NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to climate scientist Brenda Ekwurzel about the National Climate Assessment released on Friday and whether the impacts of climate change being felt already are reversible. Transcript
The White House photographer has taken more than 2 million photos during Obama's presidency — here are the best
Pete Souza has taken an estimated 2 million photographs during Obama's eight years in office, and released them to the public in real time on Flickr and Instagram. Souza has captured historic moments,
Millions of Americans are addicted to painkillers, with the death rate from opioid addiction doubling over the past decade, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The US government
Many are calling ketamine the biggest advance in depression treatment in years. I'm going to die soon. For months, this is what the voice inside my head told me, repeating over and over. I was plagued
When you're 30, you're the star of your life, the universe revolving around you for your viewing pleasure. Life is about the next job, who you're going to love, friends or couples you click with, where
Now, the duo — who prefer to be called Captain and Charlie in lieu of their full names — is traveling the Mediterranean Sea and documenting their travels in incredible pictures on their blog and on Instagram.
It must be easier for conservative columnists to fret about those crazy students instead of focusing on the intellectual wasteland sprouting from what was supposed to be their think tank driven "revolution
As the world prayed for Paris, more than three thousand miles east another atrocity was being uncovered in Iraq - two mass graves containing the bodies of older Yazidi women. Sophy Ridge explains why can't
When I finally did feel comfortable to post a (faraway and sunglassed) photo on my AM profile, I was bombarded with likes and winks and invitations to view private photo galleries. At first, it was kind
Dale Carnegie is one of the most trusted authors in the self-improvement space, thanks largely to his bestseller "How to Win Friends and Influence People," originally published in 1936. His 1948 book,
Lost resting place of Egyptian queen Nefertiti may have been hidden by Tutankhamun's tomb, archaeologist says
An English archaeologist has suggested that the tomb of Tutankhamun, the most famous of Egypt's pharaohs, is hiding a secret that has eluded researchers since its discovery more than 90 years ago. Dr.
8 science-backed mind tricks to beat procrastination and do that thing you've been putting off right now
But the thing about getting things done? It's hard — especially when whatever you're supposed to be doing is daunting, unpleasant, or particularly high stakes. And as we've written before, there are powerful