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Kermit the Frog Wants Us to Protect the Earth From Climate Change
Kermit the Frog joined us to talk about protecting the Earth (and all its people, tadpoles, frogs and other creatures) from climate change. He says step one in the fight is to have a conversation to understand the issue.
How Formerly Incarcerated People Are Tackling LA's E-Waste Problem
A social enterprise in Los Angeles is trying to combat two problems with its recycling center: low recycling rates for electronic waste and high unemployment rates for formerly incarcerated individuals and those previously involved in gangs.
Don't Let the Pressure of ‘Snapback Culture' Get to You
After a pregnancy, social media can create pressure for new moms to “snap back” to their pre-baby weight. But it’s important to understand that pregnancy changes moms’ bodies and those changes are normal, Dr. Rebekah Diamond explains.
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A Reporter Who Lost Friends to COVID Opens Up About Covering the Virus
NBCLX Storyteller Cody Broadway opens up about reporting the series “Dying to Be Wrong,” which covers COVID misinformation driving a wedge between neighbors, friends and family in his hometown of San Angelo, Texas.
Unsealed Filings Reveal Marriott Hotels Approached $100 Million a Year From ‘Resort' Fees
The District of Columbia attorney general alleges the hotel chain “advertises room prices … without any intent to sell them for the price advertised.”
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Fan Controlled Football Will Launch NFTs to Put You in Charge
Fan Controlled Football CEO Sohrob Farudi talks about The Ballerz Collective NFTs, which will enable owners to take control of two of the new teams being added to FCF for its upcoming season. One team is owned by musician Steve Aoki and crypto/NFT leader 888, the other by the Knights of Degen.
Why Are My Grocery Store Shelves Not Full?
There are shortages at some grocery stores because of a lack of packing materials like aluminum and cardboard, plus production delays, says Oklahoma State University professor Rodney Holcomb. Holcomb is optimistic things will improve – and says our host Eric Alvarez doesn’t need to panic-buy all the Lunchables to make lunch for his kids.
Trans Kids Would Be Kicked Off Sports Teams Under Texas Bill
“We’re going to make sure that Texas and all of the states of the United States are a place that you can grow up and be your full self, and be supported and safe.” Rebecca Marques, director of Human Rights Campaign in Texas, says to the state’s transgender students. HRC and other groups are speaking out against a bill headed...
Dying to Be Wrong: The Price of COVID Misinformation
'I want people to realize that these "numbers" are moms, dads, brothers, sisters, daughters, and sons. These are actual people with a family left behind.'
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Why Philly Wants to End Police Traffic Stops for Minor Offenses
Philadelphia police disproportionately pull over Black drivers for minor offenses like a broken taillight, but those stops don’t do much to reduce violent crime – a gun or drugs are found about 1% of the time. Under the Driving Equality Bill that recently passed City Council, drivers would get a ticket in the mail for those minor violations –...