Brian Feldman has long been fascinated by Twitter's efforts to contextualize trending topics with short descriptions. So he documented more than 450 from this year and put them in a public archive.
There are a handful of key races that could indicate how big (or small) a GOP wave is coming on election night and afterward.
Thursday on Political Rewind: A look at the slate of legislation in the General Assembly. Among those bills, we discussed a proposed parental "bill of rights” for Georgia schools. Gov. Brian Kemp said the legislation would allow parents a more active role in their child’s education, but critics warn the bill could cause a chill on free speech. Republican governors of other states, like Gov. Ron DeSantis in Florida, are pushing similar legislation.
Black History Month grew from a weeklong celebration that started nearly 100 years ago — and it's not random that it's in February.
What could the world achieve this year if we had a limitless budget and full support from global leaders? Our audience shares their heartfelt ideas.
Avoiding money issues is often at the expense of our longer-term financial — and mental — wellbeing. To upend problematic money behavior, try doing an audit of your last few money interactions.
NPR's Scott Simon shares the story of twins born 15 minutes apart, one just before midnight on Dec. 31, 2021, and one just after, and what their birth years might mean in the future.
We asked global thinkers like Malala, doctors dealing with the pandemic, educators and more — if you were in charge of the world, what would you like to see happen this year.