Movement To Find Alternative To Plastic Packaging Grows In Philippines
A young island man came to Manila for college and found a morass of plastic waste. Now he's found ways for Manila's poorest people to dig out, and shown how multinational companies create the problem.
Supreme Court Hears Case Over Total Wine's Desire To Expand Into Tennessee
Total Wine, the wine superstore, is trying to expand into Tennessee, but is running into a state residency law. The store is calling it discrimination and made its case Thursday at the Supreme Court.
Jack Bogle, Father Of Simple Investing, Dies At 89
Bogle, the founder of Vanguard who created the first index mutual fund, died Wednesday, the firm said. He said investors should own a mix of bonds and stocks but shouldn't pay managers to pick them.
The Latest In The Trial Of Notorious Drug Lord 'El Chapo'
Wednesday was another day of wild testimony in the trial of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Vice News editor Keegan Hamilton about the latest from the Brooklyn courtroom.
Republican Rep. Don Bacon Discusses Shutdown And Border Wall Funding
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Republican Rep. Don Bacon of Nebraska about his thoughts on the stalemate over a border wall causing the partial government shutdown.