A Mood Ring for Your Wrist

Last Updated on

©2016 Science Friday

Read More

Booting Up the Search for Better Batteries

Last Updated on

©2016 Science Friday

Read More

CRISPR Patent Battles, a Super-Sized Space Launch, and the Rise of Commuter Drones

Last Updated on

©2016 Science Friday

Read More

How Humans Might Really Colonize the Solar System

Last Updated on

©2016 Science Friday

Read More

How Will Net Neutrality and Telecomm Fare Under the New Administration?

Last Updated on

©2016 Science Friday

Read More

The Price of ‘Free’ Internet Services? Your Privacy

Last Updated on

©2016 Science Friday

Read More

Which New Battery Technology Will Take Electric Vehicles to the Finish Line?

Last Updated on

©2016 Science Friday

Read More

With 'The Great Wall,' is China buying its way into Hollywood?

Last Updated by Ada Tseng on

For all the controversy around the casting of Matt Damon in a “white savior” role in a story set in ancient China, director Zhang Yimou plainly acknowledges that Damon’s involvement was a Chinese strategy to attract non-Chinese audiences.

Read More

The next K-Pop sensation could come out of New York City

Last Updated by Alina Simone on

What’s the word most people associate with the country of South Korea? K-pop. At least according to one survey conducted in Korea last year.

Read More

Refugees are freezing to flee the US for Canada

Last Updated by Rupa Shenoy on

Some walk across the border, others are smuggled. In the dead of winter, families are making the dangerous crossing from the US to Canada.

Read More

Donald Trump isn’t the only news event on Earth

Last Updated by David Leveille on

A Nigerian writer, Chitra Nagarajan, points out that there's a lot going outside the US that deserves attention.

Read More

The World's music features this month: Music for dogs, DJ Panko and Locos por Juana

Last Updated by April Peavey on

We feature a unique selection of music on The World. Here are a few highlights from this month's broadcasts.

Read More

Weighing the risks of a 'sanctuary' campus

Last Updated by Ashley Cleek on

With some students worrying more about deportation, the pressure on campuses to declare themselves safe spaces is intensifying. But not everyone is on board.

Read More

This Arizona family is moving to Nicaragua to get away from Trump's America

Last Updated by Amanda Kersey on

Kristina Krump and her husband don't want to raise teenage boys in this country, in the current political climate, so they're starting a new life south of the border.

Read More

The No. 1 challenge of retirement

Last Updated by Sabri Ben-Achour on

How to spend down the money you've saved. It's harder than you might think.

Read More
subscribe to sdpb email updates food and cooking banner image learning blog link living blog link news and information blog link science and technology blog link sports blog link image

The Latest From SDPB Radio News

Dakota Political Junkies: Jon Hunter

In The Moment ... November 22, 2017 Show 226 Hour 2 Jon Hunter is publisher of the Madison Daily Leader. He joins us...

Avera’s Zero Suicide Initiative

In The Moment ... November 22, 2017 Show 226 Hour 2 Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S. Nearly 45,...

Paul Horsted’s Epic National Parks Project

In The Moment ... November 22, 2017 Show 226 Hour 1 Paul Horsted has been making photographs for more than 35 years....

Re-Imagining Business, Re-Inventing The Bicycle

In The Moment ... November 22, 2017 Show 226 Hour 2 Ryan McFarland is CEO of Strider Bikes. They've sold more than 1....

Holiday Open House Of South Dakota State Historical Society

In The Moment ... November 22, 2017 Show 226 Hour 1 Get your groove on by heading way back to the 1970s at the...

Sports & Rec With Nate Wek

In The Moment ... November 22, 2017 Show 226 Hour 1 SDPB’s Nate Wek joins us with this week’s Sports & Recreation...

Acts of Excellence With Greta Chapman

In The Moment ... November 22, 2017 Show 226 Hour 1 The South Dakota Hall of Fame has a history of celebrating...

State Held Liable For Lincoln County Flooding

The South Dakota Supreme Court has upheld the state's liability for flood damage to the property of five Lincoln...

SD Supreme Court: Murder Conviction Upheld

The South Dakota Supreme Court has upheld the murder conviction of John Eric Hemminger. The Aberdeen man stabbed his...

Noem Says Horrifying Assault And Harrassment Stories 'All Too Common'

U.S. Representative Kristi Noem says it’s horrifying to hear the stories of sexual assault and harassment. She says...

The Latest from NPR News

After Default, Venezuela's Fiscal Woes Spiral While Prosecutors Focus On Corruption

After months of popular unrest, President Nicolas Maduro appears to have cemented his grip on power. But the...

Trump Organization Cuts Ties To Controversial SoHo Hotel

The part hotel, part condo building, from which the president had continued to profit as president, potentially...

Video Shows North Korean Soldier's Dramatic Sprint Across Border

Newly-released CCTV footage shows a jeep speeding through the countryside near the DMZ. Inside is a North Korean...

Remembering The 'Monstrous' Legacy Of Ratko Mladic

Mladic's conviction "serves as a reminder of the evil one man can do with an army at his command," writes NPR's Tom...

Bosnian Journalist Says Conviction Of Ratko Mladic Doesn't Mean Closure

NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Bosnian journalist Nidzara Ahmetasevic about the conviction of Ratko Mladic for war...

Secretary Of State Tillerson Considering Action In Response To Rohingya Attacks

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says he believes the attacks on Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar amounts to ethnic...