Humanitarian Zainab Salbi explains how life continues in the midst of war — and how the ones who "keep life going" are women.
Explorer Ben Saunders is the first person to finish the perilous trek from the edge of Antarctica to the South Pole and back. He describes what he had to endure in order to survive the journey.
People have been sticking it to The Man for years. And in this year's presidential race, The Man is really, really easy to stick it to.
Rhonda LeValdo plays music from Native American artists, ranging from traditional music to rock and rap.
Silver analyzes polls and predicts election outcomes on his website, FiveThirtyEight. This year's is "maybe the most fascinating nomination race that we've ever seen," he says.
New Yorker writer Jill Lepore examines the history of polling in America. She tells Fresh Air's Terry Gross that today's polls may be less reliable — and more influential — than ever before.
Texas State Representative Lyle Larson proposes a rotating schedule for primaries, to highlight larger and more diverse states.
President Obama's proposed budget includes an oil tax to pay for higher spending on "clean transportation infrastructure."
Three of the last four armed occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge have surrendered, according to one man — David Fry — who is refusing to give himself up to the FBI.
This might be the most desperately intense song in the emo band's catalog, and that's saying a lot.
In rare but tricky cases, disposing of an explosive device requires removing it safely from a living person. Military doctors have ways to minimize the risks, but there's no way to eliminate them.
Despite millions in government investment, "carbon capture and storage," as it’s called, has largely flopped in California.
The possibility that the Zika virus is linked to the birth defect microcephaly has sparked a public debate about women's reproductive rights in Latin America.
In addition to watching a presidential campaign, are we watching a unique cultural moment?
Greenhouses could make local fruits and vegetables more available year-round, but they're energy intense. In the Midwest, some growers tap into the Earth's internal heat to warm the structures.
Spud Webb won the NBA Slam Dunk Contest in a David and Goliath-type match up. Webb, 5'7", was the shortest player to ever win.
The push by Syrian government forces and their allies in the northern city of Aleppo has also displaced some 51,000 civilians since the beginning of last week, according to the U.N.
As governors across the country issue their budget plans and outline policy proposals, we check in on three states.
The Texas senator has largely been out of the headlines after his third-place showing in New Hampshire. But that was not a bad finish for him, and now the calendar is shaping up better for him.
The border city is recreating itself after years of bloodshed – something Pope Francis lived through in Argentina.