Oscars signage is seen as preparations are made for the 85th Academy Awards in Los Angeles (Matt Sayles/Invision/AP)
Police shootings, cop culture, body cameras. And the big debate over how to protect the public and the police.
Nicholas Carr says automation, all over, is turning us into zombies. Out of touch with the world. He’s with us.
How Aristotle invented science. The great ancient Greek, and life on Earth.
Silicon Valley’s Peter Thiel; the entrepreneur, investor and the PayPal co-founder’s call for deep invention.
All of you love to listen to old broadcasts when we play them, and Taylor Swift loves the Internet.
NPR’s Chris Arnold took part in a remarkable new reporting series tackling the rise of garnished wages as a way to pay off debt. He talked to us today about the series.
Lots of big, contentious topics on the show this week — from Zionism to early education, corporal punishment to development in the Grand Canyon.