Acting Attorney General Says He Hasn't Discussed Mueller Probe With White House

Updated at 5:32 p.m. ET Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker vowed Friday that he hasn't interfered in any way with the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Whitaker also told the House Judiciary Committee that although he's been briefed about the work of special counsel Robert Mueller, he has been the "endpoint" for all the information he's gotten and he hasn't discussed it with anyone at the White House. Whitaker told lawmakers he didn't want to...

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JPR Live Session: Doe Paoro

On her third album Soft Power , L.A.-based Doe Paoro digs into her own frustration and anguish, and ultimately comes away with a newfound strength that’s profoundly inspiring.

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The Subtle Warning Signs Of Earthquakes

By now, most of us are familiar with the basic mechanics of earthquakes: there are cracks in the earth's crust, and movement along those cracks or faults makes for quakes. Scientists expect a major earthquake along the Cascadia Subduction Zone, and it may give a warning. Research shows swarms of small quakes may act as harbingers of much bigger seismic events.

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Former California Gov. Jerry Brown favored poster board charts for his budget presentations, while new Gov. Gavin Newsom chose a PowerPoint slideshow for his first budget presentation.
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In Style And Substance, Gavin Newsom Goes His Own Way

Former California Gov. Jerry Brown favored poster board charts for his budget presentations, while new Gov. Gavin Newsom chose a PowerPoint slideshow for his first budget presentation. Andrew Nixon/Capital Public Radio (top) and Ben Adler/Capital Public Radio (bottom) One month ago today, Gavin Newsom succeeded Jerry Brown as California governor. And anyone doubting the start of a new era in the California governors office need only watch Newsoms January state budget presentation. I, unlike...

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Residents Of Paradise And Other Towns Destroyed By Wildfire Must Wait To Go Home

Three months have passed since the deadly Camp Fire devastated towns in the mountains of Butte County, Calif., leaving residents with burned-out properties covered with potentially toxic debris. In the mountain hamlet of Concow, one ridge over from Paradise, folks say they're used to wildfires and cleaning up after them. They load up a pickup a few times and haul the debris away to the dump. At least that's how they remember it being in 2008 after the last wildfire; but this time around, the...

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Meg Hutchinson Live Session

Nov 19, 2010
Geoff Riley

This live session archive from November 19th, 2011 features artist Meg Hutchinson.

Wood Brothers Live Session

Sep 20, 2010
Mark Butterfield

This live session archive from October 20th, 2009 features band The Wood Brothers, made up of brothers Chris and Oliver Wood and full-time band member Jano Rix.

Tommy Emmanuel Live Session

Sep 3, 2010
Mark Butterfield

This archived live session features artist Tommy Emmanuel.

Darol Anger Live Session

Jul 13, 2010
Mark Butterfield

This archived live session from July 13th, 2010 features artist Darol Anger.

Jonatha Brooke Live Session

Apr 22, 2010

This live session from April 22nd, 2010 features artist Jonatha Brooke.

Kara Grainger Live Session Archive

Feb 24, 2010
Mark Butterfield

This live session archive from February 24th, 2010 features artist Kara Grainger.

Andrew Bird Live Session

Jul 16, 2009
Mark Butterfield

This archived live session from July 16th, 2009 features artist Andrew Bird.

Jesse Cook Live Session

Jul 11, 2008

This live session archive from July 11th, 2008 features artist Jesse Cook.

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