'Being a black police officer is hard as hell'

'Being a black police officer is hard as hell'

Former police officer says he understands the struggle of many black officers to manage that dual consciousness.NPR, 6/5/2020, 4:35 PM
Air conditioning systems can spread the coronavirus, study suggests

Air conditioning systems can spread the coronavirus, study suggests

Air conditioners can blow around infected droplets hanging in the air, says University of Maryland environmental health professor.NPR, 5/27/2020, 3:05 AM
Childhood and coronavirus: How do times of crisis shape kids?

Childhood and coronavirus: How do times of crisis shape kids?

Explore how this pandemic is changing childhood and how that might shape the practices, beliefs and behaviors of kids as they grow up.NPR, 5/25/2020, 2:34 AM
'We are going to get through it. It's going to take time'

'We are going to get through it. It's going to take time'

Dr. Sanjay Gupta on the battle against coronavirus: ‘We will get through it’.NPR, 5/22/2020, 1:51 AM
The tension of coronavirus challenges the mental health of Americans

The tension of coronavirus challenges the mental health of Americans

Many Americans experiencing 'more mental health concerns than ever before'.NPR, 5/15/2020, 6:34 PM
Did scientists find the cure for the coronavirus?

Did scientists find the cure for the coronavirus?

Disorganized research slows discovery of COVID-19 treatments, experts say.NPR, 4/30/2020, 4:17 AM
What will it take to save America's small businesses?

What will it take to save America's small businesses?

Pepole across the US tried to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program, but eventually gave up because it was so complicated.NPR, 4/22/2020, 1:11 AM
How bacteria could affect outcomes of COVID-19 patients

How bacteria could affect outcomes of COVID-19 patients

Dr. Ronald Collman thinks that our microbiome - the bacteria and fungi that live in our bodies and on our skin - may be playing a role.NPR, 4/17/2020, 4:21 PM
'The history of this pandemic will reflect the great mistakes that were made'

'The history of this pandemic will reflect the great mistakes that were made'

Former US Secretary of Defense gives the Trump administration a D+ for its coronavirus response.NPR, 4/14/2020, 5:20 PM
Lockdown ends in Wuhan — but the city is far from normal

Lockdown ends in Wuhan — but the city is far from normal

Coronavirus: back to where it all began, while routine seems far away.NPR, 4/14/2020, 3:07 PM
Unpacking efforts to contain the coronavirus

Unpacking efforts to contain the coronavirus

Testing, treatment and vaccines: What will ultimately work to curb the coronavirus?NPR, 4/13/2020, 3:09 AM
What it means to be a good person in the midst of a pandemic

What it means to be a good person in the midst of a pandemic

'The Good Place' creator Michael Schur talks about morals and being a good person during a global pandemic.NPR, 4/10/2020, 1:00 PM
'I promised my son I'd stay alive'

'I promised my son I'd stay alive'

Nurse practitioner who wore full protective gear contracted coronavirus.NPR, 4/3/2020, 6:07 PM
'Flatten the curve': How social distancing can slow coronavirus

'Flatten the curve': How social distancing can slow coronavirus

Social distancing is being encouraged as a way to slow the spread of the coronavirus. How are we 'flattening the curve?'NPR, 4/3/2020, 4:20 PM
The child died, the family left out: 'That was the hardest part'

The child died, the family left out: 'That was the hardest part'

Father whose son died from coronavirus couldn't be with him in the final moments.NPR, 4/2/2020, 6:59 AM
What disasters reveal about hope and humanity

What disasters reveal about hope and humanity

Rebecca Solnit explores whether disasters like pandemics reveal a surprising truth – that people are more generous than we commonly believe.NPR, 4/2/2020, 5:50 AM
The medical decision: Who will live and who will die?

The medical decision: Who will live and who will die?

Allocating scarce medical treatment can mean deciding between who lives and who dies.NPR, 3/26/2020, 2:48 AM
What drives people to hoard toilet paper and hand sanitizer?

What drives people to hoard toilet paper and hand sanitizer?

There are steps people can take to ease some of the anxiety and give a person a better sense of being in control of this chaotic situation.NPR, 3/20/2020, 6:17 AM
Coronavirus crisis: How do we keep calm?

Coronavirus crisis: How do we keep calm?

