Tuesday, September 15th 2020
Professor Martha Desmond discusses what might be killing off tens of thousands of birds in New Mexico.
Chairman Harvey Godwin discusses the role of the Lumbee as a pivotal "swing tribe" in this year's election.
In Oakland, California, the city has opened clean air centers and volunteers are hitting the streets to provide free masks.
Oracle says it will be a "trusted technology partner" for TikTok, hoping to mollify the national security concerns of U.S. regulators.
We look at what's happening with the pandemic globally with NPR's Nurith Aizenman.
The Ohio Controlling Board denied a request from the state's Republican secretary of state to spend $3 million of his own office's money on postage for absentee ballots.
Robeson County in North Carolina is one of the most diverse counties in the country and home to the Lumbee Tribe. Lumbee Chairman Harvey Godwin explains the role of the...
WPLN reporter Samantha Max looks at how difficult and expensive regaining the right to vote can be in Tennessee.
Betsey Stevenson, professor of public policy and economics at the University of Michigan, explains how the economic crisis caused by the pandemic has affected women's employment.
Citigroup announced last week that its retail banking head Jane Fraser will become the bank's next CEO, making her the first woman ever to head a major U.S. bank.
Forecasters are warning of potentially deadly storm surges, flash floods and the possibility of tornadoes.
Black American culture has a significant influence on K-pop music at large, author Crystal Anderson says.
More people have died from COVID-19 in the U.S. than any other country, according to statistics from Johns Hopkins University.
The race between Republican Congressman Scott Perry and Democratic challenger Eugene DePasquale has been labeled a toss-up.
K-pop groups are facing a call to action and activism. Crystal Anderson, author of the new book "Soul in Seoul: African American Popular Music and K-Pop," explains. Also, more than...
California Gov. Gavin Newsom recently confronted President Trump during a news conference about the role of climate change in intensifying wildfires.
President Trump presided over the ceremony.