The Grand Finals of Europe's famous annual song competition are Saturday at 3 p.m. ET, and will be broadcast in the U.S. for the first time on Logo and LogoTV.com.
It's been 50 years since artist Wes Wilson invented the psychedelic font that was popular in the '60 and '70s. Wilson talks about how he made a name for himself designing psychedelic concert posters.
The release of the internal document represents Facebook's continued pushback against claims that the social media network discriminated against conservative news sources.
Ray Hilborn has a reputation for challenging studies showing declines in fish populations. But Greenpeace says its public records request has revealed a failure to disclose industry funding on papers.
A new study by the Pew Research Center shows the share of middle-income households is shrinking. That's because more households are moving into the upper class, while others are sinking lower.
Modeled on TV's Shark Tank, entrepreneurs at a Pitch-a-Kid event in Austin, Texas, had 5 minutes to sell their ideas to a panel of third- through 12-graders and answer their no-holds-barred questions.
As companies shun genetically modified ingredients, they're buying more sugar extracted from sugar cane, rather than beets. Sugar beet farmers are thinking of going back to conventional beets.
The luxury brand Jaguar is now owned by an Indian car company, Tata. A drive through the Los Angeles hills in a super high-end convertible provides some insights into what a country's auto industry says about its role in the world.
NPR takes a look at what the next president could do about the No. 1 financial concern for Americans: having enough money to retire. The Obama administration recently pushed through a regulation to force financial advisers to be held to a fiduciary standard, meaning they have to put their clients interests first. The next president could go further.
Kaiser Health News' Julie Rovner explores why increasing competition in health insurance by allowing sales of policies across state lines might not be such a hot idea after all.
The "patriotic" cans will be available this month through the November election — just in time for a big sports summer and peak beer-selling season.
Some interpretations of Islam outlaw charging interest. That makes most banking pretty hard, but there are ways to practice Islamic compliant finance. One bank in Michigan gave it a go.
As Donald Trump marches toward the official Republican presidential nomination, pro-Clinton superPACs are making alliances and amassing cash to take on Trump.
A Turkish fashion mogul has teamed up with the Islamic Fashion and Design Council to present the first Modest Fashion Week in Istanbul. Renee Montagne talks to Melanie Elturk, CEO of Haute Hijab.
No page of any newspaper captures the celebrity gossip of New York like Page Six of the Post. Former editor Susan Mulcahy talks to David Greene about how she helped to make the myth of Donald Trump.
Despite blockbusters like Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Zootopia, the Walt Disney Company's quarterly earnings fell short of estimates. The markets were not happy.
Florida is known for its oranges and orange juice. For the past decade, a disease called greening has devastated the citrus crop there, and it has spread to other states. Now there's hope for a cure.
Ex-Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship heads to prison to begin serving a one-year sentence. He was convicted of conspiring to violate federal mine safety laws after a 2010 coal mine collapse.
FastTrain, a for-profit school in Florida, collected some $35 million in student loans and federal financial aid and used deceptive advertising and pressure tactics to recruit students.
Google says it will ban all payday loan ads from its site. Consumer advocates say the lending practice hurts the poor and vulnerable.