How to stay resilient and mentally healthy during the coronavirus outbreak.NPR, 3/19/2020, 2:42 AM
Treatment pioneered in 1918 could save coronavirus patients

Treatment pioneered in 1918 could save coronavirus patients

Researchers say they are developing a treatment that could stave off the worst effects of COVID-19 and prevent the disease from spreading.NPR, 3/18/2020, 5:34 AM
How quickly can a coronavirus vaccine be developed?

How quickly can a coronavirus vaccine be developed?

Test kits, antiviral drugs and vaccines: The science you need to know about coronavirus.NPR, 3/13/2020, 2:21 AM
Will mass quarantines slow the spread of coronavirus?

Will mass quarantines slow the spread of coronavirus?

All of Italy is on lockdown. Experts expect to see more quarantines across the globe.NPR, 3/12/2020, 6:46 AM
The world holds its breath: When will a cure for coronavirus be found?

The world holds its breath: When will a cure for coronavirus be found?

How can computer modeling of the spread of the coronavirus help fight the virus?NPR, 3/5/2020, 5:08 AM
Coronavirus reveals the exposed nerves of health systems

Coronavirus reveals the exposed nerves of health systems

How Coronavirus is revealing vulnerabilities in global public health.NPR, 2/28/2020, 4:59 AM
Martin Indyk: Conditions aren't ripe for a two-state solution

Martin Indyk: Conditions aren't ripe for a two-state solution

Former US diplomat Martin Indyk wonders whether is It time for a new US strategy in the Middle East.NPR, 2/14/2020, 1:12 PM
Pressured world: How should we deal with the new virus from China?

Pressured world: How should we deal with the new virus from China?

To stop the novel coronavirus, scientists look to lessons from SARS outbreak.NPR, 1/31/2020, 4:42 PM
Finding community, empathy online in an era of rage

Finding community, empathy online in an era of rage

While popular platforms are programmed to amplify people’s weaknesses, there are places online designed to encourage connection and empathy.NPR, 1/23/2020, 6:57 AM
Addicted to sugar? This doctor says it's 'the new tobacco'

Addicted to sugar? This doctor says it's 'the new tobacco'

Nutrition experts are increasingly sounding the alarm on sugar, with some comparing its adverse health effects to smoking.NPR, 1/16/2020, 4:47 AM
Pelosi demands: Limit Trump's power

Pelosi demands: Limit Trump's power

House votes on limiting Trump's war powers.NPR, 1/10/2020, 1:55 AM
'Australia fires are impacting physical, mental health'

'Australia fires are impacting physical, mental health'

Doctors in Australia are warning citizens about serious public health effects resulting from the country’s devastating wildfires.NPR, 1/9/2020, 11:40 PM
'Targeting Soleimani was constitutional, but impeachment is not'

'Targeting Soleimani was constitutional, but impeachment is not'

Prof. Dershowitz says the basis for Trump’s impeachment doesn't meet the criteria the founders set in place for removing officials.NPR, 1/9/2020, 5:20 AM
The 'Unschooling' Movement: Letting children lead their learning

The 'Unschooling' Movement: Letting children lead their learning

Is a child who spends the day watching videos or playing in the backyard actually learning?NPR, 12/19/2019, 8:42 PM
Has Nancy Pelosi crossed the line?

Has Nancy Pelosi crossed the line?

Nancy Pelosi directs House to draft articles of impeachment. Is she crossing the line?NPR, 12/6/2019, 12:03 AM
The story of Netflix, from one of its co-founders

The story of Netflix, from one of its co-founders

Netflix co-founder Marc Randolph talks about vision, success and dreams.NPR, 11/14/2019, 5:12 AM
The story that drives the world crazy: Why Brexit matters

The story that drives the world crazy: Why Brexit matters

There are plenty of political divisions on the road ahead. But history is written.NPR, 11/6/2019, 4:21 AM
'We've made mistakes': The bad days for Boeing

'We've made mistakes': The bad days for Boeing

Boeing officials face lawmakers, families on Capitol Hill. How it will end?NPR, 11/1/2019, 4:51 AM
One year later: Back to the difficult moments in Pittsburgh

One year later: Back to the difficult moments in Pittsburgh

Marking one year since the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting.NPR, 10/29/2019, 1:13 AM
Facebook and freedom of expression: Time for restrictions?

Facebook and freedom of expression: Time for restrictions?

