The bombings at the Boston Marathon and the extensive manhunt that followed temporarily transformed the city of Boston into what some in the media called “a war zone.” Now we’re reaching out to those who’ve actually served in a war zone to hear your reaction.
Our focus on Mars and space exploration this spring has us excited about this weekend’s meteor shower. And we need your help capturing photos of the event. Read some advice on shooting the night sky and then get your equipment ready.
While you might think you make only a handful of food-related decisions every day, studies show that that number is more than 200! Does Michelle Obama, with her “Let’s Move” campaign and involvement with MyPlate, inspire you to lead a healthier life and choose more nutritious foods? Or are you motivated by research data, like… Read more »
After two days of conclave, Catholic cardinals chose a new pope Wednesday. Pope Francis I has a list of “firsts” attached to his election, and we want to know what people are hoping for with the new appointment.
What is your experience with this word or other similar words? Should “retarded” become socially unacceptable or just be better understood? What is your reaction when you hear the word? And how hard or easy is it to really change the way people talk about something?
Find out how you can help reporters around the country understand where the affects of the sequester are — and are not — being felt.
Over the next few months, the Public Insight Network will be exploring Mars, but we need your help! We’ll be asking for stories about how the Red Planet has influenced your life or career — and how it’s inspired your creativity. Why do you care about Mars?
A 2008 survey of returning service members found that about one-third of respondents said they had experienced some type of mental health issue since getting home. As these conflicts wind down, do we fully understand what the experience of combat can do to a person?
American forces are out of Iraq, and their exit from Afghanistan appears to be imminent. The withdrawal conversation often focuses on bases, equipment and the fitness of local security forces, but we’re asking veterans what they left behind.
The Family and Medical Leave Act turns 20 this week. Medical professionals, we want to hear from you. Have you witnessed attempted abuse of the law? Do you feel trapped in the middle of a tense relationship between employer and employee? What’s your experience with the FMLA?