NPR News: Week In Politics: Senate GOP Health Care Bill, Georgia Special Election

Week In Politics: Senate GOP Health Care Bill, Georgia Special Election
NPR’s Kelly McEvers talks with our regular political commentators, E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post and Brookings Institution, and David Brooks of The New York Times, about the Senate Republican health care bill, the special election in Georgia, and the latest on the investigations into the Trump administration and Russia.

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NPR News: Week In Politics: Senate GOP Health Care Bill, Georgia Special Election

NPR News: Disney Is Taking Stereotypes And Diversity Seriously, Or Is It?

Disney Is Taking Stereotypes And Diversity Seriously, Or Is It?
From “Moana” to “Beauty and the Beast” and “Zootopia,” new Disney films for children are becoming more inclusive and questioning of racial and gender stereotypes. A look at new Disney films, stereotypes, representation and diversity.

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NPR News: Disney Is Taking Stereotypes And Diversity Seriously, Or Is It?

NPR News: What Does Mistrial In Cosby’s Case Mean In Court Of Public Opinion?

What Does Mistrial In Cosby’s Case Mean In Court Of Public Opinion?
On this Father’s Day, NPR’s TV critic Eric Deggans analyzes the impact of the mistrial in the sexual assault case against superstar comic and philanthropist, Bill Cosby — once known as America’s Dad.

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NPR News: What Does Mistrial In Cosby’s Case Mean In Court Of Public Opinion?

NPR News: ‘Gracious Address’ By Queen Elizabeth II Won’t Have All The Ceremonial Dress

‘Gracious Address’ By Queen Elizabeth II Won’t Have All The Ceremonial Dress
All the pomp and circumstance of Elizabeth II’s speech to Parliament won’t be all the pomp and circumstance it usually is. That’s a bummer for NPR’s Melissa Block as she writes in this commentary.

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NPR News: ‘Gracious Address’ By Queen Elizabeth II Won’t Have All The Ceremonial Dress