Presidential Race
4:34 pm
Mon September 17, 2012

Romney Disparages Obama Voters In Hidden Video

Originally published on Mon September 17, 2012 4:39 pm

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AUDIE CORNISH, HOST:

Now to a development surrounding Mitt Romney's campaign. After several days of stumbles on the trail and internal squabbling spilling into public view, Romney's campaign vowed to get back to substance today. Romney delivered a speech to a Latino group in Los Angeles today touting his economic plan and touching on immigration. But the spotlight was stolen by a report on the website Mother Jones.

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'Another Thing': Test Your Clever Skills
4:27 pm
Mon September 17, 2012

'Another Thing': Obie The Dachshund's Big Slim-Down

iStockphoto.com

Originally published on Mon October 15, 2012 11:57 am

Each week, All Things Considered and Lenore Skenazy, author of the book and blog Free-Range Kids, bring you "Another Thing," an on-air puzzle to test your cleverness skills. We take a trend in the news and challenge you to help us satirize it with a song title, a movie name or something else wacky.

This week's challenge: The owner of a 77-pound dachshund named Obie is blogging about her efforts to slim him down by 40 pounds. If she succeeds, we can probably expect a book.

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It's All Politics
4:21 pm
Mon September 17, 2012

Despite Recent Romney Stumbles, Presidential Race Is Far From Over

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney addresses the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Monday in Los Angeles.
Charles Dharapak AP

Originally published on Mon September 17, 2012 4:53 pm

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney appears a man under siege.

His political strategists are feuding over the direction of the campaign. He bungled his "presidential moment" with an ill-timed and ill-informed response to violence in Libya that led to the death of a U.S. ambassador and three other Americans.

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It's All Politics
3:46 pm
Mon September 17, 2012

Obama, Romney In Tug Of War Over China Trade

Shipping containers sit at a port in Tianjin, China, on Feb. 28.
Alexander F. Yuan AP

Originally published on Sun October 21, 2012 4:04 pm

President Obama kicked off the week in the battleground state of Ohio, where he spent much of the time Monday talking about China.

His administration filed a new trade complaint against China with the World Trade Organization on Monday. The White House is challenging Chinese subsidies for auto parts.

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The Two-Way
3:31 pm
Mon September 17, 2012

Occupy Wall Street Marks One-Year Anniversary; More Than 100 Arrested

A man looks down at a sign during the Occupy Wall Street protest on the one year anniversary of the movement in New York.
Stan Honda AFP/Getty Images

The one-year anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement brought rallies and arrests Monday, as protesters marched in New York and other cities. More than 100 arrests were reported in New York, where activists marched near the city's stock exchange.

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Presidential Race
3:05 pm
Mon September 17, 2012

Obama Files New Trade Complaint Against China

Originally published on Mon September 17, 2012 4:39 pm

Transcript

AUDIE CORNISH, HOST:

From NPR News, this is ALL THINGS CONSIDERED. I'm Audie Cornish. We begin this hour with President Obama on the campaign trail. He was in the battleground state of Ohio today, but he spent much of his time talking about China. President Obama even announced a new trade complaint against China during a campaign stop in Cincinnati.

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Bioneers
2:48 pm
Mon September 17, 2012

Radical Patriotism: Growing Growers and Seeding Leaders for a Real Food Future

Photo by Harsha KR. Flickr

Wed. 9/19 8.30a: What happens when green turns to grey?  Fewer than 5 perecnt of 2 million American farmers are under 45 years old.

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All Tech Considered
2:48 pm
Mon September 17, 2012

Singapore's Rising Tech Industry Draws Expat Innovators And Investors

Andrew Roth is co-founder of Perx, a Singapore-based firm that uses smartphones as virtual loyalty cards.
Anthony Kuhn NPR

Originally published on Mon September 17, 2012 4:39 pm

For the past six years in a row, the World Bank has rated the Southeast Asian city-state of Singapore as the easiest place in the world to do business. Drawn in part by this reputation, money and talent are pouring into the island nation's growing technology sector.

One of Facebook's co-founders recently renounced his American citizenship and relocated to Singapore, where he has been investing in tech startups.

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Native America Calling
2:34 pm
Mon September 17, 2012

Poverty on Native Lands 2012

Phillip Capper Flickr

Tue. 9/18 11a: Tavis Smiley and Cornel West, hosts of "Smiley & West," took their show on the road to highlight the plight of poor people of all races in the Poverty Tour 2.0 and it was aired live on Native Voice One last week.

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Reporter's Notebook
2:31 pm
Mon September 17, 2012

For Liberian Youth, A Creative Outlet In Krumping

Franklyn Dunbar, 17, practices krumping with his crew at his mother's house in Paynesville, a suburb of Monrovia, Liberia. Dunbar was born in New York, but moved to his home country of Liberia seven years ago.
Tamasin Ford NPR

Originally published on Mon September 17, 2012 4:39 pm

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