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Meet the new generation of manufactured houses

Wednesday, January 10, 2024

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Adele Peters of Fast Company about communities are embracing manufactured homes, which offer a potential solution to affordable housing.


Woman sues Hershey for $5 million because candy doesn't match the wrapper design

Thursday, January 04, 2024

The Hershey Company is being sued for their Reese's holiday candies. The complaint alleges deceptive packaging as the peanut butter cups do not have "cute faces" as displayed on the wrapper.


Why 2023 was the Year of the Girl

Monday, January 01, 2024

2023 saw an endless stream of trends signaling the popularity of "Girl Culture." NPR's Juana Summers speaks with writer Isabel Cristo about why adult women were so drawn to expressions of girlhood.


Meet Neil the seal, the elephant seal in Tasmania captivating the internet

Thursday, December 21, 2023

A three-year-old southern elephant seal named Neil gets in the way of his neighbors sometimes in the small town of Dunalley, Tasmania. But he's capturing the hearts of people all over the world.


Talking cookies with 'The New York Times Cooking'

Sunday, December 17, 2023

Every year the team at New York Times Cooking puts out seven new recipes for Cookie Week. After making a few of the new cookies, NPR spoke with several of the recipe creators.


A foundation has doubled their $250 million pledge to diversify monuments in the U.S.

Wednesday, December 06, 2023

An initiative from the Mellon Foundation dedicated to creating monuments that tell diverse stories recently pledged to double its funding for the project.


EPA proposes new rule to require nationwide replacement of lead pipes

Thursday, November 30, 2023

Under the Biden Administration's new guidance, most U.S. cities would have to replace lead pipes within the next 10 years. About 9 million lead pipes are still bringing water into American buildings.