U.S. government officials discuss a budget and a border, Nigerian voters head to the polls, Amazon scraps a plan for NYC, and a Mars mission comes to an end.
This Valentine's Day, we preview an international summit; we define the term "Kona low" and explain its effects; and we explore the history of Valentine's cards.
Today's show explains the significance of the Northern Ireland "backstop," the slowing economy of China, and the unexpected ability of bees to learn math.
A battle begins to push ISIS out of its last occupied village, a Florida city bans certain sunscreens, and vaping is blamed for a "nicotine arms race."
The Iranian Revolution marks its 40th anniversary, a blockade keeps aid from entering Venezuela, and illegal gold mining cuts into a South American rainforest.
Ripple effects spread from a deadly mine collapse in Brazil, a former Chinese policy threatens an economic toll, and technology aims to preserve Italian history.