Do you really need a brain to sense the world around you? To remember? Or even learn?
In anticipation of Super Bowl LII (Go Eagles), we're revisiting an old episode about the surprising history of how the game came to be.
A look at the government’s secret power to control almost everything around you.
How do you pay proper tribute to a legend that many people haven’t heard of?
What are people thinking when they risk their lives for someone else? Is heroism an act of sympathy or empathy?
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Today, we're back with Part 2 of our questions episodes. This time, we're chasing down answers to some bigger, little questions.
Here at the show, we get A LOT of questions, tiny questions, big questions, weird questions, poop questions. Today, we’re dumping the bucket out.
Walter Murch (aka, the Godfather of The Godfather), joined by a team of scientists, leads us on what felt like the magical mystery tour of super cool science.
How a diabetic, a cop, and a bottle of orange juice changed the way we police, forever.
Today, we look back at a story we ran almost a decade ago, run into an unfolding upheaval in the field of social psychology, and wonder what might happen to one of our favorite ideas.
If you donate bone marrow, you might save a life… or you might land a starring role in the greatest story ever told.
There’s nothing quite like the sound of someone thinking out loud, struggling to find words and ideas to match what’s in their head.
What happens when a Palestinian American Lutheran Minister runs for office in one of the most divided and most conservative neighborhoods in all of New York City?
If you can’t find justice in the Supreme Court, can you find it someplace else?
What happens if we hand over our stickiest moral quandary to a two-ton hunk of metal and let it loose on our streets?
In a flash of heroism and humanity, Oliver Sipple saved a life and became something he never wanted to be.
This week, we are presenting a story from NPR foreign correspondent Gregory Warner and his new globe-trotting podcast Rough Translation.
Today we take a quick look up at a hole in the sky and follow an old story as it travels beyond the reach of the sun.