Facebook and the First Amendment: Policing free speech on the platform?NPR, 10/25/2019, 1:50 AM
Exposing the myth of plastic recycling

Exposing the myth of plastic recycling

Why a majority of plastic we believe to be recyclable is actually burned - or dumped at landfills.NPR, 10/13/2019, 5:34 PM
Is there a new 'American dream?'

Is there a new 'American dream?'

One former journalist moved into a van to find out the new 'American dream.'NPR, 10/11/2019, 1:32 PM
When Pelosi and Trump agree: It's time for reform

When Pelosi and Trump agree: It's time for reform

How An 'International Price Index' Might Help Reduce Drug Prices.NPR, 9/20/2019, 4:28 PM
Why does Milwaukee warn to stop using e-cigarettes?

Why does Milwaukee warn to stop using e-cigarettes?

Doctor on vaping lung illnesses: 'We clearly are seeing something new.'NPR, 8/29/2019, 10:56 PM
Does Donald Trump really understand US Jews?

Does Donald Trump really understand US Jews?

Jews in the US respond to Trump's attacks on loyalty.NPR, 8/29/2019, 3:51 AM
How do the darkest reaches of the net lead to a shooting attack?

How do the darkest reaches of the net lead to a shooting attack?

'Uniquely Lawless': Security firm drops 8chan website following El Paso shooting.NPR, 8/7/2019, 4:31 PM
TED Talks: How to find simple solutions

TED Talks: How to find simple solutions

TED speakers describe the innovation and hard work that goes into achieving simplicity.NPR, 8/2/2019, 2:12 AM
Fed cuts interest rates for 1st time since 2008

Fed cuts interest rates for 1st time since 2008

The Federal Reserve is cutting interest rates for the first time in over a decade. Why did this happen?NPR, 8/1/2019, 5:50 AM
50 years later, America remembers what it's capable of achieving

50 years later, America remembers what it's capable of achieving

On 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 moon landing, a former crew member reflects on the historic lunar trip.NPR, 7/26/2019, 6:28 PM
Age your photos - and compromise your privacy?

Age your photos - and compromise your privacy?

Have you used FaceApp? Made by Russian developers, members of Congress say the app could be a national security threat.NPR, 7/26/2019, 6:28 PM
As 737 Max Grounding Drags On, Boeing's Bottom Line Takes A Hit

As 737 Max Grounding Drags On, Boeing's Bottom Line Takes A Hit

Boeing has already said it expects the plane to return to service by the end of this year. now they don't know when the plane can fly again.NPR, 7/25/2019, 10:00 PM
Meet the scientist who went to the moon without a spaceship

Meet the scientist who went to the moon without a spaceship

Moon rocks still awe, and scientists hope to get their hands on more.NPR, 7/9/2019, 4:12 AM
Patriotism To Partisanship

Patriotism To Partisanship

Will Trump talk during the July 4th Celebrations about unity or criticize the Democrats? Radio Op-edNPR, 7/4/2019, 8:57 PM
A clash between the US and Iran: When no one wants to fight

A clash between the US and Iran: When no one wants to fight

US-Iran strife "a very interesting situation," says former American diplomat in Middle East.NPR, 6/26/2019, 1:39 AM
'We need to keep the maximum pressure campaign going'

'We need to keep the maximum pressure campaign going'

Republican US Rep. Michael Waltz of Florida thinks that the Trump administration must tighten pressure on the Tehran regime.NPR, 6/21/2019, 6:48 PM
Iran is threatening, Trump is not impressed

Iran is threatening, Trump is not impressed

The White House is blaming Iran for tanker attacks. Where are relations headed?NPR, 6/18/2019, 6:46 AM
Jim Acosta: I'm not an 'enemy of the people'

Jim Acosta: I'm not an 'enemy of the people'

CNN WH correspondent has been a frequent focal point of anti-press rhetoric from the President. Now he writes about it in his new book.NPR, 6/11/2019, 11:58 PM
Pittsburgh residents challenged to be 'stronger than hate'

Pittsburgh residents challenged to be 'stronger than hate'

After Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, the challenges of putting 'stronger than hate' into practice.NPR, 6/6/2019, 1:09 AM
Why would Israel be forced to hold elections again?

Why would Israel be forced to hold elections again?

Guide to the Perplexed: Why is it necessary to repeat elections and who is to blame for this? How will this affect the Deal of the Century?NPR, 5/30/2019, 6:32 PM