The Two-Way
11:26 am
Mon November 12, 2012

Lance Armstrong Cuts Formal Ties With Livestrong Charity

Lance Armstrong competes in the Rev3 Half Full Triathalon Sunday in Ellicott City, Md. Armstrong joined other cancer survivors in the event, which raised funds for the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.
Steve Ruark AP

The fallout from the Lance Armstrong doping scandal continues: Today, Livestrong announced the cyclist had cut all formal ties with the cancer charity.

AP reports:

"Armstrong resigned from the board of directors for Livestrong on Nov. 4. He had previously resigned as chairman from the charity he founded Oct. 17 but had kept a seat on the board. ...

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The Second Term
11:00 am
Mon November 12, 2012

What Progressives Like Van Jones Want In Next Term

Van Jones has become a leading voice on the progressive left. That only happened after a short stint as the Obama administration's Green Jobs czar. Jones is now the co-founder of the policy group, Rebuild the Dream. He talks with host Michel Martin about what progressives should expect — and demand — in a second Obama term.

Election 2012
11:00 am
Mon November 12, 2012

Was Unlimited Cash Over-Hyped In Election 2012?

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MICHEL MARTIN, HOST:

I'm Michel Martin and this is TELL ME MORE from NPR News. Coming up, with the election now over President Obama and members of Congress are getting no end of free advice about how they should spend the next four years. So today and tomorrow, we'll talk about that with people we are calling the loyal opposition. Today, we speak with one of Mr. Obama's former advisors, Van Jones, and we'll ask him what progressives want to see in the next four years.

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Music
11:00 am
Mon November 12, 2012

Olympic Runner Gets Pumped Up With Vampire Weekend

U.S. Olympian Leo Manzano won the Silver Medal in the men's 1500 meter run, becoming the first American to do so since 1968. In Tell Me More's occasional series, "In Your Ear," Manzano talks about the kind of music that gets him pumped and ready to run.

Mountain Stage
10:50 am
Mon November 12, 2012

Rodney Crowell On Mountain Stage

Brian Blauser Mountain Stage

Singer-songwriter Rodney Crowell makes his fourth appearance on Mountain Stage, recorded live on the campus of Ohio University in Athens. From the time he arrived in Nashville in the early '70s, Crowell has remained one of country music's most important songwriters. His work with Emmylou Harris' Hot Band — and, later, alongside Vince Gill and Tony Brown in The Cherry Bombs — is the stuff of legend.

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The Two-Way
9:55 am
Mon November 12, 2012

Israel Reports 'Direct Hits' On Source Of Mortar Fire From Syria

An Israeli armored vehicle at the entrance of Tel Hazeka Israeli army base in the Golan Heights on Sunday.
Jini Xinhua /Landov

Originally published on Sun November 18, 2012 8:11 am

Some of the latest news on the conflict in Syria:

-- Israel Fires Back. "Israeli troops fired tank shells into Syria on Monday in retaliation for a mortar round that struck near an army post in the Golan Heights, scoring 'direct hits' on the source of the fire, the [Israeli] army said." (Al-Jazeera)

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Monkey See
9:52 am
Mon November 12, 2012

Let's Rush To Judgment: 'World War Z'

Brad Pitt in World War Z.
Jaap Buitendijk Paramount Pictures

Originally published on Wed November 14, 2012 7:17 am

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The Two-Way
9:05 am
Mon November 12, 2012

Woman In Petraeus Affair Spoke About Having Access To Classified Information

Paula Broadwell in July 2011.
ISAF Reuters /Landov

Paula Broadwell, the woman whose extramarital affair with retired Gen. David Petraeus led to his resignation Friday from the post of CIA director, is a major in the Army Reserve who specializes in counterterrorism issues. She's also the author of All In: The Education of General David Petraeus, a biography of the former top U.S. commander in Afghanistan.

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Monkey See
8:52 am
Mon November 12, 2012

'Skyfall' And An Auteur's Bond: A Fan Makes Peace With An Artsy 007

Daniel Craig stars as James Bond in Skyfall.
Francois Duhamel Sony Pictures

Originally published on Mon November 12, 2012 2:53 pm

Skyfall, the 23rd canonical James Bond movie, came out in the U.S. this weekend. I am pleased to reaffirm what you've already read about it if you care at all about James Bond movies: The film is good and occasionally great, restoring the character to his rightful station as the grandest of screen spies — or at least the one most likely to take time to introduce himself to the targets of his spycraft by his last, then his first-and-last, names. I assume he formed this habit after people began showing a quite sensible reluctance to accept his business card.

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The Two-Way
7:18 am
Mon November 12, 2012

Top Stories: Veterans Day; Indianapolis Search; Petraeus Affair Aftermath

Two weeks after Superstorm Sandy, clean-up continues in the heavily damaged Rockaway neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City.
Spencer Platt Getty Images
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