"If the choice is doing it without Republican support and moving aggressively...to me the choice is pretty clear: we do it," the Vermont senator told NPR Saturday.
Former independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader called the decision of some networks to cut away from President Donald Trump's speech on Thursday "unacceptable."
Stop pretending as if looting is ever permissible or acceptable. It isn't.
Although federal funding helps ensure NPR's programming continues, it accounts for a minor portion of its operating budget.
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The photographer, who gave the Beatles' their iconic haircuts, died on Tuesday.
Only 44 percent of those polled say they would rather see Trump handle the economy while Biden garnered 51 percent of the approval of poll participants.
The secretary of state accused NPR's Mary Louise Kelly of lying to him after allegedly unleashing an expletive-laden tirade at the journalist.
"We ask real questions, which many officials welcome, though some walk away," Steve Inskeep tweeted.
The poll finds that Americans think President Donald Trump and the media are almost equally to blame for a worsening atmosphere in Washington D.C.
The revelation paints a different picture than the gun rights group's previous disclosures.
The split stands across party and sex, according to a new survey.
"Now there's a chair I'd like to sniff," two newsroom employees recall him saying after an art director stood up from her chair.
The document's fiery language of revolt against tyranny inflamed those who see Trump as an autocrat.
Frank Deford, the long-time sports commentator for NPR and Sports Illustrated writer, died aged 78.
The Maryland native helped bring sports broadcasting into mainstream cultural conversation.
Reporters have peddled dozens of fake news stories to discredit the president.
David Gilkey and his translator, Zabihullah Tamanna, were killed after joining Afghan troops in Helmand province.
Mohn held executive positions at MTV and VH1 in the 1980s and 1990s, and he got his start as a radio and TV DJ operating under the name "Lee Masters"
"A code of 'netiquette' exists among users and within user groups, but otherwise, you pay your money, find your niche and take your chances," Fuze reports