Russell Lewis

Southern Bureau Chief, NPR


I am NPR's Southern U.S. Bureau Chief. Usually in Birmingham. Often in DC. Other times in ATL, Tokyo, Port-au-Prince, Port-of-Spain, Anchorage, London, Tacloban

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Interesting mystery... “@NYTimes: What Was This American Plane Doing In Iran?”…
The Earth is cranky, apparently. Lots of big earthquakes today. Magnitude 5, 6 & 7's all around the planet.
In 8-minutes @SpaceX is to launch a rocket to the space station. 35,000+ are watching the stream:
Only question is weather. "@NASA: The @SpaceX rocket is on pad, poised to launch at 3:25p ET today to #ISS."
For the first time. “@nprnews: Scientists Spot A Planet That Looks Like 'Earth's Cousin'
@airchive Chris, I was just reading up on what happened. I am so, so sorry.
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