NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with journalists Taylor Moore and Erin McCormick, who analyzed thousands of Chicago water tests which yielded "shocking" results published in an investigation in The Guardian.
No matter the scandal, fans cannot quit the NFL. NPR's Juana Summers talks with Kevin Draper, sports reporter for The New York Times about why.
The storm blew most of Puerto Rico's avocados off their trees. Now people are racing to eat and give them away before they go bad.
The U.S. Justice Department alleges that Rodney Vicknair committed a civil rights violation when he sexually assaulted a victim in 2020.
Executive produced by Oprah Winfrey, directed by Reginald Hudlin and supported by Poitier's surviving family, Apple TV+'s documentary Sidney details the life of actor-director-activist Sidney Poitier.
Before Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin was elected, years of work went into updating the executive mansion tour to include the lives of enslaved people. His revamped tour doesn't mention slavery.
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Professor Douglas McCauley, director of the Benioff Ocean Science Laboratory, about a new technology that protects whales from colliding with large shipping vessels.
Adoption is sometimes touted by anti-abortion advocates as an alternative to abortion. Two transracial adoptees discuss their opposite positions on abortion and how they got there.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Jorge Loweree of the American Immigration Council about the complex and thorny issue of border security and immigration.