He was the personal doctor of both Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, and the surgeon behind America's first botanical garden, which he planted for medicinal purposes. But most people have never heard of David Hosack.
The U.S. women's national soccer team has made a dominant showing in the Women's World Cup. Its performance has been celebrated, but also met with varying levels of criticism. MPR News host Kerri Miller wonders, "Why don't women athletes get more respect?"
Evangelicals have long focused more on saving souls than on saving God's creation. But some younger believers want to flip the script. Kerri Miller spoke with two environmental activists who are motivated by their faith to do something about climate change.
The women behind the podcast Pantsuit Politics say their faith compels them to stay in relationships, even with people with whom they disagree politically. It's the latest discussion in our Women of Faith series.
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Don't Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us" describes why stereotypes around intimate-partner violence are not only outdated, but dangerous.