A physician from Nigeria and a scientist from Kenya propose ideas for the United Nations to consider — issues important in Africa and other regions that are often neglected by global bodies.
Other people just going about their lives in public are not fodder for your social media. Let's think a little harder about the etiquette of putting pictures and videos of strangers up online.
After a promising infancy, streaming is stuck in a nasty adolescence. Fans of great TV must act to help preserve what works, because consumers can and do have a say in all this.
A proposal to establish the biggest student mental health program in the country contains a paradox. With teens' mental health struggles partly fueled by screens, is teletherapy the right tool?
NPR's Scott Simon ponders stadium naming rights: how relatively inexpensive it is for companies to link their brands to major league ballparks and football fields.
NPR's Scott Simon reflects on two years since the Taliban returned to power in Afghanistan, including the recent burning of musical instruments and equipment.
When you've built a career around explaining race and racism to people, what happens when you find a moment you just don't want to explain?