Ted Cruz's fair fight

What Ted Cruz narrowly beating Beto O'Rourke reveals about Texas.NPR, 11/8/2018, 1:15 PM

A bipartisan opportunity for Congress?

The midterm elections exposed deep divides in American society along racial, gender and geographical lines. Can the parties get above them?NPR, 11/8/2018, 4:16 AM

'The nightmare of American Jews came true'

Bari Weiss, an opinion writer for The New York Times, talks about the lessons to be learned after the massacre in Pennsylvania.NPR, 10/30/2018, 5:13 AM

'Sweet souls, it's a crime that their lives were taken from us'

The mass shooting at the synagogue in Pittsburgh has left the Jewish community reeling. Former Rabbi Chuck Diamond discusses the impact.NPR, 10/29/2018, 12:13 AM

Will the Kavanaugh debate impact the battle for Congress?

How did the debate impact the battle for control of the House and Senate?NPR, 10/9/2018, 9:58 AM

The simple way to Alzheimer's prevention

A brain scientist who studies Alzheimer's explains how she stays mentally fit.NPR, 10/9/2018, 4:15 AM

Obesity: How do we fight it most effectively?

What we really know and don't know about obesity.NPR, 10/5/2018, 3:14 AM

Is the US economy facing another crisis?

Would the US be able to endure another financial crisis? Former FDIC head says maybe not.NPR, 10/2/2018, 10:54 PM

The problematic relationship between the US and the UN

Fraught relationship between US and UN dates back decades.NPR, 9/27/2018, 3:12 AM

'It’s going to take a radical rethink to survive this century'

Historian Yuval Harari's 21 issues facing the 21st century.NPR, 9/13/2018, 1:13 AM

Should Trump be wary of spies around him?

'The Resistance Inside The Trump Administration': A Constitutional Crisis?NPR, 9/6/2018, 10:44 PM

In good or bad times: Why aren't our paychecks growing?

Even though the economy appears to be strong, the workers' paychecks have fallen in the past year relative to inflation.Arutz Sheva Staff, 8/31/2018, 3:09 PM

Warrior diplomats: A look into US special operations

"We don't crave the combat so much as we crave hard things to conquer," says one Green Beret.NPR, 8/30/2018, 6:36 AM

What is the opposite of hate?

Political commentator Sally Kohn wanted to understand why people hate.NPR, 8/28/2018, 8:28 AM

The life and legacy of John McCain

Tributes from around the US are pouring in for Sen. John McCain. Take a look at his remarkable life, courage and message for America.NPR, 8/28/2018, 3:31 AM

What does the future hold for your reading brain?

The future of the reading brain in an increasingly digital world.NPR, 8/22/2018, 6:13 AM

The next economic bubble?

William D. Cohan, a former investment banker and the author of four books about Wall Street, discusses corporate debt.NPR, 8/21/2018, 4:43 AM

Trump, Turkey, tariffs and the state of global trade

Washington slaps tariffs on Turkey. The Trump administration’s trade fights, using national security as the justification.NPR, 8/14/2018, 10:50 PM

Why are Democrats at a Depression? Here are the answers

Jon Favreau's popular new podcast, "The Wilderness," explores how the Democrats lost their way and how they try to bounce back.NPR, 8/10/2018, 5:30 PM

Inside the Iran sanctions: Can they be effective?

For President Trump and his foreign policy Team, cracking the Islamic Republic is job number one.NPR, 8/8/2018, 1:42 AM

'We Are Q' Conspiracy Makes National Debut At Trump Rally

Several people wearing "Q" T-shirts and holding "We are Q" signs were spotted at President Trump's rally. Who are they?NPR, 8/7/2018, 7:41 PM

Doing business with Iran? It's going to stop

President Trump's special assistant weighs in on Iran sanctions.NPR, 8/7/2018, 1:46 AM

'Fake news': Is the media an 'enemy of the American people'?

A president like no other has changed the way the media covers the White House. Is it dangerous? Is it fair?NPR, 8/3/2018, 6:55 AM

Trump's economy: Promises that will be kept?

The Trump administration is weighing a big tax cut for the rich, with no vote in Congress. And what will the citizens enjoy?NPR, 8/2/2018, 12:16 AM

U.S. Colleges: A Front Line For International Spying

Typically, university researchers aren’t required to sign nondisclosure agreements, which run counter to the ethic of openness.NPR, 7/27/2018, 6:38 PM

Extreme heat wave sweeps the globe

A dangerous and deadly heat wave is gripping the globe. We’ll look at where and why it’s happening.NPR, 7/27/2018, 2:46 AM

The Iranian trap: The fear of Trump's wrath

Iran 'desperately looking for leverage,' analyst says amid harsh exchange with U.S.NPR, 7/25/2018, 1:12 AM

Have Trump critics let their dismay go too far?

Will President Trump's critics have to admit this time that they have gone one step too far?NPR, 7/23/2018, 5:15 AM

Why do we love to hate so much?

TED speakers explore the causes and consequences of hate - and how we can fight it.NPR, 7/19/2018, 6:51 AM

A Pakistani Jew wants to travel to Israel

Fishel Benkhald wants to come to Israel, but that is not permitted by the Pakistani government.NPR, 7/19/2018, 3:43 AM

What does it take to be a United Nations interpreter?

'You have to have speed': What it takes to be a United Nations interpreter.NPR, 7/19/2018, 1:12 AM

How Russia undermined American democracy

How does Russia work behind the scenes to hit America's soft belly?Arutz Sheva Staff, 7/12/2018, 3:14 AM

What can Leon Panetta advise President Trump?

Head of the CIA and former Secretary of Defense, talks about the most important international issues for the American administration today.NPR, 7/10/2018, 10:40 PM

Can you balance screen time and family time?

Family time versus screen time: Can they really co-exist?NPR, 7/6/2018, 6:16 AM

'Lower expectations for the Trump and Putin meetings'

What to expect from the upcoming summit between President Trump and Putin.NPR, 6/29/2018, 7:00 AM

Is Barack Obama afraid of a confrontation with Donald Trump?

Does Obama realize how polarizing his presence on the stage can be these days?NPR, 6/28/2018, 3:16 AM

What has NASA learned watching hurricanes from space?

Hurricane season is underway, and for the second season, NASA scientists will be able to measure wind speeds through heavy rain from space.NPR, 6/25/2018, 10:43 PM

When the 'Big Brother' loses in court

In major privacy win, Supreme Court rules police need warrant to track your cellphone.NPR, 6/25/2018, 5:13 AM

It's all about the money? Yes!

How much does money motivate us?NPR, 6/20/2018, 1:42 AM

Why do Trump's policies seem to come straight from the 1970s?

From trade to coal to crime, many of the topics that President Trump goes back to over and over again seem to harken back to the 1970s.NPR, 6/19/2018, 4:12 AM

White House spokesman: Pressure on North Korea will continue

White House spokesman Raj Shah talks about the agreement between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and the path forward.NPR, 6/15/2018, 5:51 PM

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, 6/15/2018, 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