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Today at 10:00am
Noah Cowan took the helm of the San Francisco Film Society just two months before the organization's biggest event: the San Francisco International Film Festival, which starts next week.
The Really Big Questions
Tonight at 8:00pm
What drives us to be greedy one day and giving the next? This new series brings scientists and philosophers together to explore what makes us human. Today, the mysteries of cooperation, collaboration and altruism.
Today at 1:00pm
Terry Gross talks with Bryan Burrough, lead writer of the new Vanity Fair article about Edward Snowden, called "The Snowden Saga: A Shadowland of Secrets and Light."
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NPR Hourly News
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The California Report
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- State Senate Leader Drops Carbon Tax Proposal, Unveils New Cap-and-Trade Plan
- Final Deadline Arrives to Sign Up for Health Care
- Study: Heavy Tax Burden Still Falls on Low-Income Workers