• LX January 18, 2023 5:00 pm

    Saving Foxes and Giving Them a Forever Home

    Mikayla Raines fell in love with foxes as a child, and now she’s turning that love into a mission – rescuing captive-born, non-releasable foxes and providing them with forever homes.

  • LX January 13, 2023 9:31 am

    Taking Healthcare to Those Who Need It the Most

    Healthcare can be expensive and hard to figure out in the best of times. But when you’re experiencing homelessness, good luck! That’s why The Night Ministry hits the streets daily, bringing free health care to the streets of Chicago and the most vulnerable.

  • Economy January 12, 2023 5:32 pm

    Some Groceries Are Breaking All-Time Price Records

  • LX January 12, 2023 6:31 am

    Virtual Fashion and the Metaverse: Part 2

    Now that we have an understanding of what the metaverse is, who are some of the creators standing out in the digital fashion space?

    LX News storyteller Ngozi Ekeledo spoke with one of web3’s first digital fashion influencers about what the future of fashion will look like and the dollar signs attached to the emerging tech.

  • LX January 11, 2023 6:01 pm

    How Likely Are You To Be Audited by the IRS?

    House Republicans have voted to make it harder for the IRS to audit taxpayers. And while the bill isn’t likely to see the light of day in the Democratically-controlled Senate, what are the actual odds that you’ll get audited? LX Political Editor Noah Pransky hunts down the answers.

  • LX January 11, 2023 6:08 pm

    Virtual Fashion in the Metaverse: Part 1

    Imagine saving up for an item on your fashion wish list, but you can only wear it online. Digital fashion in the metaverse is a big business, with plenty of folks dropping up to six figures of real cash on virtual clothing. Now plenty of traditional designers are betting big on the web3 fashion market.

  • LX January 6, 2023 9:37 am

    The January 6th Capitol Attack: By the Numbers

    On the second anniversary of the January 6 Capitol attacks, LX News Political Editor Noah Pransky breaks down the numbers of that deadly day in Washington D.C. – and how American opinions have shifted in its aftermath.

  • LX January 6, 2023 4:11 pm

    Americans Are Having Fewer Children. Is That a Problem?

    Americans are having fewer children, and that could be a big problem for us. Some experts say it’s one of the biggest threats facing our society. Others say we have time to plan for this impending population cliff.

  • LX January 3, 2023 3:30 pm

    Why America Is Getting More Polarized

    As polarized voices grow louder in America, moderate voices are increasingly getting muffled. LX News National Political Editor Noah Pransky identifies three reasons our country is being pushed to the far left and far right.

  • LX January 6, 2023 11:37 am

    Blazing a Trail for Women in Wildland Firefighting

    Climate change and drought are resulting in more frequent and more dangerous wildfires. And fighting them all requires a lot of highly skilled firefighters. But nearly 80% of wildland firefighters are men. So now there’s an effort to get more women onto the front lines.

  • LX December 30, 2022 5:00 am

    Covid-19 Stole Her Sense of Smell, but What Came Next Was Even Worse

    When Covid-19 took away Julie Carty’s sense of smell, she was devastated. But then things got even worse. Suddenly, everything and everyone in her life smelled awful. Julie had developed a condition called Parosmia, and her life hasn’t been the same since.

  • politics December 30, 2022 1:22 pm

    Hope and Momentum for Combatting Climate Change in 2023

    2022 brought plenty of doom and gloom headlines around climate change— a year full of disasters, record emissions, and record CO2 levels. But major advancements over the last year have created positive momentum toward addressing climate change in 2023.

  • LX December 29, 2022 6:40 am

    Helping Refugees Across America: Miry's List

    Since 1980, the U.S. has welcomed over 3.1 Million refugees displaced by war and violence. Over the past six years, Miry’s List has been at the center of it all. LX News introduces us to the team helping refugees resettle across the country, including a father and son who sacrificed so much to make it to America.

  • Super Bowl LVI January 9, 2023 6:03 pm

    What Super Bowl LVII Would Look Like If It Was Played on Mars

    Can you play football on Mars? Tory Bruno, CEO of United Launch Alliance, explains what the Super Bowl would look like on the red planet versus Earth.

  • nbclx January 25, 2023 1:35 pm

    To Fight Climate Change, First Remember To Be Grateful for the Earth's Beauty

    Climate change has already started eroding many of the Earth’s wonders that humans have taken for granted for centuries, from the Amazon rainforest to North Carolina’s Outer Banks. In the next part of his Climate Change Survival Guide, NBCLX storyteller Chase Cain shares how taking time to enjoy nature and be grateful for our planet can motivate us to take...

  • my new favorite olympian January 13, 2022 11:01 am

    Binge All of Season 2 of My New Favorite Olympian

    Olympians headed to Beijing shared their stories with NBCLX for Season 2 of our podcast, My New Favorite Olympian. It’s available wherever you get your podcasts.

  • New Orleans January 25, 2023 1:39 pm

    See a New Orleans Photographer Venture Into the Swamps to Capture a Place That's Still Wild

    New Orleans photographer Frank Relle makes his art at night — taking a boat into the Louisiana swamps and sliding into the water among the alligators to capture the perfect images. He took NBCLX along for the ride as he explained why he wants to make art in “a place that’s still wild.”

  • nbclx January 25, 2023 1:43 pm

    The ‘Graveyard of the Atlantic' Is Still Wrecking Boats Off the Outer Banks of NC

    Off the Outer Banks of North Carolina, a collision of currents plus a maze of hidden shoals have created an treacherous environment for ships that earned its nickname as the “Graveyard of the Atlantic.” NBCLX contributor Greg Bledsoe brings his Family Geography Project to the Outer Banks to learn about the conditions that have endangered sailors for generations — and...

  • Australia January 25, 2023 1:47 pm

    Voting in Australia is Mandatory — and Fun. Could It Work in the US?

    Should voting be mandatory? In 1924, Australia made mandatory voting the law in a bid to strengthen its democracy. The country also makes voting fun and convenient, with a festival-like atmosphere featuring “democracy sausages.” Australians say it worked — forcing politicians to take positions that appeal to a majority of their constituents rather than the vocal fringes. Can the U.S.,...

  • Maine January 25, 2023 1:52 pm

    How One Woman-Owned Lobster Fishery Is Working to Protect the Future of the Industry

    The lobster industry has a long and rich history in the state of Maine, and the industry is working hard to protect its future. NBCLX contributor Greg Bledsoe brings his Family Geography Project to Portland to meet Kate-Lyn Knight, the owner of Rocky Bottom Fisheries, and learn how the industry is helping preserve lobster fishing for generations to come.

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