Shakeup at NPR (latest news, analysis, video)

ABOUT THIS STORY |  NPR came under fire over its firing of Juan Williams on October 20, 2010 after the commentator said on Fox News that he gets nervous when he sees people in Muslim dress on planes. NPR's top news executive Ellen Weiss resigned after a review of the firing. This week, the media organization came under renewed criticism after a "sting" video surfaced in which an NPR executive called tea party members racist and xenophobic. On Wednesday, NPR's CEO Vivian Schiller stepped down.

CEO Vivian Schiller resigned after a "sting" video surfaced showing NPR execs disparaging Tea Party members.
Secretly recorded phone calls cast NPR fundraiser in unflattering light
An NPR fundraising executive said her organization would be willing to shield a would-be donor from a government audit by keeping the donor's name anonymous, according to a series of surreptitiously recorded phone calls released on Thursday by a conservative activist.

An open letter from journalists at NPR

NPR CEO Vivian Schiller resigns after undercover video

NPR exec is out after calling tea party members racist, xenophobic in secretly recorded video

NPR firing prompts review of leadership

Supporters decry exit of NPR's Ellen Weiss in Juan Williams firing

NPR editor resigns over Juan Williams firing

NPR fiasco leaves little effect on member stations

NPR receives bomb threat; timing suggests link to Juan Williams firing

Amid anger, regret over Williams's firing, NPR staffers fear financial backlash

Juan Williams: NPR was "antagonistic" about Fox appearance

Defund NPR radio? Who's funding it anyway?

Republican calls to defund NPR grow

44: Mike Huckabee: Defund NPR over firing

Juan Williams at odds with NPR over dismissal

Sarah Palin, citing Juan Williams' firing, says it's time to 'defund' NPR

Other career-changing gaffes


Live Q&A, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday: NPR Ombudsman

User poll: What's your take on NPR's plan to change its policies?

User poll: Was NPR right to fire Juan Williams?

Q&A recap: Post reporter Paul Farhi discusses Juan Williams firing

Q&A recap: Ethics specialist Kelly McBride discusses Juan Williams firing


Cantor on NPR: 'Truth finally came out'

NPR CEO quits after controversial video

NPR Executive blasts Tea Party in hidden-camera video

Juan Williams reacts to Weiss's resignation

Williams appears on 'O'Reilly' Thursday night to discuss firing

Williams on 'GMA': 'They were looking for a reason to get rid of me'

NPR CEO: Williams 'Muslim' comment broke rules

Report: Fox hires Juan Williams

Williams's remarks about Muslims, terrorism on 'O'Reilly'


Akbar Ahmed: A Muslim response to Juan Williams

On Leadership: The First Amendment never protected your job

Reuel Marc Gerecht: Juan Williams, the truthful dissident

On Faith: A Muslim response to Juan Williams

Blog Post: Juan Williams and the year of unairing your opinion

Blog Network: Sensitivity Police Strike

Rough Sketch: NPR fired Juan Williams for this? My plane danger list.

Plum Line: Should Juan Williams have been fired?

EDITORIAL: NPR's hasty decision to fire pundit Juan Williams

Juan Williams's Shirley Sherrod moment

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