2004 Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathaipassed away on Sunday. She was known for her efforts to combat poverty in Kenya by planting trees. Today, we listen back to a conversation that Dick had with her soon after she was awarded her Nobel.
Roman Mars explores the idea of an innovative monument to free speech
Todd Melby takes us on an audio tour of the boom towns in the oil fields of North Dakota.
Listener voicemail stories about politics getting personal.
Host Dick Gordon spends a day in Sandy Seaside Heights, N.J., where some peole are rebuilding, and others are chosing not to.
Michael Brown, owner of a plastic company, has been looking for new recycling solutions, especially since he saw how plastics pollute the ocean.
The success and failure of animal corridors
Bridgette Dunlap organized a clinic off the campus of Fordham University, which was founded by the Catholic Church, so she and other students could get access to birth control options.
An audio montage of how the Egyptian revolution was triggered and kept going.
"Cross my path" - that’s what Leo Grillo says to animals in the hills around Los Angeles.
Contributor Roman Mars considers how architects allow and encourage space.
A songs connects a deployed soldier to his mother.
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