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The Tokyo Games Could End Up Being The Hottest Summer Olympics Ever

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Slushy machines, salt tablets, cooling jackets: The Tokyo Games have already proved to be a hot and humid affair, and experts say the role of climate change can't be overlooked.


2 Pivotal Soccer Matches This Weekend Could Turn Around Long Histories Of Heartbreak

Saturday, July 10, 2021

Fans of England's men's team, who play in the Euro finals Sunday, have waited 55 years for an international championship. Argentina could end a 28-year title drought in Saturday's Copa America final.


Two Pivotal Soccer Games Will Be Played This Weekend

Friday, July 09, 2021

It's a busy summer for soccer fans. NPR talks to longtime soccer commentator Grant Wahl about what's at stake this weekend at the Copa America tournament in Rio de Janeiro and UEFA Euro 2020 in London


Long Marred By Racism, St. Louis Elects 1st Black Female Mayor

Sunday, April 11, 2021

Amid unrest at local jails, surging gun violence and a pandemic that has disproportionately hurt people of color, Tishaura Jones says: "We are done avoiding race and how it holds this region back."


Far-Right Misinformation Is Thriving On Facebook. A New Study Shows Just How Much

Saturday, March 06, 2021

Research from New York University found that far-right accounts known for spreading misinformation drive engagement at higher rates than other news sources.


Tom Misch On Making 'What Kinda Music' And Seeing Yussef Dayes At A Talent Show

Saturday, April 25, 2020

NPR's Scott Simon talks to the British producer, guitarist and vocalist about What Kinda Music, his new album with drummer Yussef Dayes.


Virtual Happy Hour Anyone? Working From Home But Keeping Connected

Sunday, March 15, 2020

How do you keep your office connected when people are working from home and practicing social distancing? One CEO is throwing virtual happy hours and online karaoke parties.