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Doing laundry on the International Space Station (ISS) is not an option right now, but Procter & Gamble, the maker of Tide, hopes to change that with testing set to begin next year.Av Ann Thompson
From the beginning of the pandemic, the debate about the origins of the coronavirus was immediately politicized by former President Donald Trump. But now international efforts to investigate and find answers have stalled. NPR's Will Stone explains why. Despite a new focus on the lab leak theory, many scientists still believe the virus emerged natur…
Today Democrats' massive elections overhaul bill is all but set to stall out in the Senate, but the party's wish-list was never expected to gain Republican support. That's because the two parties are only getting further apart on how conduct free and fair elections. This episode: White House correspondent Asma Khalid, Congressional correspondent Su…
Offering scenes of unforgettable camp and introducing one of the first out gay characters to mass audiences, the primetime TV series Dynasty achieved iconic status, especially among LGBTQ+ audiences.Av Chloe Veltman
President Biden wants to spend $200 billion renovating old homes or building affordable new ones. It's a move that would fight climate change in a way that makes people's lives better.Av NPR
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Ramogi Huma of the National College Players Association about the Supreme Court's compensation ruling involving NCAA athletes.Av NPR
North Korea has revised its highest law of the land. Erasing, at least on paper, its goal of overthrowing South Korea's government by inciting revolution. Experts are debating what the changes mean.Av NPR
More contagious than other variants, and maybe more likely to cause severe disease, Delta is spreading so fast it could cause yet another U.S. surge this summer or fall, according to new research.Av NPR
There's been an increase in wild peacocks in Southern California. Many people hate them; many people love them; and many hear their piercing screams.Av NPR
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Robin Wright, U.S. Institute for Peace Distinguished Fellow, about what the results of Friday's elections in Iran mean for on-going efforts to reenergize the Iran Deal.Av NPR
A surge in imports is overwhelming transportation networks and testing supply chains, making life hard for small-business owners.Av NPR
NPR's Scott Simon talks with Brandon Taylor about his new collection of stories, Filthy Animals.Av NPR
Democratic Congressman Jamaal Bowman is part of a new class of progressive lawmakers hoping to push their party left on issues like police reform, healthcare and racial justice. A proponent of reparations legislation, the former New York principal tells NPR that President Biden's position "falls short" when it comes to reparations for survivors and…