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The Big Book

The 20-year legal battle with DuPont that started with one West Virginia farmer

by Robert Bilott Oct 16, 2019
Robert Bilott's new book describes in great detail the harrowing discoveries that led to the lengthy poisoned water lawsuit.
Bridges spanning across the Ohio River are seen between West Virginia and Ohio, seen from Parkersburg, West Virginia, where the chemical PFOA leeched into the water supply.
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The Big Book

Sometimes cooking can be a little too creative

by Paul Freedman Oct 15, 2019
Americans have tried to be more creative in their cooking for decades ... results have varied.
Circa 1957:  A fruit salad buffet arrangement on cocktail sticks accompanies barbecued meat on skewers, croquette potatoes, savouries on crackers and canapes served as an hors d'oeuvre.
Chaloner Woods/Getty Images
The Big Book

How breast cancer awareness month became “more than pink”

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Oct 1, 2019
Kate Pickert, author of a new book about breast cancer in America said we've reached "peak awareness" when it comes to breast cancer.
In 2016, the Susan G. Komen foundation adopted the new slogan "more than pink."
Courtesy of the Susan G. Komen Foundation
The Big Book

Thoughts on creativity from lyrical powerhouse Rakim

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Sep 27, 2019
The influential emcee reflects on his life, his creativity and his career.
"I loved every aspect of the culture and tried my hand at all of it," Rakim says of growing up with hip-hop.
Photo courtesy Rakim & Associates
The Big Book

The "Billion Dollar Fantasy" that propelled FanDuel and DraftKings

by Albert Chen Sep 11, 2019
The story behind the rise of fantasy sports startups FanDuel and DraftKings, and their battle against each other.
The fantasy sports website FanDuel.
Scott Olson/Getty Images
The Big Book

Why this Washington Post reporter crossed the urban-rural divide

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Sep 9, 2019
Washington Post reporter Christopher Ingraham once called Red Lake County, Minnesota the "worst place to live in America." Now? He lives there.
Christopher Ingraham, author of the new book "If You Lived Here You'd be Home by Now" with his family.
Courtesy of Christopher Ingraham
The Big Book

Who will end fast fashion?

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Sep 5, 2019
An excerpt from Dana Thomas' "Fashionopolis: The Price of Fast Fashion and the Future of Clothes" looks at Amazon's push to become a leading apparel retailer.
Shoppers browse through racks of clothing at a department store in 2010 in New York City.
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When economists changed the world

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Sep 4, 2019
Sometime in the middle of the 20th century, economists came to play a much bigger role in shaping public policy in America. It's had far-reaching consequences.
Thirty-thousand protesters march against Nixon's involvement in the Vietnam War in New York City in 1972. Economists helped to end the draft that so many Americans opposed.
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The Big Book

How Uber uberfied us all

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Sep 3, 2019
The rise of rideshare company Uber was meteoric. And so was its fall.
The Uber banner hangs outside of the New York Stock Exchange before the opening bell as the ride-hailing company makes its highly anticipated initial public offering in May 2019 in New York City.
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The Big Book

Cheap clothes aren't disposable

by Bridget Bodnar and Elizabeth L. Cline Aug 22, 2019
Elizabeth L. Cline follows up on her book about the high cost of fast fashion with a guide on creating a sustainable and ethical wardrobe.
A woman peruses Thrift Town in San Francisco, California.
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