For more than 30 years, Alex Chadwick has been bringing the world to NPR listeners as an NPR News producer, program host and currently senior correspondent. He's reported from every continent except Antarctica.
The singer-songwriter took the stage at Los Angeles' club Largo for an intimate, funny show. He played song his new album, Harps and Angels and some old favorites. He told stories about his family between the songs, laughing with the band--easy, warm, charming.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki visits the White House for the first time as his troubled country's leader. During a joint news conference with President Bush, the two men focused on the need to end sectarian violence in Iraq. But Maliki also offered his thoughts on the conflict in Lebanon, calling for an immediate cease-fire.
President Bush addresses the diplomatic challenge of North Korea's missile tests at a press conference in Chicago, where he vowed to work with allies to pressure the Stalinist nation to abandon its aggressive nuclear weapons program. Don Gonyea talks with Alex Chadwick about the president's remarks.