Standards & Practices editor @ NPR.

Why You're Not Seeing Those 'Charlie Hebdo' Cartoons

wabe.org — Wednesday's attack at the Paris office of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo is thought to have been the work of killers who believe cartoons can be so offensive that they justified the murder of 12 people. News organizations and people around the world obviously believe the opposite - that no one deserves to die just because he's rude, crude or otherwise obnoxious.

Why You're Not Seeing Those 'Charlie Hebdo' Cartoons

kcur.org — Wednesday's attack at the Paris office of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo is thought to have been the work of killers who believe cartoons can be so offensive that they justified the murder of 12 people. News organizations and people around the world obviously believe the opposite - that no one deserves to die just because he's rude, crude or otherwise obnoxious.

Why You're Not Seeing Those 'Charlie Hebdo' Cartoons

kuow.org — Wednesday's attack at the Paris office of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo is thought to have been the work of killers who believe cartoons can be so offensive that they justified the murder of 12 people. News organizations and people around the world obviously believe the opposite - that no one deserves to die just because he's rude, crude or otherwise obnoxious.

Why You're Not Seeing Those 'Charlie Hebdo' Cartoons

wnyc.org — Wednesday's attack at the Paris office of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo is thought to have been the work of killers who believe cartoons can be so offensive that they justified the murder of 12 people. News organizations and people around the world obviously believe the opposite - that no one deserves to die just because he's rude, crude or otherwise obnoxious.

Why You're Not Seeing Those 'Charlie Hebdo' Cartoons

npr.org — Wednesday's attack at the Paris office of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo is thought to have been the work of killers who believe cartoons can be so offensive that they justified the murder of 12 people. News organizations and people around the world obviously believe the opposite - that no one deserves to die just because he's rude, crude or otherwise obnoxious.

France On Alert, Closing Embassies, After Magazine Publishes Muhammad Cartoons

npr.org — A French magazine's publication today of "crude caricatures" depicting the Prophet Muhammad has that nation on alert and preparing to close 20 of its embassies in Muslim nations. As France 24 writes, the publication of the images by the weekly Charlie Hebdo comes "amid growing unrest over an anti-Islamic film that has left dozens dead."

The 'NPR Grammar Hall Of Shame' Opens With 'I' And 'Me'

wlrn.org — We asked for nominations for "most misused word or phrase," and they came pouring in. Weekend Edition listeners and NPR.org readers have many gripes about the grammar gaffes they see and hear every day. From nearly 450 story comments, 500 emails and more than 900 Facebook posts we received in December, we identified 275 separate nominees.

The 'NPR Grammar Hall Of Shame' Opens With 'I' And 'Me'

kuow.org — We asked for nominations for "most misused word or phrase," and they came pouring in. Weekend Edition listeners and NPR.org readers have many gripes about the grammar gaffes they see and hear every day. From nearly 450 story comments, 500 emails and more than 900 Facebook posts we received in December, we identified 275 separate nominees.

The 'NPR Grammar Hall Of Shame' Opens With 'I' And 'Me'

wgbhnews.org — We asked for nominations for "most misused word or phrase," and they came pouring in. Weekend Edition listeners and NPR.org readers have many gripes about the grammar gaffes they see and hear every day. From nearly 450 story comments, 500 emails and more than 900 Facebook posts we received in December, we identified 275 separate nominees.

The 'NPR Grammar Hall Of Shame' Opens With 'I' And 'Me'

npr.org — We asked for nominations for "most misused word or phrase," and they came pouring in. Weekend Edition listeners and NPR.org readers have many gripes about the grammar gaffes they see and hear every day. From nearly 450 story comments, 500 emails and more than 900 Facebook posts we received in December, we identified 275 separate nominees.
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Jan 30, 2015

@craignewmark @mkramer @mathewi Thx! Daily' is a reach, tho. More like every few days. Maybe it feels like I'm nagging folks all the time!

Jan 30, 2015

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