Also this week: An interview with Eric Schmidt, the chairman of Alphabet and formerly the chairman and CEO of Google.
We introduced you to Suave in our "Life Sentence" episode. Now we check in with him and hear what happens on Sunday morning at the maximum security prison where he's serving his time.
Before we sign off, Suave gives us some final thoughts for this episode on being locked up.
A father on death row in Texas talks about the challenges of keeping in touch with his son. He can only talk with his son by phone every three months or visit behind a glass wall.
Instead of staying in detention, some undocumented people are now being tracked by ankle monitors.
At the California Medical Facility, prison officials believe that inmate patients deserve to die with dignity, despite the crimes they've committed.
For people living with diabetes in prison, limited food options can raise serious health concerns.
For people in jail or prison, phone calls can cost up to 20 times what they cost from a cellphone. But the FCC recently regulated the costs of inmate phone calls. Latino USA explores.
The AFSCME union's backing comes as many labor groups are still waiting to endorse a presidential candidate — and as Clinton is seeing the best stretch of her campaign.
Some public health researchers say consumer review sites like Yelp might just help them identify and investigate food poisoning outbreaks. But is the information reliable?
The short answer is, it depends on the database. What we can say for sure is that Patricia is a monster of a storm.
Conductor Andris Nelsons rallies the Tanglewood Festival Chorus in Prokofiev's riotous Alexander Nevsky and makes the orchestra shine in Rachmaninov's Symphonic Dances.
Some people return to the emergency room again and again because it's their only source of medical care. A Wisconsin hospital hired social workers to help patients find better sources of care.
During a month of renewed Israeli-Palestinian violence, one hummus restaurant is paying Jews and Arabs to sit down together for a meal. We drop in on the cafe to witness hummus diplomacy in action.
The former Florida governor's presidential campaign is slashing staff salaries, as the Republican tries to keep pace with a still-strong Donald Trump, surging Ben Carson and others.
Advocates hope that a judge's deadline, and the possible revocation of one detention center's license, could lead to the end of family detention.
Costello joins World Cafe to discuss his new memoir, Unfaithful Music And Disappearing Ink.
Hear why Dan Auerbach calls his new band's music "weird" in a set recorded live in the studio.
Hear a 1999 session with the bassist, who's since had a prolific career as a film and TV composer.
Following the death of longtime collaborator The Spaceape, producer Steve Goodman goes avant-garde, mixing jazz piano, minimalist organ lines, and footwork beats.