Steve Inskeep is co-host of NPR's Morning Edition and author of a forthcoming book about Karachi, Pakistan.
College radio is everywhere, so I could hear both Vampire Weekend and NPR at the flip of a switch.
He was on the NPR show Fresh Air to talk about that issue when host Terri Gross asked him if he still opposed gay marriage.
The dispute between the collaborators is also an argument about who receives recognition for the scandal that rocked NPR.
Her recent work has also appeared on PBS, NPR, The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, and AOL's Politics Daily.
Bruni told NPR last summer that she changed the name because it was easier to rhyme.
Federal funding for NPR should rise or fall on its own merits.
I debated one of these types from the Second Amendment Foundation on NPR recently regarding the CDC.
Today on Morning Edition, NPR aired my interview with Steve Inskeep.
His work appears regularly in the media, including on MSNBC, CSPAN, NPR, Fox Radio, USA Today, The New Yorker, and Salon.