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?

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?

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

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'

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

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

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

'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'

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

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'

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

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?

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?

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?

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

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?

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?

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?

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

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

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?

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

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'

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

House votes on limiting Trump's war powers.NPR, 1/10/2020, 1:55 AM

'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'

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

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?

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

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

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

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

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 the First Amendment: Policing free speech on the platform?NPR, 10/25/2019, 1:50 AM

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?'

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

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?

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?

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?

'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 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

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

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?

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

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

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

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

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'

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

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'

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'

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?

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

Get ready: Hurricanes are on the way

The 2019 hurricane season will be 'near normal.' But normal can still be devastating.NPR, 5/24/2019, 5:35 AM

America is in full employment, so why aren't we celebrating?

The job market grew slowly last year, then steadily, finally reaching a point at which there are many more openings than job seekers.NPR, 5/21/2019, 3:22 AM

Threats and sanctions: Battle of minds between the US and Iran

What we know (and don't know) about the state of US-Iran relations.NPR, 5/17/2019, 3:25 PM

Is US headed toward a potential military conflict with Iran?

James Stavridis, former Navy admiral, explains how realistic is the possibility of a significant military clash between the US and Iran.NPR, 5/15/2019, 4:23 PM