Congressional Republicans are pledging to confirm no one President Obama appoints to the Supreme Court.
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SHELBURNE FALLS, Mass. — A collection of poems and stories by Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, resident and former park ranger Kathleen O'Rourke called "What I've Seen" highlights her years interpreting nature in Utah, Nevada, North Dakota and at Mount Greylock, in Western Massachusetts.
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Credit the respect Duke Ellington had earned elsewhere in the world with making it necessary for New Orleans to begin getting its act together before a bonafide jazz festival would be presented in the city of the music's birth.
Austrian pianist Alfred Brendel has been described as one of the greatist pianists of all time. Among his many accomplishments, Brendel ...
Department Chair of Psychology at Smith College, Patricia DiBartolo, spoke about the crippling side effects of perfectionism
Many Americans hoped President Barack Obama would be the next Lincoln. But commentator Elizabeth Vozzola says Lincoln didn't start out as a great leader. He evolved.
Earlier in the season, many suggested Payton Manning was through and should retire. He has since rebounded and will lead his Denver Broncos against the Carolina Panthers in Sunday's NFL Super Bowl.
Amherst, Mass. — Tyrone Parham was sworn in Friday as chief of police at UMass Amherst.
Justice Antonin Scalia served on the Supreme Court for decades. Rachel Martin talks with two of his former legal clerks — one from his early years on the Court and one from the middle of his career.
At these temperatures, exposed skin can lead to frostbite as little as ten minutes.
Because it's a presidential election year, should President Obama not nominate a new Supreme Court justice? Rachel Martin and NPR justice correspondent Carrie Johnson discuss.