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.
The Biden administration is forgiving up to $10,000 in federal student loans and $20,000 for Pell Grant recipients. What will that mean for future borrowers?
Monday, NASA plans to launch a new rocket and capsule to the moon. If all goes well, the next mission will send people back to lunar orbit for the first time in 50 years.
Both President Biden and former President Trump are headed to Pennsylvania this week as the midterm election campaigns heat up.
David Gura talks with Gita Gopinath of the International Monetary Fund about the role that central banks will play in bringing down inflation.
An update on the recent deadly clashes in Libya between militias backed by rival administrations.
In the book "Diary of a Void," a woman fakes pregnancy to avoid the unpaid office tasks often foisted on women. The simple lie turns into an absurdist exploration of motherhood and loneliness.