From fighting the mafia to saving the frogs, these three inspiring stories remind us we can bring about positive change in the world.
Tim Braine of CultureSonar shares his favorites of radio, from love and goodness to the story of the first-million dollar sale.
Nicholas Jensen was six years old, and he was dying. This is the story of the adults around him who helped him live his life.
In 2016, take Catherine Arnold’s advice and make a microresolution or two.
At 90 years old, Hector Black has been out for 20 years. Now he shares the story of how he arrived at his late-in-life coming out.
Democrats and progressives: we need to take action. This past election day shows us that the results are not in our favor.
Racial disparity presents itself in the most subtle ways. Here’s a glimpse of how racism affects black lives.
Shawn Henfling looks back at the effect his dogs have had on his own mental health.
Shawn Henfling introduces us to John Urschel: Math Genius, Chess Player, Professional Athlete
Billy Flood reminds us that when it comes to rape, nobody is ever “asking for it” and this type of shaming needs to end right here, right now.
Tom Magliozzi, one half of “Click and Clack”, the Car Talk Brothers, has stopped laughing and telling us to change our oil.
Erin Kelly recounts the story of Jeffrey Fowle and two other Americans who were recently detained in North Korea.
The drive to show “masculine compassion” misses the point about human struggle.
Carson Luke, a young boy with autism, shattered bones in his hand and foot after educators grabbed him and tried to shut him into a “scream room.” Kids across the country risked similar harm at least 267,000 times in just one school year.
One member of the ‘Barbershop’ wonders how NPR could have been so short-sighted as to cancel the critically-praised show ‘Tell Me More’, hosted by Michel Martin.
An etiquette advice columnist who offers guidance about ways to reveal family secrets comes out of his own dark and scary closet in which he lived for fifty years