David Kestenbaum David Kestenbaum is a science correspondent for NPR. His job allows him to combine his extensive background in physics with his love of broadcast journalism.
France Moves Ahead With Nuclear Waste Project
FBI Details Science Tying Ivins To Anthrax Mailings
FBI Reveals Case Against Ivins
Candidates Call Climate Change An 'Urgent' Priority
Space Company Hopes To Cut Cost Of Launches
Evidence Against Anthrax Suspect Strong
NPR's David Kestenbaum talks about the science of the case with Alex Chadwick on 'Day to Day'
Science Used In Anthrax Probe Still Uncertain
Therapist Said She Feared Scientist In Anthrax Case
Colleagues: Ivins' Suicide Not Proof Of Guilt
David Kestenbaum with more on Bruce Ivins
The Digital Divide Between McCain And Obama
Ban Weighed On Children's Toy Ingredient
Postcard From J-School In Cambodia