Has Hillary Clinton Actually Been Dodging The Press? Clinton has been criticized for failing to give enough access to the media, but she says she's done more than 300 interviews. According to an NPR analysis, that's only part of the story.
North Korea Reveals Netflix-Like Streaming Service One official said it's "elevating the people's cultural life" by allowing its citizens to stream state-run TV. Which is to say binge watch propaganda in the comfort of their own home.
Professor Uses Beer To Brew Up Interest In Chemistry A chemistry professor at the University of Southern Maine started asking students to lab-test beer. By the way, testing doesn't mean tasting. Students aren't allowed to drink beer in class.
Locals In Flooded Rural Areas Of Louisiana Say Aid Is Slow To Arrive In Baton Rouge, the recovery is underway after historic floods devastated the southern part of the state. But aid is slower to reach more remote, rural areas that were also hit hard by the rains.
'Alt-Right,' A White Nationalists Fringe Group, Gains Attention Hillary Clinton blasted Donald Trump for aligning with the "alt-right." David Greene talks to Nicole Hemmer, University of Virginia professor and author of a forthcoming book <em>Messengers of the Right</em>.
Despite Low Oil Prices, Shell Moves Forward With Pa. Petrochemical Plant Even in a down time for its oil and gas business, Shell has decided to build a multi-billion dollar ethane cracker — which makes natural gas into plastics and chemicals — in gas-rich Pennsylvania.
Under New Philippine President, Hundreds Have Died In Extrajudicial Killings David Greene talks to Jose Luis Gascon, chairman of the Philippine Commission on Human Rights, about the alleged extrajudicial killings that have happened since President Rodrigo Duterte took office.
Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins Show Strain Of Not Getting Enough Sleep It turns out dolphins are just like us — they need their sleep. Ann Garrett of the National Marine Fisheries Service explains a proposed rule that's intended to help the dolphins get some sleep.
Police Shooting Victim To Be Buried Friday As Tensions Simmer In Milwaukee The Milwaukee man fatally shot by a police officer two weeks ago will be buried on Friday. The shooting resulted in two days of riots and a 10 p.m. curfew for teens.