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boingboing.net — As noted in an earlier Boing Boing post today, Miles O'Brien is hosting a Kennedy Center event in the nation's capital tonight, to honor the life and legacy of astronaut Sally Ride. She died in 2012 of pancreatic cancer. This just in: here's Miles on PBS NewsHour tonight, talking about his encounters with Ride.
pbs.org — By: Miles O'Brien Editor's note: On Monday, PBS NewsHour science correspondent Miles O'Brien will serve as master of ceremonies at an event honoring the legacy of astronaut Sally Ride at Washington, D.C.'s John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
pbs.org — By: Miles O'Brien This is the first of two PBS NewsHour reports on hexavalent chromium, a chemical found in U.S. drinking water and the agency charged with regulating it. This report aired on March 13. There is nothing more frustrating for a reporter than posing legitimate, reasonable questions to a representative of a federal agency and, in response, being told to talk to the hand.
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