Articles by

Michel Martin

Google launched Gmail 20 years ago. Many thought it was an April Fools’ prank

When Google launched Gmail 20 years ago today, many thought it was an April Fools' Day prank...

The health care system is on the brink of disaster because of a cyberattack

Because one company, Change Healthcare, has been hit with a cyberattack, people across the country are having...

Super Tuesday was the biggest test yet to this year’s voting systems

Indications are that things generally went smoothly — good news in a year that has experts worried...

Popular social platform Reddit files to sell stock in an unusual IPO

The social media company Reddit, known for its "ask me anything events" and subreddits on many topics,...

Morning news brief

Alabama lawmakers move to protect IVF treatment. Saturday marks two years since Russia's full-scale invasion of...

Meta sued by states claiming Instagram and Facebook fueled youth mental health crisis

More than two dozen states have sued Meta over allegations that its social media platforms can be...

Iran tries to crack down on protests, even online. Here's how activists are evading those efforts

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Dina Temple-Raston, host of the podcast Click Here, who spoke with...

Elon Musk calls himself a free speech absolutist. What could Twitter look like under his leadership?

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Nina Jankowicz, disinformation expert and author of "How to Be a...