Monday, December 2nd 2019
Heliogen uses mirrors to magnify sunlight which creates temperatures hot enough to mix cement or create steel.
Certain animals, such as fish, can sense and avoid unfavorable weather conditions.
Cyber Monday sales are projected to top $7 billion this year as more shopping moves online.
Grammy-winning singer Trisha Yearwood talks to us about her new album, "Every Girl."
NPR political reporter Juana Summers gives us the latest from the presidential campaign trail.
As storms disrupt travel plans for millions of Americans after Thanksgiving, we take a look at how our furry (and scaly) friends react to storms, natural disasters and climate change...
American parents spend an average of $16,000 on child care annually, according to research from the Brookings Institution in 2017.
The pair worked with Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani on getting investigations into Democrats in Ukraine.
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in a case brought by gun rights advocates challenging the laws of New York City and the state.
Amtrak CEO Richard Anderson discusses his controversial decision to eliminate dining cars on some trains.
In Washington, a wave of new suspects could soon be identified in scores of cold cases.
The House Intelligence Committee has completed their work and will soon release a report summarizing their investigation.
American parents spend an average of $16,000 on child care annually, according to Brookings Institution research in 2017. We speak with The Atlantic's Derek Thompson about why child care costs...