The latest episode of our series In My Humble Opinion features Peter Sagal, the storied host of NPR’s "Wait Wait...Don’t Tell Me!" Sagal laments how little time we spend with our own thoughts and recommends escaping our “digital dystopia” of…
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, an organization called Back On My Feet uses running as a catalyst to move people out of homelessness and into jobs.
By PBS NewsHour
The 26-year-old athlete, who will compete in the women's 10,000 meter at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, was a poetry major.
By Mary Jo Brooks
With a two-week countdown to the first voting in Iowa, Republican presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., joins Gwen Ifill to discuss which special group of voters he’s working to win over, breaking through the Donald Trump media domination, plus…
By PBS NewsHour
From brass to bagpipes and rock to reggae, more than 130 bands will be scattered throughout 26.2-mile racecourse of the 2015 New York City Marathon to energize and enthuse runners and supporters. But even if you're not huffing and puffing…
Hillary Clinton says she's "worried" about the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, and that she can't support it given what she knows at this point. The former secretary of state and Democratic presidential candidate sits down with Judy Woodruff to discuss…
By Nsikan Akpan
Researchers at the University of Montreal have charted what happens to the brain to produce a runner’s high.
By Catherine Woods
Neuroscientists find speedometers in the brain using a "Flintstone-like" car.
Kenyans Wilson Kipsang and Mary Keitany won the men's and women's races respectively at the 2014 New York City Marathon Sunday, both just a few seconds ahead of their competition.
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