NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Sen. Kevin Cramer of North Dakota about climate change. Jessica Colin-Greene, writing in The Connecticut Law Review in 2017, observed that access to information about ones genetic background, heritage, and ancestry is a birthright denied only to adoptees. An adoptee is expected to honor a contract made over his or her body and without his or her consent. Someone might argue that the state had to decide for me as a newborn but the states original plan was to deny my identity for life, and even deny it to my children. Lansing says NPR must do more to ensure its journalists of color are treated with respect and have opportunities to explore their ambitions. "NPR is more than its news division.". Martnez will join NPR on July 6th, and his first day on-air will be announced in the coming weeks. And that includes, certainly, things like uranium, which China also has a big chunk of - Russia and Kazakhstan more so, uranium for nuclear - as well as lithium and other mining of critical minerals for batteries. STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: On a Monday, it's MORNING EDITION from NPR News. Published March 1, 2023 at 3:06 AM MST. That was the first time she entered that role. Known for interviews with presidents and Congressional leaders, Inskeep has a passion for stories of the less famous: Pennsylvania truck drivers, Kentucky coal miners, U.S.-Mexico border detainees, Yemeni refugees, California firefighters, American soldiers. She lost the gavel, then led her party back to the majority under Donald Trump and kept the majority under Joe Biden until now. March 1, 2023 China reacts to the first hearing of a high-profile U.S. House committee. Bob Edwards, the long-time newsman and host of NPR's "Morning Edition," has been replaced. Good morning, Shannon. INSKEEP: Republicans often demonized Pelosi, and last October, a man broke into her home and attacked her husband. So Musk has promised a lot of big changes at Twitter. But information alone is powerful. So what I would tell them is that the Earth has gone through cycles for as long as there's been creation. FADEL: Millions of fans love Taylor Swift, and it's safe to say that millions do not love Ticketmaster after it stopped the release of early tickets for Swift's new stadium tour. Yet the grid ended up rankling the people it was supposed to reassure. He joined NPR in 1996 and that year his full-time assignment was the 1996 presidential primary in New Hampshire. And for Northern Ireland, which is on the island of Ireland, as you say, but part of the United Kingdom, reducing - having an open Irish border was seen as helpful for the peace process on the island and also helpful for Northern Ireland's economy. The people who blocked me from learning my past must have thought their motives were pure. Copyright 2022 NPR. There are mass resignations at Twitter after Musk's ultimatum. NPR's staff is majority female, both in its newsroom and more broadly.). He's doing it for the beer cozy and the tote bag . NPR Host Steve Inskeep on His Two Adoptions. And then Ticketmaster canceled sales to the general public, which was supposed to happen today. Indiana is among those that have begun to allow it under certain conditions, while 19 states and the District of Columbia still permit nothing without a court order. Are they saying anything? I accepted this until I became an adoptive parent in 2012 and a social worker suggested that my adopted daughter might want to know my story someday. Mike DeWine about the derailment of a freight train carrying hazardous chemicals that forced the evacuation of at least 1,500 residents. Thank you, sir. Hey, I'm the problem. Russia says it will stop participating in its last nuclear treaty with the U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders is embracing his anger. About 2 percent of U.S. residents roughly six million people are adoptees, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. And so this is seen as a really important moment not just for the U.K.-EU relationship to become better from this point onwards, but also for Northern Ireland an exciting opportunity. A reporter's indulgence no longer a secret The NBA's Damian Lillard made me a fan. I'm David Greene. Further, she was a foreign correspondent for NPR from 2005 until 2007. Im not upset with my biological mother; it was moving to learn how she managed her predicament alone. And also, I think it's really important to note, you know, to keep the platform safe for users, to keep a platform free of misleading content, illegal material, Twitter relies on a lot of people, including thousands of content moderators, who are almost all contractors. PELOSI: For may the hours come for a new generation to lead the Democratic caucus that I so deeply respect. Rescuers in Greece search for survivors of a deadly train crash. The group met several times with Lansing and NPR's . President Biden was the headliner. Maintaining the status quo is not the way to do it.". National Public Radio launched 50 years ago this week: May 3, 1971. "The hosts are the reason that those shows are so successful, along with all the