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Elise Hu covers technology for NPR's online and on-air platforms. She joined the public media company in 2011 to lead the digital launch of NPR's StateImpact network. A Texas native, she was previously a founding reporter at The Texas Tribune, a non-profit online news startup devoted to government and politics. While at the Tribune, Elise oversaw television partnerships and multimedia projects; contributed to The New York Times' expanded ...

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National Edward R. Murrow Award

2010 - Best Use of Video
In recognition of what the Association terms "outstanding achievements in electronic journalism."

Gannett Foundation Award for Innovation in Watchdog Journalism

2010 - Watchdog Journalism
The Gannett Foundation Award for Innovation in Watchdog Journalism recognizes groundbreaking journalists in their quest to help communities understand and address important issues through creativity and the use of digital tools.

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The 'Livelihood Loophole' And Other Weaknesses Of N. Korea Sanctions

nprillinois.org — The ground had barely stopped shaking from North Korea's most recent nuclear test last week when the international condemnations began. President Obama called the test destabilizing and provocative. South Korean President Park Geun-hye said the test displayed North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's "maniacal recklessness."

The 'Livelihood Loophole' And Other Weaknesses Of N. Korea Sanctions

kpbs.org — The ground had barely stopped shaking from North Korea's most recent nuclear test last week when the international condemnations began. President Obama called the test destabilizing and provocative. South Korea's President Park Geun-hye said the test displayed North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's "maniacal recklessness."

The 'Livelihood Loophole' And Other Weaknesses Of N. Korea Sanctions

npr.org — Enlarge this image The ground had barely stopped shaking from North Korea's most recent nuclear test last week when the international condemnations began. President Obama called the test destabilizing and provocative. South Korea's President Park Geun-hye said the test displayed North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's "maniacal recklessness."

North Korea Conducts Fifth Nuclear Test

wpr.org — Updated 7:15 a.m. ET North Korea confirmed it has conducted its fifth test of a nuclear weapon, the second this year. The test occurred Friday morning local time. The North's state TV said the test "examined and confirmed" the design of a nuclear warhead intended for placement on a ballistic missile.

North Korea Conducts Its 5th Test Of Nuclear Weapon

radio.wosu.org — Updated 11:15 a.m. ET North Korea confirmed it has conducted its fifth test of a nuclear weapon, the second this year. The test occurred Friday morning local time and triggered a magnitude 5.3 seismic event. The North's state TV said the test "examined and confirmed" the design of a nuclear warhead intended for placement on a ballistic missile.

North Korea Conducts Its 5th Test Of Nuclear Weapon

kpbs.org — North Korea confirmed it has conducted its fifth test of a nuclear weapon, the second this year. The test occurred Friday morning local time and triggered a magnitude 5.3 seismic event. The North's state TV said the test "examined and confirmed" the design of a nuclear warhead intended for placement on a ballistic missile.

Seismic Activity In North Korea Indicates Possible Fifth Nuclear Test

npr.org — Enlarge this image A magnitude 5.3 earthquake shook parts of northeastern North Korea Friday morning, possibly indicating North Korea has conducted a fifth nuclear test. South Korea and Japan's leadership immediately convened emergency meetings in response, with Seoul indicating the shallow depth of the quake indicates it's artificial and likely caused by a bomb detonating underground.

Laos: A Remote Battleground For North And South Korea

kpbs.org — North Korea and South Korea maintain strict separation most everywhere in the world. Yet oddly, one of the few places they intersect is Laos, the small, communist nation that's long had ties with the North and now has growing links with the South.

Would You Like A Side Of Propaganda? Lunch At A North Korean Restaurant

ww2.kqed.org — The North Korean regime's network of overseas restaurants have enjoyed a bit of renown this year, after the defection en masse of 13 restaurant workers from one of the Pyongyang dining outposts in Northeastern China this spring. Those restaurant workers are now in South Korea, having absconded in the biggest mass defection from North Korea in history.

Laos: A Remote Battleground For North and South Korea

npr.org — Enlarge this image North Korea and South Korea maintain strict separation most everywhere in the world. Yet oddly, one of the few places they intersect is Laos, the small, communist nation that's long had ties with the North and now has growing links with the South.
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