Aid Workers In Short Supply As Ebola Grips Liberia When disaster strikes a poor country, aid workers from all over the world normally flood the zone. This time, fear of the virus is keeping experts from answering West Africa's calls for help.
Earthquake, Aftershocks Shake Northern California Dozens of people were injured Sunday morning when a 6.1 magnitude earthquake hit northern California. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks to Craig Miller of member station KQED about the situation in Napa.
An Outcast Teen Attacked With Slurs, Fists, Gasoline And A Match When Darnell Moore was a teenager in the late '80s, a group of boys doused him in gasoline and tried to light him on fire. One of his attackers was his next-door neighbor.
A Puzzle Hokey Pokey, That's What It's All About Every answer is a made-up, two-word phrase, in which the first word has 5 letters. Drop its last letter and read the remaining 4 letters backward, and you'll get the second word of the phrase.
Feiffer Draws On 1930s Noir In 'Kill My Mother' NPR's Linda Wertheimer speaks with Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Jules Feiffer. At age 85, he's written his first graphic novel, <em>Kill My Mother.</em>
Elisabeth Moss Revels In Naive-But-Calculating Characters <em>The One I Love</em> is a time-shifting, cosmic romantic comedy starring Elisabeth Moss. NPR's Linda Wertheimer speaks with the <em>Mad Men</em> star about her new film and her impressive career.
Louise Penny Builds A Magical Ensemble In 'The Long Way Home' Chief Inspector Gamache is back in Louise Penny's latest novel, <em>The Long Way Home</em>. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks to Penny about the tenth book in the Gamache mystery series.
South Africa Makes A Plan To Protect Rhinos From Poachers NPR's Linda Wertheimer speaks to Jo Shaw, rhino program manager at the World Wildlife Fund in Cape Town, South Africa, about the country's new rhino conservation plan.