Nina Totenberg (born January 14, 1944) is an American legal affairs correspondent for National Public Radio (NPR) focusing primarily on the activities and politics of the Supreme Court of the United States. Her reports air regularly on NPR's news magazines All Things Considered, Morning Edition, and Weekend Edition.
Sep 02, 2021 · Nina Totenberg / NPR: Supreme Court Upholds New Texas Abortion Law, For Now Check out Mini-memeorandum for simple mobiles or memeorandum Mobile for modern smartphones. 10:25 AM ET, September 2, 2021
Sep 09, 2021 · Nina Totenberg Facebook Twitter Enlarge this image. Progressives want Justice Stephen Breyer to step down while Democrats still narrowly control the Senate and before the 2022 midterms, ...
Sep 10, 2021 · Justice Breyer Welcomes Resumption Of Oral Arguments At The Supreme Court "If the Democrats can do it, the Republicans can do it," Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer told NPR's Nina Totenberg.
Apr 14, 2021 · ChIPs is delighted to announce our 2021 Hall of Fame honoree, Nina Totenberg. Ms. Totenberg is NPR’s award-winning legal affairs correspondent and began her journalism career at a time when women were a rarity in the newsroom. Ms. Totenberg’s coverage of the Supreme Court and…
And Nina Totenberg, the network's legal affairs correspondent, invented a new way to cover the Supreme Court. Based on extensive interviews and calling on the author’s deep connections in news and public radio, Susan, Linda, Nina, and Cokie will be as beguiling and sharp as its formidable subjects.
Oct 12, 2021 · Four instrumental members of the earliest days of NPR are Susan Stamford, Linda Wertheimer, Nina Totenberg and Cokie Roberts. These so-called “Founding Mothers” who helped chart new trails, open doors, lead the way for women in the field of radio journalism. Lisa Napoli is a journalist, and the author of Susan, Linda, Nina & Cokie.