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National
6:10pm Mar 23, 2019
World News World News National Science Environment

What Recent Destructive Cyclones Tell Us About Climate

A cyclone hit Southern Africa and a "bomb cyclone" hit Nebraska causing massive flooding. NPR's Michel Martin talks to climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe about the climate implications of these events
5:43pm Mar 23, 2019
National National

Mueller's Investigation, According To The Media

For the nearly two years since Special Counsel Robert Mueller was appointed, cable networks CNN, MSNBC and Fox have shaped Americans' perceptions of his investigation with their coverage.
World
6:10pm Mar 23, 2019
World News World News National Science Environment

What Recent Destructive Cyclones Tell Us About Climate

A cyclone hit Southern Africa and a "bomb cyclone" hit Nebraska causing massive flooding. NPR's Michel Martin talks to climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe about the climate implications of these events
Arts
12:28pm Mar 23, 2019
Arts Arts

Not My Job: We Quiz Comedian Aidy Bryant On '80s Brians

Back in the 1980s, there were a lot of Brians, so we'll ask the SNL star three questions — about musician Brian Eno, director Brian De Palma, and Brian Johnson of AC/DC — and see how she does.