Heidi Glenn appears in the following:
Tuesday, March 31, 2020
Hogan speaks to NPR's Rachel Martin about President Trump's claim that there's no longer a lack of coronavirus testing kits.
Friday, March 27, 2020
Jay Carney, Amazon's senior VP of global corporate affairs, describes the company's growing role during the coronavirus outbreak and how it is trying to keep its workers safe.
Friday, March 27, 2020
Russell Jeung, a professor of Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University, describes harassment, assault and microaggressions against Asian Americans during the coronavirus pandemic.
Wednesday, March 25, 2020
Many quarantined Americans are cooking like crazy — but what if you're clueless in the kitchen? Chef Amanda Freitag has some tips on pantry stocking, alternative spicing and ingredient substitutions.
Saturday, February 08, 2020
Throughout the impeachment process, NPR interviewed dozens of lawmakers who sat in on the hearings, testimony, defense and votes. Read the key moments in their own words.
Friday, January 31, 2020
Health care has consistently polled as the No. 1 issue for Iowa voters. As they prepare to caucus, voters weigh which candidate to support and what health care should look like in the future.
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Ari Shapiro talks with Tina Mai Chen, a professor at the University of Manitoba, about the death of a model worker who was featured on China's 1 yuan banknotes.
Thursday, January 09, 2020
Republican Sen. Mike Lee of Utah calls a briefing on Iran with White House officials "an unmitigated disaster" and is seeking to reassert Congress' role in authorizing the use of military force.
Friday, January 03, 2020
When Dena Kohleriter was 36, she decided to start a family on her own. At StoryCorps with her daughter, Jori, Dena describes how her grandmother, a Holocaust survivor, responded to the news.
Friday, December 13, 2019
Jessica Kibblewhite wonders whether it makes sense to bring a child into a world that seems broken and scary. At StoryCorps, her dad helps her find clarity with advice about humanity.
Wednesday, November 13, 2019
NPR's Rachel Martin and poet-in-residence Kwame Alexander want to read your poems about sports. You can use sport as a metaphor for our lives — or simply write about the game or team you love.
Friday, November 08, 2019
The South Bend, Ind., mayor explains his health care overhaul plan — "Medicare for All," as well as private insurance — and differentiates it from other Democratic presidential candidates' plans.
Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Two undecided voters ask first-time presidential hopeful Andrew Yang about his universal basic income "freedom dividend" proposal.
Wednesday, October 09, 2019
O'Rourke wants to ban and buy back assault-style weapons. Two undecided voters who like the idea asked him how it would work as part of NPR's Off Script series, where voters question candidates.
Friday, October 04, 2019
NPR's new series Off Script, which gives voters the chance to sit down with presidential candidates and ask questions, kicks off with undecided voters and former HUD Secretary Julián Castro.
Friday, September 06, 2019
On their first date, Tom Gasko and his husband, Donnie Pedrola, talked for hours about vacuum designs. "Most people aren't that passionate about something," Pedrola tells Gasko at StoryCorps.
Wednesday, August 28, 2019
The Blooper Burger is a monstrous sandwich sold at Atlanta Braves games and is one of many outrageous menu items served at stadium concession stands around the country.
Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Cindy McCain, the Arizona senator's widow, marks the first anniversary of his death by asking Americans to engage in acts of civility. "We're missing John's voice of reason right now in so many ways."
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
A video of star gymnast Katelyn Ohashi's "perfect 10" floor routine shows her smiling and beaming. But it hasn't always been this way. UCLA Coach Valorie Kondos Field helped her rekindle that joy.
Friday, January 04, 2019
At StoryCorps, Alagappa Rammohan, 79, says books are a sacred transfer of knowledge from one person to another. A book "doesn't force you to read, but it is there," he tells his daughter.