NPR CEO Vivian Schiller Resigns After Hidden Camera Sting Snares Top Fundraiser

NPR's embattled chief executive resigned today after the top fundraiser for NPR said offensive things about Republicans and the Tea Party during an undercover sting orchestrated by conservative activist James O'Keefe. Vivian Schiller, the ousted CEO, had also come under fire in recent months for NPR's firing of conservative commentator Juan Williams last October. But the controversial comments made by Ron Schiller, former president of the NPR Foundation, during what he thought was a lunch...Full Story
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