Google Asks Users To Help Fight Ebola — And They Answer With Cash For the first time ever, Google reached out to users in a matching campaign to help fund Ebola treatment and prevention. The company's philanthropic director explains why.
Words Fail When It Comes To Aromas It's easy to describe what something looks like, but a lot harder to describe how something smells. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Jay Gottfried, a neuroscientist who investigates this conundrum.
Patch Of Pacific Water Is Warmest In Decades A stretch of unusually warm water is lingering off of the West Coast. Scientists are calling it "the blob." Fishermen are calling it the best the thing to happen to their industry in 20 years.
New Congress, New Laws: New Life For Lobbyists Politicians from both parties have promised to be productive in the upcoming term. Republican lobbyist Marc Lampkin tells NPR's Rachel Martin that more legislation is good news for K St.
Jacobson And Glazer Take 'Broad City' On The Road Real-life friends and comedians Abbi Jacobsen and Ilana Glazer star in <em>Broad City</em>, about two flawed women navigating New York City in their 20s. NPR's Rachel Martin caught up with them on tour.
The Case For — And Against — Gambling On NBA Games Only in Nevada is it legal to bet on games. The NBA commissioner says its time to legalize sports gambling. Slate.com's Mike Pesca talks with NPR's Rachel Martin about the odds of that happening.
Why Women Get The Worst Of Internet Bullying Life online can be brutal, especially for women. In this For the Record segment, NPR's Rachel Martin talks with three women who have been harassed and threatened on the Internet.
The King Of Housewives Dishes Pop Culture's Delightful Dirt Pop culture juggernaut Andy Cohen has written a new memoir, <em>The Andy Cohen Diaries.</em> He speaks to NPR's Rachel Martin about why celebrity fascinates him and how he went from journalism to reality TV.
Fines Don't Appear To Deter Mine Safety Violations An NPR investigation found that mine workers are at greater risk of injury in mines that are able to avoid paying safety fines. Changes in mine safety enforcement could make penalties more effective.