'Friends' Co-Creator On Its Resurgence: 'It's Like Comfort Food'
"When my daughter was in high school, one of her friends ... said to her, 'Have you seen that new show called 'Friends'? They thought it was a period piece."
On The Middle East: Israel Elections, Saudi Drone Strikes, Iran Tensions
With news from Israel, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan and Iran, we talk with a U.S. diplomat who has served across the region about the role the U.S. should play.
Nostalgia TV's Takeover: Rewind The Clock, Rewatch The Classics
Nostalgia TV makes a comeback. We look at reboots, reunions, revivals and why, 25 years on, we want to hang with "Friends."
The 50-Year Fight: Solutions For Closing The Achievement Gap
Is the achievement gap the result of students' lack of achievement, or the lack of opportunities they're offered? What kinds of things are students working on, building and creating in classrooms? Tell us more!
Andrew Yang's 2020 Platform: Fighting Economic Doom, Climate Change And More
2020 Democratic hopeful and tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang makes the case for why he should be the next president of the United States.
Former S.C. Gov. Mark Sanford Joins Ranks Of Republicans Running Against Trump
Republican presidential candidate Mark Sanford, a former South Carolina governor and congressman, is with us.
Go behind the headlines: From the economy and health care to politics and the environment – and so much more – On Point hosts Meghna Chakrabarti and David Folkenflik speak with newsmakers and real people about the issues that matter most. On Point is produced by WBUR for NPR.
Medical Schools Look To Educate The Next Generation Of Doctors On Pain
Because addiction can begin in the doctor’s office, many medical schools are rethinking the way they train the next generation of doctors. We spoke to four paving the way on pain management.
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Remembering Toni Morrison, 'A Friend Of Our Minds'
The literature and the legacy of the author Toni Morrison, who has died at 88. A Nobel laureate and Pultizer...
Nearly 11 Million People In The Indian City Of Chennai Are Almost Out Of Water
The water crisis in Chennai is worsening. Its population is roughly the same as New York City’s. What lessons does...
San Francisco Bans Facial Recognition Tech Over Surveillance, Bias Concerns
San Francisco bans facial recognition surveillance technology. We look at the tech-savvy city’s message for the rest of the country.
Ash Carter Shares Lessons From His 'Lifetime Of Leadership' In The Pentagon
Former Defense Secretary Ash Carter on what goes on behind the five walls of the Pentagon and what he sees...
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