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David Greene talks to Weekend All Things Considered host Arun Rath about his trip to Fort Irwin National Training Center located in the Mojave Desert in Southern California.

Springfield Traffic

Finding out the quickest way around town might soon become easier if Springfield City Council members approve a new plan that officials say would better calculate travel time. KSMU’s Julie Greene has more.

Superintendent Bill Black

There’s a controversy brewing in the central Ozarks region between locals and the federal government.  The two have been at odds many times before, but this time, it’s gone a step further. KSMU’s Jennifer Davidson reports in the first half of our two-part series on the new management plan for the Ozark National Scenic Riverways.

The Los Angeles Register is a newspaper that just launched this week. Despite dropping newspaper sales, Ben Bergman of KPCC reports that the publisher thinks there's still an audience for print.

Physicist Albert Einstein was devoted to his hobby — playing the violin.

Workers who have a creative outlet outside the office are more likely to be creative problem solvers on the job, a study suggests.

Postmates appeals to workers looking for a secondary income, CEO and co-founder Bastian Lehmann says.

Postmates is among a group of app-powered services popping up around the U.S., with a simple promise: deliver food or merchandise in as little as an hour. But can they succeed where Kozmo.com didn't?

In-N-Out Burger has long been known for its secret menu, featuring options such as animal-style fries, 3x3 burgers, and Neapolitan milkshakes.

How long does the average person have to work to buy a burger in his or her neighborhood? Here's the answer for six cities across the country.

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Government benefits enable military veterans to attend college, but accessing them is complicated. So how can veterans pay for higher education?

A typical UPS truck now has hundreds of sensors on it. That's changing the way UPS drivers work — and it foreshadows changes coming for workers throughout the economy.