people working so hard every day on those shows," John Lansing, NPR's chief executive, says in an interview. Knowing that story has altered how I think about myself, and the seemingly simple question of where Im from. He says in recent talks with NPR's labor unions, he had directed company negotiators to make sure new contracts were a win for both sides. But we won't ever meet it if we don't try. The baby was me. Some say the network does not keep its promises and makes contract negotiations unnecessarily contentious. GRISALES: Yes. Last week, in a meeting with Lansing, numerous hosts complained about the pay structure. I'm excited to bring every experience I've had along the way to NPR and to represent Los Angeles and California the best way I can.". INSKEEP: That might be the choice in 10 or 20 years. But the reality is that the American public has been paying for this advancement in solar and wind for decades. FADEL: NPR congressional correspondent Claudia Grisales is here this morning. Reaching our potential requires new avenues for growth and possibility. But nobody asked if I wanted my identity hidden from me. Laughter is a sign that you're not defeated.". Former President Donald Trump (AP Photo/Ben Gray, File) NPR, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, is widely known for its rigorous reporting and unsurpassed storytelling that connects with millions of Americans every day on the air, online, and in-person. Steve Inskeep NPR. 3 abortion bans in Texas leave doctors 'talking in code' to pregnant patients. His reporting has taken him across the United States, the Middle East, Latin More about Steve Inskeep She arranged to place the baby for adoption and gave birth the next day. Ask your smart speaker to, "Play NPR," and you'll be tuned into your local Member station's live stream. Inskeep was hired by NPR in 1996. How much do you think of your state's oil workers when you think about your positions on these issues? Disclosure: This story was reported and written by NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik and edited by NPR media and tech editor Emily Kopp and Managing Editor Terence Samuel. Everything I just told you about my biological parents was unknown to me growing up; they were such a blank that I could not even imagine what they might be like. Accuracy and availability may vary. We can't really take him just anywhere. CRAMER: That's a good metaphor (laughter). It, you know, was a crowded day in the old city. From left: Hosts Lulu Garcia-Navarro, Audie Cornish and Noel King have left NPR recently. And you said that one phrase, which makes a lot of sense - we don't want to destroy ourselves in an effort to address this problem. "Ensuring that public media reflects the people of the United States is not a responsibility or initiative, but a necessity.". But if you look at, you know, the map or the globe on my desk, you would see that Northern Ireland, a U.K. possession, is on the same island. And there are very few of those. There's a huge difference between feeling safe, and feeling stuck.". PELOSI: I was riding in the car with my brothers, and they were thrilled and jumping up and down and saying to me, Nancy, look, Nancy, look, there's the Capitol. Controversy inside the governing organization has some potential 2024 presidential contenders sitting it out. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to professor Katy Hayward of Queen's University Belfast, about the United Kingdome and European Union reaching a deal on the trading status of Northern Ireland. And I keep - every time I'd say, I don't see any capital. All rights reserved. And at the same time, other sources, like solar and wind, seem to get cheaper and cheaper all the time. A native of Carmel, Indiana, Inskeep is a graduate of Morehead State University in Kentucky. On the day NPR chief executive Vivian Schiller lost her job, I was reporting from Egypt. Typed notes from the Childrens Bureau recorded a visit with my biological mother in the hospital. Of hosting Morning Edition during the 2008 financial crisis and Great Recession, he told Nuvo magazine when "the whole world seemed to be falling apart, it was especially important for me to be amused, even if I had to be cynically amused, about the things that were going wrong. So what they're saying now is it's almost invisible. Accuracy and availability may vary. What fuels should we reject as part of that transition? A Martnez will be joining Steve Inskeep, Noel King, and Rachel Martin on this bi-coastal, 24-hour news operation. So what does this mean, if all these people are leaving, for Twitter's ability to function? At least 11 Palestinians are dead after a raid by Israeli military forces. GRISALES: Right. As a result of the hosts' advocacy, most female hosts received five-figure pay raises in subsequent individual contracts. U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is trying to gather support for a trade deal between his country and the European Union, something to replace the old trade arrangements after the U.K. left the union in Brexit. Courtesy A Martinez BOND: We don't have, you know, hard numbers on exactly how many people are left, but