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Of the Americans living in mobile homes, 3 million of them reside in high flood areas

Monday, June 19, 2023

Almost 20 million Americans live in mobile homes. Those homes are a lot less likely to be restored after natural disasters, meaning disasters often exacerbate the country's affordable housing crises.


Out-of-staters are flocking to places where abortions are easier to get

Sunday, April 16, 2023

States with strong abortion rights protections are seeing many more abortion seekers, mostly from neighboring states with abortion restrictions.


With gun control far from sight, schools redesign for student safety

Friday, March 17, 2023

In the wake of ongoing school shootings, architects are designing schools to minimize risk and increase student connection.


Winter storm sending heavy snow where California rarely sees it

Wednesday, February 22, 2023

The winter storm that's pummeling nearly half the United States means snow in parts of California that often don't see it.


Democrats control Michigan for the first time in 40 years. They want gun control

Thursday, February 16, 2023

Having been blocked by Republican legislatures on regulation in the past, Michigan Democrats are forging ahead on tighter gun restrictions after the shooting at Michigan State.


Balloon shoot-down has U.S. on alert. Weather forecasters know how to steer clear

Wednesday, February 15, 2023

The U.S. military started tracking more airborne objects it calls "low speed clutter" after shooting down the Chinese balloon. The National Weather Service says it launches about 184 balloons a day.


At the first March for Life post-Roe, anti-abortion activists say fight isn't over

Friday, January 20, 2023

Seven months after overturning the constitutional right to an abortion, anti-abortion rights activists are celebrating their victories and planning their next steps at their annual march in D.C


For many, family bonds can run deeper than shared DNA

Saturday, January 14, 2023

For many people, creating a chosen family is a necessity - a key to survival. And it can be especially important for queer people, who may be underhoused or rejected by their biological families.


Consider This: They say you can't choose your family, but some people do

Monday, January 02, 2023

You've heard the saying, "Blood is thicker than water," but for many people, family is not just about blood or DNA — it's about deep connections.


Novelist Steph Cha on her favorite novel, 'The Long Goodbye' by Raymond Chandler

Wednesday, December 14, 2022

All Things Considered hosts are asking their favorite writers about their favorite writers. Ailsa Chang talks with novelist Steph Cha about her favorite novel, "The Long Goodbye" by Raymond Chandler.


The Lockerbie investigator says no one could process the attack at the time

Monday, December 12, 2022

NPR's Juana Summers talks with retired FBI Special Agent Dick Marquise, who led the Pan Am Flight 103 investigation, about the Lockerbie plane bombing suspect in U.S. custody.


A new law in Russia is Putin's latest attack on LGBTQ rights

Friday, December 09, 2022

NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Oxford University professor Dan Healey about new laws in Russia that make it illegal to spread LGBTQ "propaganda."


A scientific survey takes a look at 'vocal mimicry' in parrots

Thursday, December 08, 2022

A new scientific survey takes a close look at the ability of parrots to mimic human words and phrases.


The former Head of Trust and Safety at Twitter on working for CEO Elon Musk

Friday, December 02, 2022

NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Yoel Roth, former Head of Trust and Safety at Twitter, about his experience working for CEO Elon Musk.


The first all-female referee team makes history at the World Cup

Thursday, December 01, 2022

History is made as the first all-female referee team officiates the World Cup match between Costa Rica and Germany.


Soccer managers turn the World Cup sidelines into a fashion show

Wednesday, November 30, 2022

If you take a peek at the World Cup sidelines, you'll notice there's kind of a fashion show going on. Soccer managers are bringing their best looks to the field.


Where did all the key changes go?

Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Many of the biggest hits in pop music used to have a key change, but it's getting harder and harder to find in top hits.


Closing the gender pay gap could be critical in reducing California homelessness

Monday, November 28, 2022

NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Holly Martinez, the executive director of the California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls, about how closing the gender pay gap could help reduce homelessness.


What fans can expect as the second week of World Cup games kicks off

Monday, November 28, 2022

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with broadcaster Roger Bennett about what fans can expect as the second week of games kicks off at the World Cup.


Why the key change has disappeared from top-charting tunes

Friday, November 25, 2022

A data analyst listened to decades of Billboard's top tunes and discovered that a once-ubiquitous compositional tool, the key change, has all but disappeared from modern hits.