 hours ago. TweetShareGoogle+Email. Gun shop owner Tiffany Teasdale-Causer demonstrates a Ruger AR-15 semi-automatic rifle. The Supreme Court hasn't ruled on whether assault-style weapons ...
At NPR, Nina Totenberg surveys the Supreme Court's Second Amendment jurisprudence. In an op-ed at The Hill, Lawrence Friedman reflects on the court's recent cert denial in Silvester v. Becerra, a challenge to California's 10-day waiting period for firearms purchases, suggesting that “this is simply not the ...
Additional coverage comes from Bill Mears at Fox News, Jess Bravin for The Wall Street Journal, Nina Totenberg at NPR, Mark Walsh at Education Week's School Law Blog, Robert Barnes for The Washington Post, Adam Liptak for The New York Times, Andrew Chung at Reuters, Ariane de Vogue at CNN, ...
Each of the 50 states has a law creating a campaign-free buffer zone outside polling places, laws the Supreme Court has long upheld. Today the court examined even stricter laws inside polling places. NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg reports. NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: Every state has ...
It was a busy day at the U.S. Supreme Court. There was a major immigration decision and arguments in a case that tests whether the government with a warrant can obtain emails stored in other countries. NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg takes a look at both cases, starting with the ...

Immigrants sit in their housing cell in the women's wing of the detention facility for illegal immigrants on July 30, 2010 in Eloy, Arizona. The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that immigrants, even those who are permanent legal residents and asylum seekers, have no right to periodic bond hearings, meaning ...
Here's NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg. NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: The case involves a federal drug trafficking investigation in which U.S. law enforcement authorities obtained a search warrant for all data associated with the suspect's Microsoft account. Microsoft refused to give the feds ...
NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: Back in 2006, Fane Lozman was not exactly a welcome sight for the Riviera Beach City Council. He'd managed to scuttle their plans to convert the local public marina into a private one, and state law enforcement officers were now investigating allegations of corruption.
NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: The court ruled that immigrants held in detention for months and even years are not entitled to a bail hearing. Although such detentions number in the tens of thousands, they're not the usual deportation cases where the facts are cut-and-dry and the people are deported within ...
It was a busy day at the U.S. Supreme Court. There was a major immigration decision and arguments in a case that tests whether the government with a warrant can obtain emails stored in other countries. NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg takes a look at both cases, starting with the ...
At NPR, Nina Totenberg reports that “[a]lthough the [SCA] was designed to address electronic communications, Congress did not predict the technological revolution, which has since poked major holes in the legislation.” At NBC News, Pete Williams reports that “[a] key issue in the case is where the search ...
Here's NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg. NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: The case involves a federal drug trafficking investigation in which U.S. law enforcement authorities obtained a search warrant for all data associated with the suspect's Microsoft account. Microsoft refused to give the feds ...
NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: Back in 2006, Fane Lozman was not exactly a welcome sight for the Riviera Beach City Council. He'd managed to scuttle their plans to convert the local public marina into a private one, and state law enforcement officers were now investigating allegations of corruption.
NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: Gorsuch asked not a single question, though his track record strongly suggests he'll likely vote against the unions. At issue in this case is what are called fair share fees. When public employees vote to unionize, those workers who do not want to join the union still have to pay ...
NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: Gorsuch asked not a single question, though his track record strongly suggests he'll likely vote against the unions. At issue in this case is what are called fair share fees. When public employees vote to unionize, those workers who do not want to join the union still have to pay ...
By all accounts, it's looking like grim death for organized labor in the very near future. On Monday, the Supreme Court heard the case of Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Council 31. At issue legally was the question of whether or not a public employee has a free ...
By Nina Totenberg • 2 hours ago. TweetShareGoogle+Email. Members of the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees union, or AFSCME, listen to a council executive speak about conditions at state prisons and detention centers in Illinois. Seth Perlman / AP. Originally published on ...
Email. February 26, 20185:01 AM ET. Heard on Morning Edition · Nina Totenberg · Facebook Twitter. The Supreme Court hears arguments on Monday in Janus v. AFSCME. The outcome could reverse a 40-year-old decision and put public sector unions at risk of losing membership dues. Facebook; Twitter; Flipboard; Email ...
Back in 1991, his former colleague Anita Hill accused Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment, a story broken by our own Nina Totenberg. In dramatic confirmation hearings, Thomas denied all the charges and was confirmed. Journalist Jill Abramson covered that story then and has now revisited the ...
