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Cookbook author Joan Nathan looks at her own culinary history in 'My Life in Recipes'

Friday, April 19, 2024

Joan Nathan has spent her life exploring Jewish culture through recipes. Now in her 80s, her new book is her most personal work yet — excavating her own culinary history.


Breaking down the NCAA women's championship game and tournament

Monday, April 08, 2024

In Sunday's NCAA final, the Iowa Hawkeyes lost to the South Carolina Gamecocks. NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with sports journalist Kavitha Davidson about the banner year for women's college basketball.


The mayor of Baltimore on what comes next for his city

Wednesday, March 27, 2024

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Baltimore mayor Brandon Scott about the aftermath of the bridge collapse in Baltimore and what happens next.


An infrastructure expert weighs in on the Baltimore bridge collapse

Tuesday, March 26, 2024

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with critical infrastructure expert Stephen Flynn about the bridge collapse in Baltimore.


These 4 stars are poised for a deep run in March Madness. Here's who to watch

Thursday, March 21, 2024

It's been a banner year for women's college basketball. Now, with March Madness upon us, we've talked with some of the star players ready to go big in the NCAA tournament.


The queens of March Madness: Notre Dame's Freshman floor general Hannah Hidalgo

Wednesday, March 20, 2024

As America waits for the kickoff of the Men's and Women's NCAA Tournaments, NPR's providing listeners with mini profiles of talented players leading their teams into the tournamen.


What to expect this March Madness

Monday, March 18, 2024

NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Justin Williams, a staff writer at The Athletic, about what to look out for when the NCAA basketball tournament starts Tuesday.


Daniel Lewis explored the roles of different trees play his new book, 'Twelve Trees'

Thursday, March 14, 2024

NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with writer Daniel Lewis about his new book, Twelve Trees, which zeroes in on a different tree species in each chapter.


An expert weighs in on the crisis in Haiti

Monday, March 11, 2024

Daniel Foote, a former American diplomat who was appointed as the special envoy to Haiti after the president was assassinated, speaks with NPR's Mary Louise Kelly about the current crisis in Haiti.


The impact of Taylor Swift being on the NFL bleachers

Monday, January 29, 2024

NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Nora Princiotti, a staff writer at The Ringer and a Swiftie, about Taylor Swift's cultural impact on the NFL.


Hardcore thrifters share their shopping tips

Thursday, January 25, 2024

NPR's Life Kit asks a group of die-hard thrifters to share some tips on ways you can make your thrift shopping trips more successful.


Talking Millennial stereotypes and a misunderstood generation of women

Wednesday, January 24, 2024

NPR's Juana Summers talks with Kate Kennedy, author of One in a Millennial: On Friendships, Feelings, Fangirls and Fitting In, which explores the experience of being a millennial woman.


Who is Jerod Mayo, the new head coach for the New England Patriots?

Tuesday, January 16, 2024

Jerod Mayo is the new head coach of the New England Patriots, who replaces Bill Belichick after 24 seasons. Who is he? We speak to reporter Shalise Manza Young about Mayo's new role.


'All Thing Considered' staff shares their most memorable stories from 2023

Friday, December 29, 2023

Some of the All Things Considered staff whose voices you don't always hear on air share their favorite stories that aired on the show this year.


Here are the 25 top viewed Wikipedia articles of 2023

Wednesday, December 06, 2023

The publicly-edited online encyclopedia Wikipedia raked in more than 84 billion views this year. The Wikimedia Foundation gas released a breakdown of those numbers.


Has online shopping become too easy? How companies get you to buy before thinking

Friday, November 24, 2023

NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with The Atlantic's Amanda Mull about the convenience of online shopping and how it can lead to buying things you don't really need or want.


Before dying, she made a fund to cancel others' medical debt — now $60 million worth

Thursday, November 23, 2023

NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Andrew Gregory about his late wife, Casey McIntyre, and the medical debt cancellation fund she set up before she died earlier in November of ovarian cancer.


The Emerson String Quartet gives one of its last live performances at NPR's Tiny Desk

Monday, November 06, 2023

In 1976, some Juilliard students got together and created a string quartet — and the Emerson String Quartet was born. They came to the NPR Tiny Desk to play one of their final live performances.


How lack of independent play is impacting children's mental health

Tuesday, October 31, 2023

NPR's Juana Summers speaks with research professor Peter Gray about the connection between the decline of children's mental health and the decline of independent play.


Former FBI agent talks about potential difficulties in Lewiston manhunt

Friday, October 27, 2023

NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with a former FBI agent on what law enforcement faces with the ongoing manhunt for the man who killed 18 people in Lewiston, ME.