NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry about their partnership and deep dive into mental health in their new series, The Me You Can't See, on Apple TV+.
The invite-only app lets you eavesdrop on chats between celebrities, journalists and tech savants. Oprah, Elon Musk and White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain have all joined.
In 2017, Macon author Lauren Morrill was anxious and upset about the political debate about affordable healthcare. As so many Americans do when we have strong opinions about something, the Young Adult author took to social media. She fired off a tweet and went back to her life. Since then, Morrill’s words have been misattributed by a major media outlet, two famous actors and countless artists.
The billboards will be placed across Louisville, Ky., where Taylor was shot and killed in her apartment by police. The signs' message urges the arrest of the officers involved.
On this edition of Political Rewind, more than ever before, the eyes of the nation are on Georgia as the race for governor draws to a close. President...