Joining us to discuss this turn of events is NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg. And, Nina, this is going back more than a decade. What happened? NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: Well, Libby was accused and then convicted in connection with the leak of a CIA officer's identity, and that of course ...
NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg has more. NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: The members of the Judiciary Committee know Vitter, and the Republicans at least greeted her warmly. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING). UNIDENTIFIED PERSON: Wendy, congratulations. TOTENBERG: ...
We brought in NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg to talk about that. NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: Nice to see you. MONTAGNE: Nice to see you. Now let's start with, when was the last time the court issued a major ruling on guns? TOTENBERG: Well, you know, it's kind of interesting. For most of ...
It may be hard to remember now, but there was a time when radio news was dominated by for-profit, commercial stations. As Drew Lindsay in the Washingtonian once put it, “When reporter Nina Totenberg started [at National Public Radio] in 1975, NPR had all the fame and reach of an underground ...
Her response marks increased confidence from last month, when, speaking about #MeToo with NPR's Nina Totenberg, Ginsburg said “Let's see where it goes. So far, it's been great…When I see women appearing every place in numbers, I'm less worried about backlash than I might have been 20 years ...
Friday episodes break down the previous week's news, such as a recent discussion with NPR's legal affairs reporter Nina Totenberg about the #MeToo movement. We talked with Sanders to find out more about his upcoming live show and what he'll miss about being a Washingtonian. What can you tell us ...
In fact, four women, Cokie Roberts, Nina Totenberg, Linda Wertheimer, and Susan Stamberg, are often referred to as the “founding mothers” of NPR. And the organization's most recent data on newsroom makeup shows that more than half of newsroom employees are women. The fact that a culture of ...
A couple of weeks later, the justice was in Park City, Utah, for the premiere of the documentary RBG at the Sundance Film Festival. In an onstage interview with Nina Totenberg of National Public Radio, Ginsburg was asked about the #MeToo movement. “It's about time,” she responded. “For so long women ...
NPR Correspondent Nina Totenberg works on her story about Ruth Bader Ginsburg at Sundance, Sunday, January 21, 2018 at the KPCW studios in Park City, Utah. Credit KPCW. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had a starring role in this year's Sundance. She is the subject of "RBG," a ...
“RBG,” a look at the life and career of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, has sold to Magnolia Pictures and Participant Media. Financial terms of the sale were not disclosed, but the deal is for worldwide distribution, which runs the gamut from theatrical distribution to home video and streaming ...
At NPR, Nina Totenberg gives a first-hand account of her conversation with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the Sundance Film Festival. At The Economist's Democracy in America blog, Steven Mazie discusses Trump v. Hawaii, a challenge to the latest version of the Trump administration's entry ban that the ...
Ginsburg, 84, held court at two different settings last week in Park City, Utah. Crowds lined up hours in advance to attend a question-and-answer session hosted by NPR's Nina Totenberg. Later that day, hundreds packed into a makeshift theater in the back of a gymnasium to see the world premiere of “RBG ...
PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she has experienced sexual harassment. The 84-year-old told a crowd at the Sundance Film Festival on Sunday that women her age are familiar with sexual harassment but didn't have a name for it. When Ginsburg was a student ...
"Every woman of my vintage knows what sexual harassment is, although we didn't have a name for it," she told the session's moderator, Nina Totenberg, before detailing an incident when she was a student at Cornell in the 1950s and preparing for a chemistry test. "My instructor said...'I'll give you a practice ...
"Every woman of my vintage knows what sexual harassment is, although we didn't have a name for it," she told the session's moderator, Nina Totenberg, before detailing an incident when she was a student at Cornell in the 1950s and preparing for a chemistry test. "My instructor said...'I'll give you a practice ...
The #MeToo movement can add another powerful name among its supporters: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Speaking from the Sundance Film Festival on Sunday, the 84-year-old justice, who pioneered legal work on women's rights and gender discrimination, praised the recent wave of ...
"I think it's about time," the 84-year-old Ginsburg said of the new emphasis. "For so long, women were silent." "Every woman of my vintage knows what sexual harassment is, although we didn't have a name for it," she told the session's moderator, Nina Totenberg, before detailing an incident when she was a ...
NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg reports. NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: Despite overwhelming evidence against him, Robert McCoy steadfastly maintained his innocence and refused to plead guilty or even not guilty by reason of insanity. His lawyer, however, told the jury that there is, quote, ...
And the question before the justices today is whether that lawyer violated his client's constitutional right to counsel. Here's NPR's Nina Totenberg. NINA TOTENBERG, BYLINE: In 2008, Robert McCoy's wife, Yolanda, took her infant daughter and fled Louisiana. She went into protective custody in Dallas after ...


 

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