Podcast: Plant-Based Meat Alternatives are Beefing Up in Popularity 2019-06-25
Plant-based meat has seen a boom in popularity but is it really all its chalked up to be?
The U.S. is sending Central American migrants fleeing gang violence back to Mexican cities with reputations for gang violence to await their asylum hearings.
The island is facing one of the worst economic crises since the post-Soviet period.
In the second part of "Life After Overdose," we go to Columbus, Ohio, to meet with an ER doctor who faces overdose patients daily. He shares his efforts to steer them to recovery.
Listeners share a specific moment in the movement for LGBTQ rights that has stuck with them.
Podcast: “The Children are Dirty, They're Sick": Extreme Overcrowding and Unsanitary Conditions Reported at Migrant Detention Centers 2019-06-24
Last week, migrant children being held in a Customs and Border Protection facility in Clint, Texas told a team of lawyers they hadn't bathed in weeks and are sleeping on concrete floors.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s local leadership is being questioned after the death of South Bend resident Eric Logan, who was shot and killed by a white police officer.
Instant replay in soccer — known as VAR for Video Assistant Referee — is here to stay, but that hasn't stopped the controversy around it from dominating World Cup conversations.
In the first part of our series "Life After Overdose," we meet 41-year-old Lauren Hamilton, and 25-year-old April Erion. Both survived opioid overdoses in the last year.
The Trump campaign owes at least $841,219 to ten different municipal governments for police services during his campaign rallies.
Politics with Amy Walter: Digital Ads and the Wild West of Political Campaigning
As U.S. voters increasingly spend more of their lives online, political campaigns and other outside groups are trying to figure out how best to meet them on these digital spaces.
But in the rush to perfect the effectiveness of digital ads, regulators have been slow to catch up. Will the lessons of 2016, and what can happen when nefarious actors hijack those platforms to spread disinformation, prove an effective warning for 2020 and beyond? And will Democrats be able to catch up to the Trump campaign's robust online operation?
Also, continuing with our " " series, Amy talks with Senator Michael Bennet about trying to break out in a crowded Democratic field.
, Republican digital strategist, partner and co-founder of Echelon Insights, a polling and data analytics firm
, Chairman of Priorities USA, a Democratic super PAC
, tech columnist for Business Day at The New York Times
, professor at the school of journalism and mass communication at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
, Chair of the Federal Election Commission
, United States Senator from Colorado, Democratic Presidential candidate
Podcast: Displaced Planet: UN Reports Record Number of Global Refugees 2019-06-20
70 Million. That's how many people around the world have been forcibly displaced by violence, natural disasters, and poverty. The Takeaway talked to some experts on the crisis.
A new fast-acting drug for treatment-resistant depression has been fast-tracked for VA approval, but critics say the drug is not yet well tested enough for the market.
One of the U.S. military's largest private-industry landlords falsified records to receive financial incentives from the Airforce at the expense of military families.
Joy Harjo is a musician, poet, and member of the Muscogee Creek Nation. On Wednesday, she also became the first Native American U.S. Poet Laureate.
San Francisco is set to become the country's first city to completely ban the sale of e-cigarettes.
Podcast: Diplomats, Experts Convene in Bonn to Address Climate Change, the "Fight for Our Lives" 2019-06-19
The talks follow the publishing of a report that called climate change an "existential threat" to human civilization by 2050 if it is not adequately addressed.
Human rights activists see this as Mexico's President stepping back on campaign promises.
Slavery reparations have entered the mainstream political discourse. We take a look at a congressional hearing on a bill that would move it forward.
After getting a league of their own, W.N.B.A players embrace a fashion sense of their own.
Increasing rates of substance abuse and decreased access to mental health treatment, have further complicated the issue that is no longer accounted for as it once was.