New guidelines encourage doctors to tell patients to try non-drug therapies for acute lower back pain first.
(Image credit: Hero Images/Getty Images)
Krauss' new album is her first solo effort in 18 years, but she and Cannon — who produced Windy City — go back much further than that.
(Image credit: Courtesy of the artist)
Just before leaving office, the Obama administration banned the use of lead ammunition on federal land. Some hunters want President Trump to reverse the ban.
(Image credit: Kevin Spotts)
Mark Zuckerberg has announced a plan to make Facebook the only primary platform people use to connect to others virtually. But he fails to discuss the responsibilities that come with that power.
(Image credit: bombuscreative/iStock)
Astronomers think there's an undiscovered planet lurking in the far reaches of the solar system, and they're asking the public's help to find it.
(Image credit: Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech)
The Trump administration faces protests and likely lawsuits for its plan to aggressively rein in the EPA. But environmental protection was not always so politically divisive.
Steve Inskeep talks with Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland, a Democratic member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. Democrats are upset with the committee's Republican-set agenda.
Monopoly, the board game, is getting a revamp. Makers of the game are holding a contest and letting voters choose the next generation of game pieces. And voters have rejected the thimble.
This weekend marks the 75th anniversary of Franklin Roosevelt's executive order that led to the internment of Japanese-Americans. We hear from two people who were interned when they were children.
(Image credit: StoryCorps)
Steve Inskeep talks to Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford about Friday's vote to confirm Scott Pruitt to lead the EPA. The vote is before a deadline for Pruitt to release emails with fossil fuel interests.
It's now four weeks since President Trump was sworn in. Despite setbacks, like the sacking of his national security adviser, Trump is talking about "incredible progress" he's made since taking office.
President Trump's been dogged by reports saying his aides had contact with Russian intelligence. We look at how people in Russia are reacting to the news.
Rachel Martin speaks to former counterterrorism official Richard Clarke about Michael Flynn's resignation and the many developments related to the intelligence community this week.
Charlie Shrem went to prison for his involvement in Bitcoin trading. Now he's out and part of the next evolution of Bitcoin's future, investments that trade using Bitcoin's underlying technology.
Donald Trump decided to hold a news conference Thursday, and spent much of it insulting the news media.
Donald Lau wrote fortunes in fortune cookies for 30 years, but now he's quitting because he can't conjure up new bits of wisdom. Now he's training a successor. But when one door closes another opens.
Astrophysicist Mario Livio discusses a recently unearthed essay written by Winston Churchill in 1939. Churchill wrote about the possibility of space travel and life on other planets.
Steve Inskeep talks to New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman about his legal challenges to the White House's travel ban and other ways he is opposing President Trump's agenda.
At a news conference Thursday, Donald Trump said the media is being "dishonest" and talked about his new nominee to lead the Department of Labor.
A rural road in northern New York has become a magnet for refugees who no longer want to stay in the U.S. Growing numbers are stepping into Canada, knowing Mounties immediately will arrest them.
(Image credit: Kathleen Masterson/VPR)