After Fan Pressure, Netflix Makes 'Daredevil' Accessible To The Blind The series stars a blind superhero — but at first, it lacked audio descriptions for the visually impaired. Netflix has added that option, but the issue raises larger questions of online accessibility.
WHO Leader Says End Of Ebola Outbreak Is Near, But Hard Work Remains The new head of the World Health Organization's Africa region predicts the Ebola outbreak will end by this fall. But the world must remain vigilant until transmission has completely stopped, she says.
Gazing Into Those Puppy-Dog Eyes May Actually Be Good For You Gazing into your dog's eyes apparently triggers happy feelings in both parties - suggesting that dogs really may love us back. (This piece originally aired on All Things Considered on April 16, 2015.)
Rules For No-Fly List Disclosures Get An Update Hundreds of Americans are on the list, but often don't know it — or how they got there. <em>The Washington Post</em>'s Adam Goldman explains the DOJ's new guidelines for informing people of their status.
When Politicians Lose Their Accents Some say Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's Midwestern accent has become less pronounced. Georgetown professor Deborah Tannen says politicians' voices often change, depending on their audience.
GOP Presidential Hopefuls Converge In New Hampshire New Hampshire Public Radio's Josh Rogers shares an update from Nashua, N.H., where current and potential Republican presidential candidates have gathered to speak to party leaders and activists.
The Inauspicious Start To Susan Stamberg's Broadcasting Career Susan Stamberg is an NPR "founding mother" and the first woman to anchor a national nightly news program. But her radio debut was not so glamorous: A fake weather report on a local radio station.
Late Chicago Chef Sought To Open 'A New Page In Gastronomy' A star of molecular gastronomy, Homaro Cantu, 38, took his own life this week. Cantu owned a Michelin-starred restaurant, but he also wanted to cure world hunger and improve Americans' eating habits.