An increasing number of companies in Chicago, and across the nation, are hiring workplace chaplains. They’ll chat with workers, check in to see how they’re doing, and stop to pray if an employee wishes. We wondered what these chaplains do, how employees react, and how much religion is appropriate in the workplace. And, we have the latest on a lawsuit filed by the family of Roshad McIntosh. McIntosh was shot and killed by a Chicago Police Officer last fall in the North Lawndale neighborhood.
The number of Americans serving in the military is a small slice of the U.S. population. Here, a graphical look at the makeup of the military and the sacrifices those troops have made. Copyright 2011 National Public Radio. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.
Nuclear power plants generate 14 percent of the world's electricity, but some countries are more dependent on this power source than others. France relies on nuclear for 75.2 percent of its electricity; the United States, about 20 percent.