Associated Press

When the Buzz of Progress Becomes Noise Pollution

In a busy city, you expect noise. The sounds of planes, cars, sirens are all an expected part of daily life. But noise is now seeping into even the rural landscape, and tech is to blame. Bianca Bosker, contributing writer at The Atlantic, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about how sound is affecting our world, which she writes about in her recent article, “The End of Silence.”