Journalist Rachel Louise Snyder's immersive new book "No Visible Bruises: What We Don't Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us" describes why stereotypes around intimate-partner violence are not only outdated, but dangerous.
Earlier this year, President Donald Trump said the country is full. Looking at several measures, the numbers tell a different story. The country's population growth is the lowest rate we've seen in 80 years. The birthrate is shrinking, and by 2024 the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that one-quarter of American workers will be 55 or older. While some cities are growing, a majority of rural counties in the Midwest have seen their populations decline since 2010. Two guests joined MPR News...
Before Title IX, women held 90 percent of the top coaching jobs for women's teams at the collegiate level. Once the money began flowing in, they mostly vanished. MPR News host Kerri Miller explores what happened to all the female coaches.
Steffanie Strathdee has spent her life studying killer viruses as an epidemiologist. But when her husband fell ill from a stomach bug, she wasn't prepared for how hard she'd have to fight to keep him alive.
Some words sound so odd that you can't help but wonder where they came from. Etymologist Anatoly Liberman's book "Word Origins and How We Know Them: Etymology for Everyone" takes readers on a journey to learn where words come from.
Alabama recently passed a near-total ban on abortion. Several other states have also passed laws restricting abortions. What might happen if the legal challenges against these restrictions reach the Supreme Court?