it doesn't look good. NPR's newest hosts A Martnez and Leila Fadel on Morning Edition and Mosley and Scott Tong on Here & Now come from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds. He is a repeat visitor to Iran and has covered wars in Syria and Yemen. Bola Ahmed Tinubu is set to be sworn in this May. STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: The prosecutors spent almost three hours presenting . And she often shone at live events and in less formal venues such as NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour podcast. The show reaches 11.5 million weekly listeners on more than 835 stations. And the issue is not to ship things further on into the U.K. Is that what you're saying? So let me make sure I understand this. Several people interviewed for this story expressed frustrations that the two sides news and programming were not run in a more unified fashion. A video of the interview, published Wednesday morning, shows Trump becoming increasingly irritated as NPR's Steve Inskeep asks him why he's still pushing debunked conspiracy theories about his . March 3, 2023 Nearly a month since the earthquakes that devastated parts of Turkey and Syria, thousands of displaced people are being moved into container housing where they might be for a year or more. You almost got in over my head, I got to tell you. Last week, after Cornish announced her departure, Garcia-Navarro tweeted, "People leave jobs for other opportunities if they are unhappy with the opportunities they have and the way they have been treated. Asked how she felt, she cried. He has lied to voters about much of his career and family history. We need greater resiliency. Now the question is, who will lead the Democrats? Congress is involved in the Ticketmaster-Taylor Swift fiasco. Is this about opening the door for younger leadership? February 23, 2023 NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Democratic Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi, who led the panel that investigated the Jan. 6 attacks, about the risk of giving access to security footage to Carlson. Listen 4:24. Some state attorneys general are investigating. February 23, 2023 Where do Americans stand with the debt ceiling debate? Because Twitter may be a small social network, but it's really influential. Unlike some Republicans, Cramer says he's willing to combat the problem by reducing carbon emissions. INSKEEP: Would you just explain for people who don't follow this every day why it would be such a problem, how trade has managed to cross that border on your island? All rights reserved. So I will attempt to provide whatever insight I can using language the internet understands lol#NPR. We still have a show to put on. Jurors in the South Carolina murder trial of former attorney Alex Murdaugh are expected to start deliberations later today. This week, he told remaining workers that they had this choice - stick around the new, hardcore Twitter, work long, intense hours, or they could leave with three months of severance. NPR's Steve Inskeep told Trump that he would keep the interview at about 15 minutes. twitter; instagram; youtube . Morning Edition hosts often get out from behind the anchor desk and travel around the world to report on the news firsthand. Its brought on a feeling of revelation, and also of anger. They have to go through checks and controls. Records were sealed to all but people directly involved. View Steve's Email (It's Free) 5 free lookups per month. "This fierce competition doesn't explain all of our losses, and we will have to work harder to eliminate every obstacle from processes to problems in the work environment that might lead someone to leave.". He will be based at NPR West in Culver City, Calif. Martnez has been the host of Take Two at KPCC in Los Angeles since 2012, before that he was a familiar voice to sports-talk radio listeners in Los Angeles as host of 710 KSPN's In the Zone. This spring, more than a dozen states are considering legislation for greater openness. like Harmon, can't just leave. If the public demands more electric vehicles - and they seem to be - then the rest of it should take care of itself. I should say that Twitter did not respond to questions about the turmoil. While NPR's news magazines define the network for tens of millions of listeners, NPR now derives more sponsorship revenue from podcasts than those news shows. CRAMER: So I don't think we should yield to China. During his tenure, Take Two has created important forums on the air and through live events that have elevated the voices and perspectives of Angelenos, and provided nuanced coverage of the region's challenges including homelessness, climate change and systemic disparities in health and education. STEELE: That is what lawmakers and officials are saying. No credit card required. You know, politics, sports, business, entertainment, social movements in countries around the world all happen on Twitter. The Supreme Court hears two cases this week that could mean big changes for social media. Picture: Rachel Martin At Morning Edition As Host Source: Current.org It's me. "For a very long time, the way things worked at NPR was