“Now the law is on the side of women,” Ginsburg said.
Contract talks between National Public Radio and the union that represents its journalists are on the rocks.
Ljova and the Kontraband performed a beautiful Yiddish song from western Ukraine in an NPR “Tiny Desk Concert.”
Robert Siegel, who has been the host of NPR’s “All Things Considered” since 1987, will step down in January 2018.
Some swoon at the sight of George Clooney. For others, it’s Ophira Eisenberg, host of “Ask Me Another.” Talya Zax goes behind the scenes of the NPR show…and finds Eisenberg to be every bit as engaging as she imagined her to be.
By late fall 2014, you could count on one thing coming up in every conversation with anyone who might ever have listened to NPR: Sarah Koenig’s podcast “Serial.” From hours-long debates over the possible guilt of Adnan Syed — the convicted murderer who was the podcast’s subject — to parodies of the ad for MailChimp, one of the show’s sponsors, that preceded every episode, the engrossing true-crime story seemed to be everywhere.
Jewish groups demanded an apology from radio host Diane Rehm for saying Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has dual Israeli-American citizenship.
University of Arkansas will soon have a Jewish studies program. Here are 10 more facts about Jewish life in Arkansas — including the once (and maybe future) First Family.
The hosts of the top podcasts in iTunes reads like a passenger manifest on the Exodus — but is there a reason behind it? Josh Nathan-Kazis explores the phenomenon of Jews and podcasting.
NPR radio host Tom Magliozzi has died — and that’s a distinctly Jewish loss, Jeffrey Salkin writes. ‘Car Talk’ had deep Torah in it.