10:19am May 26, 2017
Military Military

WWI And Trench Warfare's Horrendous Toll

This Memorial Day, we remember those who died in active military service, and pause to reflect on the sacrifices and suffering that occur during wartime.

10:14am May 26, 2017
Health & Safety Health & Safety

Agreement Moves Triad Hospitals Closer To Merger

Leaders from Cone Health in Greensboro and Randolph Health have taken steps toward what could be a merger between the two groups.

Local
10:19am May 26, 2017
Military Military

WWI And Trench Warfare's Horrendous Toll

This Memorial Day, we remember those who died in active military service, and pause to reflect on the sacrifices and suffering that occur during wartime.

10:14am May 26, 2017
Health & Safety Health & Safety

Agreement Moves Triad Hospitals Closer To Merger

Leaders from Cone Health in Greensboro and Randolph Health have taken steps toward what could be a merger between the two groups.

National
8:09am May 28, 2017
National National Politics & Government

Let's Define All Those Terms You See In Headlines About Russia

Collusion? Obstruction of justice? Person of interest? NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley about the terminology of the current news cycle.
8:09am May 28, 2017
World News World News National

Understanding And Countering The Lure Of Extremism

The Manchester bombing is only the latest attack claimed by ISIS. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Maajid Nawaz, the founder of the counter-extremism group Quilliam, about efforts to stop attacks.
8:09am May 28, 2017
National National Environment

Tourists Who Steal Volcanic Rock Are Said To Unleash A Curse

Jessica Ferracane of Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park explains why hundreds of visitors a year mail back pieces of volcanic rock they've taken from the park. The answer has to do with a mythic curse.
World
8:09am May 28, 2017
World News World News National

Understanding And Countering The Lure Of Extremism

The Manchester bombing is only the latest attack claimed by ISIS. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Maajid Nawaz, the founder of the counter-extremism group Quilliam, about efforts to stop attacks.
8:09am May 28, 2017
World News World News Sports

After Rio Olympics, Gutted Venues, Broken Promises

David Wallechinsky, president of the International Society of Olympic Historians, tells NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro that the Rio Olympics wasted money and were plagued by corruption.
Arts
River of Teeth, by Sarah Gailey
10:00am May 28, 2017
Books Books Arts

Hip, Hippo Hooray For 'River Of Teeth'

Sarah Gailey's alternate-history romp takes place in a United States that went ahead with a wild plan to farm hippos for meat. It's a delightful read that suffers only from being too short.