biden apJoe Biden ended his FIRST presidential campaign in 1987, after he was caught borrowing his stump speech from a British politician. But as the chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee during the Supreme Court nomination of Robert Bork, Biden had a graceful exit from the campaign. How his decision to drop out became a pivotal moment for the U.S. Senate. Plus, what happens next in the impeachment battle? Join us for Morning Edition from NPR News.

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December 31, 2020

Minding Our Mental Health in The New Year on Morning Edition – Friday at 6am

A winter in isolation could strain mental and physical health, but psychologists say we can still stay close to our loved ones. Getting creative about connecting in the new year. Plus, Sister Sadie is the first group made up entirely of women musicians to win the bluegrass industry’s top award.…
December 28, 2020

The Push to End the Federal Death Penalty on Morning Edition – Tuesday at 6am

The Trump administration has accelerated the pace of federal executions to historic levels. Now, activists are looking to President-elect Biden to reverse that. The push to end the federal death penalty, on the next Morning Edition from NPR News. Morning Edition from NPR News airs weekday mornings…
Jun 30, 2019

Unpredictability Of Judging In Sports

With the controversy in Olympic ice skating, commentator Frank Deford says the business of sports judging needs an overhaul.Copyright 2019 NPR. To…
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