The cornerstone of the (Mostly) Public Radio brand, journalistic storytelling at its finest, exploring breaking news and critical cultural moments with award-winning reporters who go directly to the source. (Most) Things Considered travels the nation and the world to bring to life stories about war, love, science, art, culture, and much more.
This Week’s Breaking Stories:
Things did not go as planned as celebrity chef Paula Deen spoke what was supposed to be an apology to African Americans at the 2013 BET Awards.
Musician will.i.am filed suit against fellow musician Pharrell over the “I Am” trademark, prompting famed Dr. Seuss character Sam I am to sue will.i.am.
We take you on the voyage that countless of persecuted American Christians are forced to take from northern states to southern states that embrace Christian values.
The “Minute Men’s Pride Patrol” starts an unusual protest on the steps of the U.S. Supreme court during the Defense of Marriage Act deliberations.
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