Lauren Hodges appears in the following:
Friday, September 15, 2023
After the expanded credit took effect, child poverty hit a historic low of 5.2% a year ago. New Census data shows it has since rocketed to 12.4%. Doctors are seeing this play out in real time.
Wednesday, September 13, 2023
"Mortal Kombat 1" is a complete reboot — but with all the fan favorites back and ready to fight.
Tuesday, August 15, 2023
The deadly Maui wildfires have burned through some of the island's most significant historical landmarks and sites. NPR's Juana Summers asks author Julia Flynn Siler: what have we lost?
Sunday, July 23, 2023
As Kabul fell to the Taliban in 2021, a teenager got separated from his family at the airport and wound up on a plane without them. He's been living on his own in the U.S.
Tuesday, July 04, 2023
As Kabul fell to the Taliban in 2021, a teenager was separated from his family at the airport and wound up on a plane without them. He's been in the U.S. ever since — alone.
Wednesday, May 24, 2023
Nicole Ogburn no longer tells her students that she promises they are safe. Instead, she has taken to saying: "We're safer than we've ever been."
Thursday, May 11, 2023
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Jon Ralston, CEO of The Nevada Independent, about why he strongly supported the CNN's town hall with Trump — and then changed his mind minutes into the broadcast.
Friday, April 28, 2023
NPR's Melissa Block talks with South Carolina Sen. Sandy Senn, who was one of six Republican state senators who helped block a near-total abortion ban from advancing.
Thursday, April 06, 2023
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly asks OB-GYN Kristin Lyerly what doctors and patients in Wisconsin have been dealing with before the Supreme Court election — and how it affects abortion in the region.
Friday, March 24, 2023
Never-before-seen IRS records show that CEOs are sometimes making multimillion-dollar bets on the stocks of direct competitors and partners — and doing so with exquisite timing.
Friday, March 17, 2023
A lot of people don't think twice about buying milk, says Teresa Calderez. "But there are lots of us out here who can't buy a gallon of milk when we need it."
Monday, March 13, 2023
Kamal Kapadia's tech startup had all of its money in Silicon Valley Bank. They're still trying to access their funds, days after it collapsed.
Thursday, March 09, 2023
Millions of American households will see a sharp cut in SNAP benefits as the government winds down its pandemic assistance. Some experts say the country is about to fall off a "hunger cliff."
Friday, February 24, 2023
Twins Lenny and Moishe were born premature to a surrogate mother in Kyiv just as Russia began its attack on Ukraine. They went through a daring journey to reach their eventual home in Chicago.
Thursday, February 23, 2023
Artist and collector Stephen Gamson was pointing out the porcelain balloon dog to his friend when the whole thing went down. It seems one gallery's trash is another man's treasure.
Wednesday, February 22, 2023
Officials are monitoring the air and water in East Palestine, Ohio, since a train carrying chemicals derailed there. A local doctor tells us what he is seeing.
Tuesday, February 21, 2023
The concept of a perma-long weekend is so attractive. But it's starting to feel like that mirage of an oasis in the desert. We're desperate for some relief but it always seems just out of reach.
Monday, February 20, 2023
The 76ers' fresh-faced point guard was the undisputed star of the night. In every round of the dunk contest, McClung bungeed his 6'2" frame up to the net with flourish.
Friday, February 17, 2023
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Aaron Gordon, a senior reporter for Vice's Motherboard, about his reporting about the freight train industry and safety concerns raised by railroad workers.
Thursday, February 16, 2023
Americans are concerned about the rapid takeover of bots in every day life. Where do we draw the line?