kind of arbitrary, based on how much you knew and who you knew," says Sam Sanders, host of NPR's It's Been A Minute With Sam Sanders. May 28, 2014. FADEL: OK. And we think there might be some tickets left. "I realized from hearing them out last week, that that's not the case.". Agencies offered adoptive parents a chance to raise children without fear of intrusion by biological parents, and biological parents a chance to start over. A new book details what he's angry about. "How people view those hosting jobs, I suppose, are in the eye of the beholder," Lansing says. "If there's going to be a true conversation about pay equity, it has to be about the entire company," Sanders says. FADEL: Yeah. Morning Edition's new executive producer, Erika Aguilar, is Latina. INSKEEP: Katy Hayward is a professor of political sociology at Queen's University in Belfast. In addition, NPR and WBUR informed member stations last week that Tonya Mosley would leave her job as host of the network's midday show, Here & Now, at the end of the month. He went on to cover the Pentagon, the Senate, and the 2000 presidential campaign of George W. Bush. They're trying to be convinced by the U.K. and the EU as to the fact that the economic opportunities can outweigh the challenges. "There are now enormous opportunities for journalists that did not exist a decade ago, and that's generally a good thing," she wrote. Some of the things you talked about, like paying for charging stations, I think this is more of a private sector issue. "We plan to embrace and lift up new voices and build a robust, diverse pipeline of journalists ready to move into every critical role," wrote Barnes, who is white. The NPR Representative for Logistics will be responsible for monitoring the pick up of products and ensuring that they reach their intended destination. Copyright 2023 NPR. A majority were adopted domestically, with records frequently sealed, especially for older adoptees. Many of these workers have posted publicly on Twitter under a hashtag #lovewhereyouworked - it's a play on a company slogan - and posting a saluting emoji, which has become this symbol of the departures. Your speaker can also access NPR podcasts, NPR One, NPR News Now, and the Visual Newscast is available for screened speakers. But he always keeps fossil fuels in mind. Among other problems, the country of Ireland remains . NPR's Steve Inskeep and Renee Montagne will serve as interim co-hosts beginning in May. And if that workforce is reduced, that could compromise Twitter's ability to curb that content. RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST: . Her decisions left me with the family that I needed that I love. HARMON: We have a disabled child. And, you know, she signed up for this program with Ticketmaster. I am angry that for 50 years, my state denied me the story of how I came to live on this earth. Find Steve Inskeep of Morning Edition and Up First's articles, email address, contact information, Twitter and more. INSKEEP: (Laughter) Drilling deep. January 12, 2022 10:42am. STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: . February 21, 2023 NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with Independent Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont about his latest book: It's OK to Be Angry About Capitalism. Major changes within the industry have shifted where many journalists' ambitions lie. Steve Inskeep is a host of NPR's Morning Edition, as well as NPR's morning news podcast Up First.. And 78% of all hires were people of color, up from roughly half over the previous two years. Former President Donald Trump cut short a call with NPR's Steve Inskeep during an interview in which the radio host pushed back on Trump's false claims of election fraud. Website. FADEL: That sounds bad enough business wise, but are there legal issues as well? Steve Inskeep Steve Inskeep is a host of NPR's Morning Edition, as well as NPR's morning news podcast Up First. The group met several times with Lansing and NPR's chief human resources official, Carrie Storer. Tom Brenner for The New York Times. By Steve Inskeep Mr. Inskeep, a co-host of NPR's "Morning Edition" and "Up First," is an adoptee and an adoptive father. And so that can - you know, as Senator Amy Klobuchar said, that can result in dramatic service failures. We're going to explore why that might be by focusing on one of the big issues addressed in the bill, climate change. Steve Inskeep is a host of NPR's Morning Edition, as well as NPR's morning news podcast Up First. Steve Inskeep is a host of NPR's Morning Edition, as well as NPR's morning news podcast Up First. Trump hangs up on NPR host during interview. This text may not be in its final form and may be updated or revised in the future. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff, a member of the House Jan. 6 committee about the panel's priorities before the end of the year and the legacy it will leave. Increasingly, outlets owned by for-profit companies, such as The New York Times and The New Yorker, are also creating programming for public radio stations that competes with NPR offerings.

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