My younger brother Denny and I fought constantly growing up. Denny was smart, athletic and always got what he wanted... At least that's how it seemed. I guess it's normal to feel that way about your own brother; especially if he's a total ass hat.
Today, it was announced that Car Talk will stop producing new episodes in September. In thanks for all those years of wise ass car talk, here's my playlist of some of my favorite songs that talk about cars.
If rules were made to be broken, why are so many of us so afraid of breaking them?
By Nishat Kurwa Photo Credit: Youth Radio People looking for work are turning to apps like TaskRabbit and Gigwalk to make some money. This story ori...
As women, we know what it's like to be tired and we keep doing what needs to be done. What if we applied the same attitude to fear, seeing it as something we live with rather than something to paralyze us?
NPR and Jon Stewart's Daily Show came out on top as the most informative, making the schadenfreude all the more delicious for Fox-haters, and the twisting of the liberal knife-in-the-back all the more painful for Fox fans. But how did it come to that?
This year, a luncheon hosted by the Women's Refugee Commission focused on the need to protect and empower displaced adolescent girls -- one of the most vulnerable groups within a refugee setting.
Our campuses should be places where diversity leads to learning as students come to see differences among people as a deep resource for solving problems and seeking opportunities. Online education can complement this educational environment. But it does not replace the need for it.
If there aren't enough musicians these days producing albums that will help Americans cope...we can always reach back into the vault.
Do you like to compare your spending to a broader average? What are your favorite sources for comparing numbers? Do you worry when your spending on, say, housing is far greater than the norm? Or do you just figure different people have different priorities?
There is no telling what era will capture our imaginations at any given time, and there is no reason we have to be unhappy now to want to explore or rework the past.
Did Marketplace's Rob Schmitz really think that, on a tour of the facility arranged by Apple and Foxxconn that he would meet underaged workers, people poisoned on the job, or people who had been hurt in a explosion?
Beginning April 17, NPR will broadcast a series following the lives of three different families, providing intimate insight into the complexities and challenges of being a caregiver to two generations.
Why does Fukushima still matter? Because no matter what TEPCO or the authorities have claimed, the reactors and the fuel pools are unstable.
Famed for his signature beverage of a vodka martini "shaken, not stirred," Bond has caved to down the brew for a purported 45 million dollar marketing deal from Heineken.
Setting aside the silly notion that no newsroom decision was ever made while considering advertiser reaction, most of the old media types have no alternative ideas.