NPR's Senior Vice President of News and Editorial Director Michael Oreskes explains why he believes journalism and facts are important after this year's historic election.
FiveThirtyEight senior writer Farai Chideya talks about covering politics and polling in the 2016 election and how her views on media coverage of politics have changed.
Doyin Richards, founder of Daddy Doin' Work, decided to unfriend Trump supporters on Facebook. He discusses his social media reaction and how to move forward after the election.
Asra Nomani is a former Wall Street Journal reporter who wrote a piece in The Washington Post about why she, as a liberal, decided to vote for Donald Trump.
Christians in northern Iraq can now return to villages that the Islamic State occupied for the past two years. But the damage is extensive and many are not sure it's safe to go back.
Sanders' most ardent supporters say the Vermont socialist could have won over working-class voters in states such as Michigan and Wisconsin that Hillary Clinton lost.
What do birds like to chow down on anyway? And what to do with pesky squirrels? NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Talkin' Birds host Ray Brown about birdfeeding.
At the end of election week, NPR's Tom Goldman joins Scott Simon to reflect on a year in which politics seeped into every aspect of America life, including sports.
The two winners beat out stiff competition at this week's International Exhibition of Funeral, Burial, and Cremation Services.
Young entrepreneurs developing products for older adults have found a way to get instant feedback. They move into senior housing so residents can test their products on the spot.