INTRODUCING APPLE NEWS TODAY: Every weekday morning, hosts Shumita Basu and Duarte Geraldino bring you up to speed on the biggest stories of the day — and how the world’s top journalists are covering them.
Wednesday, December 23, 2020
It wasn’t all bad: A look back at good news from 2020
This year has been full of disheartening news. But today, we're focusing on the good things that came out of 2020 – from the way live concerts and shows moved online, to some prolific young kids putting out their version of local newspapers, to a year of big environmental wins. Plus, we hear from you about some of the people who helped you get through this year.
A collection of good news from 2020
A man comes out of retirement to help during the pandemic
A story of justice and love
Some environmental wins
A pandemic-era trend emerges
A scientific breakthrough
Best of Apple News+ Audio
The Ahmaud Arbery story: How running fails Black America
The house on Magnolia Street: How a group of homeless mothers took on a housing crisis
The California Sunday Magazine
About Our Hosts
Shumita Basu is a broadcast journalist with public-radio roots. She’s drawn to vivid narratives and accountability journalism and especially admires local reporters who own their beats.
Duarte Geraldino is a longtime broadcast journalist, editor, and TED speaker. He’s passionate about journalism that focuses on economic justice and migration, and that amplifies voices that are too often silenced.