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Masterpiece: Victoria Season 2

Discontent is growing in the country, and Victoria throws a costume ball in a misguided attempt to help the silk weavers of Spitalfields. Sunday, January 21 at 9 pm

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Germany's Social Democrats Party Votes For Formal Coalition Talks With Merkel

After five hours of uncharacteristic sniping and emotion, Germany's Social Democrats at a party congress in Bonn on Sunday voted 362-279 to enter into formal talks with Chancellor Angela Merkel to form a new German government. It's a vital step to ending a nearly four-month long political crisis in Germany after last September's elections failed to give any party – including Merkel's conservatives – a majority. Previous attempts by the chancellor to join with other German political parties in a governing coalition failed. The Social Democrats had also initially refused to join her, given their historically poor showing during the last elections. Many in the party interpreted the results as voter backlash to the last government, in which they were also partnered with the conservatives. Social Democrats who opposed forming a new government with Merkel argued that the values of their party were at stake and that their leaders shouldn't be afraid of new elections, which were likely if the
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Tell Us: How Is The Government Shutdown Affecting You?

Lawmakers in Washington are locked in a standoff that has led to a partial shutdown of the federal government, and weekend attempts to dig out of it haven't made much progress. The standstill is starting to send ripples of anxiety through Washington and the rest of the country that a shutdown could continue into the week. NPR would like to know how the shutdown is affecting you — whether it's your job or a government service you might need. Please fill out the form below. We may use your responses on air or online or contact you for more information. Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.
January 21, 2018

As Pence Tours Mideast, Tension Lingers Over Trump's Jerusalem Decision

After talks with the leaders of Egypt and Jordan where he was made to explain and navigate the fallout from the Trump administration's controversial decision last month to acknowledge Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, Vice President Mike Pence is now on his way to meet with the Israeli government, which many expect will receive him warmly. Pence is not scheduled to speak with Palestinian leaders during his tour of the region. Pence's trip — originally planned for December before being delayed to allow the vice president to stay in Washington, D.C. to vote on the GOP tax bill — comes as the U.S. government remains shut down. Pence addressed the government closure on Sunday, placing the blame with Democrats and saying that negotiations over immigration would not resume until the government was up and running again. Meeting Sunday at the Royal Palace, the official working office of Jordan's King Abdullah, Pence called President Trump's decision last month to recognize Jerusalem as the
January 21, 2018

Read 'Em And Weep: Celebrating 35 Years Of Opera Supertitles

In 1983, the Canadian Opera Company in Toronto tried a grand experiment. While the singers performed Elektra in German onstage, simultaneous translations in English were projected above the stage. These "supertitles," as they've come to be known, were quickly adopted at opera houses and are now an expected part of the opera-going experience. The idea came from the company's artistic director, the late Lotfi Mansouri, who recalled in a 2010 National Endowment for the Arts interview that not everyone thought his idea was a good one. "I got blasted," Mansouri said. "They called it the 'plague from Canada.' I had vulgarized opera, but I didn't give a damn because all of a sudden, the audience was involved." The person Mansouri hired to get them involved was Sonya Friedman , who had written subtitles for a Metropolitan Opera television broadcast. The famous soprano Beverly Sills , who served as general manager of the New York City Opera at the time, saw Friedman's supertitles and became an
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Sunday Puzzle: It Takes Two

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