Why do we need attention and how does it change our lives?

ATTENTION PLEASE: TED experts discuss the need for our human beat to gain recognition - positive or negative.NPR, Friday, 6:49 AM

"Trump Not Acting Like An Innocent Man"

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, said President Trump is "dead wrong" when he insists he can pardon himself.NPR, 6/5/2018, 10:35 PM

'This is what a midterm president looks like'

President Trump's associates say he's sticking to his playbook to keep GOP majorities in Congress in midterm elections.NPR, 5/24/2018, 8:15 PM

Does President Trump have serious intentions about North Korea?

The president of the United States lowers expectations regarding the meeting with Kim Jong-un.NPR, 5/23/2018, 8:59 PM

Religion a large presence as U.S. Embassy opens in Jerusalem

The world wonders: What is the connection between religion and inauguration of the Embassy?NPR, 5/16/2018, 3:13 AM

'Recognizing Jerusalem as capital removes 'right of veto''

U.S. Ambassador to Israel: Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem has removed the Palestinians' "right of veto" on the move.NPR, 5/15/2018, 12:13 AM

The art of listening changes the world

Listening is a gift from heaven - which can not only make us better people, but touch the depth of every person's heart.NPR, 5/10/2018, 6:54 AM

The frustration of the leaders of the nuclear deal

Iran nuclear deal negotiator Philip Gordon reacts to Trump's decision to leave it.NPR, 5/9/2018, 1:43 AM

Quit your comfort zone

It is very easy to maintain routine in every sense of life. But dealing with difficulty can give us a push forwardNPR, 5/3/2018, 7:03 AM

'Us Vs. Them': Inside Globalism

He was a booster for globalism. Now Ian Bremmer says it’s failed — and he sees trouble aheadNPR, 4/27/2018, 5:17 PM

Permanent work: An island of stability or prolonged stress?

Love it or hate it, most of us have to work for a living. So, how can we make work more meaningful?Arutz Sheva Staff, 4/24/2018, 5:45 AM

Everything is connected

How everything in nature is connected, and how we can restore its delicate balance.NPR, 4/18/2018, 5:13 AM

Trust - Is there still such a thing?

Our lives require us to give trust in the people around us. Quite a few times we experience disappointments. How hard is it to gain trust?NPR, 4/2/2018, 3:17 PM

Does the US need a real Social Security reform?

How did the social security number become the most important identifier in the United States? And is that even a good idea?Arutz Sheva Staff, 3/16/2018, 2:49 PM

US announces new sanctions on Russians

Trump administration imposes new sanctions against Russian individuals and entities over 2016 election interference.NPR, 3/15/2018, 7:44 PM

How will a gentle push upgrade your life?

It's hard to change habits, but a gentle push can move us in the right direction.NPR, 3/8/2018, 4:29 AM

Can Trump get an immigration deal done?

Gun control is in the spotlight, but what about an immigration deal? Is there the political will to get it done?NPR, 3/6/2018, 12:16 AM

For the first time since the war: US aircraft carrier in Vietnam

A U.S. aircraft carrier is visiting Vietnam. What do the soldiers onboard know about the war?NPR, 3/4/2018, 9:46 PM

Kushner, no longer sharing secrets?

What is Jared Kushner's future in the White House after a security clearance downgrade?Arutz Sheva Staff, 3/2/2018, 12:13 AM

Purim is approaching: The Vodka Proof

Vodka is the best selling spirit in the United States, and there are zillions of brands. But is there any difference between them?Arutz Sheva Staff, 2/28/2018, 3:34 PM

How can we adapt to any change?

Humans adapt to physical and creative challenges in remarkable ways. How do we do it, and what happens when we can't?NPR, 2/19/2018, 1:13 AM

Peering deeper into space

The new discoveries about our universe: The lingering mysteries of the cosmos.NPR, 2/12/2018, 6:56 AM

Putin is running for president? Calls to boycott the elections

Vladimir Putin's only serious opponent in Russia's upcoming presidential election, Alexei Navalny, has been banned from taking part.NPR, 2/8/2018, 11:29 PM

Can we trust the numbers?

Data, statistics and algorithms dominate every aspect of our lives. But how accurate are they, and how fair?NPR, 2/8/2018, 1:12 AM

Screen addiction among teens: Is there such a thing?

Are we truly addicted to technology? And what about our kids? It's a scary question, and a big one for scientists right nowNPR, 2/7/2018, 1:12 AM

Screen addiction among teens: Is there such a thing?

The word "addiction" may be attracting controversy, but you don't need a doctor's pronouncement to work on putting the devices down.NPR, 2/5/2018, 3:24 AM

As Trump prepares for big speech, state of the economy is strong

The U.S economy is humming, and President Trump will undoubtedly take credit when he delivers his first State of the Union address.NPR, 1/30/2018, 5:16 AM

It's official: Loneliness harms your health

Loneliness is an epidemic, and scientific evidence shows it's as bad for us as smoking. How do we deal with the problem of loneliness today?NPR, 1/25/2018, 3:50 PM

What is the Republican strategy to end the shutdown?

Brian McGuire, former chief of staff for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, discusses the politics of the shutdown.NPR, 1/21/2018, 11:21 PM

Did Trump change Washington, or did Washington change Trump?

A special summary of the US President's undoubtedly eventful first year in office.NPR, 1/19/2018, 11:59 AM

Congress scrambles to avoid shutdown

The shutdown showdown: As a DACA deal fades, Republicans are scrambling for a strategy to keep the government open.NPR, 1/19/2018, 1:14 AM

Majority of Americans say Trump's first year was a failure

As President Trump approaches the one-year anniversary of his inauguration, a majority of Americans believe he has divided the nation.NPR, 1/18/2018, 3:29 PM

Could the Democrats take control of Congress in 2018?

The 2018 midterms are shaping up to be a nationwide referendum on President Trump. Is control of Congress in reach for the Democrats?NPR, 1/18/2018, 2:14 AM

Republican senator: Trump should consider his words carefully

Sen. Jeff Flake to counter President Trump's accusations against media of 'fake news' in Senate speech.NPR, 1/17/2018, 4:04 PM

Kremlin exploring new ways to evade US sanctions

Russian government considering issuing its own virtual currency, encouraging anonymous transactions which skirt sanctions regime.NPR, 1/12/2018, 1:25 PM

What is Putin's master plan for confronting the West?

Democratic Senator Ben Cardin discusses new study that exposes Russian strategy for confronting the US.NPR, 1/11/2018, 10:58 PM

Will 'fire and fury' change Trump's administration?

Three commentators discuss the new book dealing with President Trump and his administration. Can the book create significant crises?NPR, 1/8/2018, 1:13 AM

Key task for Trump's administration: Overhauling trade policy

A former deputy U.S. trade representative under President Obama thinks that President Trump must overhauling U.S. trade policy.NPR, 1/3/2018, 9:16 PM

Two months after CNN, NPR wipes Israel off the map

A map of the Middle East accompanying NPR article on globetrotters' fears sees the Jewish state replaced by 'Palestine.'Cynthia Blank, 1/25/2016, 4:33 PM

NPR's Rehm Teams-Up with Israel Bashers

Diane Rehm's National Public Radio interview program, aired by more than 160 public stations, is known to be unremittingly anti-Israel. Rachel Hirshfeld, 6/8/2012, 4:15 AM