Friday, August 23rd 2019
It's possible the brain can compensate against lead poisoning. One thing that might help? Reading.
Retired Colonel Ketti Davison says the U.S. and NATO may need to fight their way out as Afghans focus on their own survival.
Jerome Powell said the economy is in a favorable condition, but that the last three weeks have been "eventful."
Women, especially women of color, are underrepresented in management and board positions in the workplace.
Al Jazeera English's Femi Oke discusses stories that have gone viral this week.
Host Tonya Mosley speaks with Rob Pincus, a member of the NRA and a spokesperson for Save the Second.
The National Rifle Association has had President Trump's ear this week when it comes to the conversation about guns in America. But the NRA has been facing continued internal troubles....
Deena Kastor is one of the top American distance runners in history.
Ajena Cason Rogers has traced her family history back to American slavery's early days.
Major phone companies are teaming up with the attorneys general of all fifty states plus Washington, D.C., to stop robocalls in a new agreement.
"David Makes Man" follows a young black teenager who struggles to balance life at his white, middle class high school and the poor Miami neighborhood where he lives.
From natural disasters and everyday accidents, the Stop the Bleed campaign encourages bystanders to become trained and equipped in an emergency situation.
AP's Meg Kinnard and NPR's Ayesha Rascoe assess the state of play this week in the 2020 presidential race.
Would you know what to do in an emergency situation? From natural disasters and everyday accidents, the Stop the Bleed campaign encourages bystanders to become trained and equipped in an...