NPR's Ayesha Rascoe speaks with musician Yungblud about his new eponymous album, featuring songs that focus on the importance of self-acceptance. Note to listeners: This interview mentions self-harm.
Need a good mystery to get your blood pumping? We hear NPR staff picks from our Books We Love list: "The Verifiers," "The Paris Apartment," and "The Latinist."
David Gura speaks with Rev. Kimberly Scott about last week's meeting of the United Methodist Church's Council of Bishops and its impeding vote on whether to ordain gay pastors.
David Gura speaks with New Jersey teacher Christa Delaney about teaching climate change in the classroom now that the state has officially included the subject in its curriculum.
David Gura speaks with William Ripple, professor of ecology at Oregon State University, about his proposal to "re-wild" the American West by reintroducing beavers and wolves to public lands.
Shortly after Russia's invasion, we heard from a Ukrainian neurologist about how she was able to continue her practice. Over the last 6 months, her work has changed significantly.
NPR's Alt.Latino is featuring some of the summer's hottest releases in Latin music.
The U.S. has charged 7 people with spying on behalf of China. One target was in an unlikely venue for Chinese politics: A remote sculpture park in the California desert.