In the Old San Juan district, tourists pour out of cruise ships to shop and take in the sights. Officials worry they could start to see a decline in tourists due to the rising number of Zika cases.
David Greene talks to Michael Robinson, the managing director of communications and advising firm ICR, about how Apple's standoff with the Justice Department is affecting its image.
The Federal Highway Administration finds the number of vehicle miles traveled in the U.S. in 2015 hit a record high of almost 3.15 trillion miles, shattering the pre-recession record set in 2007.
Left-leaning economists and Democratic analysts are sparring over Sanders' proposal of health care for all, paid for by the government. Some who like his aspiration say the numbers don't add up.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx says standards must be developed, such as determining whether licensed drivers will be required. But he says potential safety benefits will be a big advantage.
Peter Mondavi, together with his brother Robert, oversaw a revolution in American winemaking.
The majority of Americans — 51 percent — think that the tech giant should cooperate with a court order to help the FBI access a San Bernardino shooter's iPhone, according to a new Pew survey.
Gulf states are starting to spend the first of billions from BP's settlements and fines for the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history — but not all the money is being used for restoration.
NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Adam Kujawa, head of malware intelligence at the security firm Malware-bytes, about ransomware and what users and companies should do if they get hacked.
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks to Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx about the legal ramifications of self-driving automobiles and what the government is doing to usher in this new technology.
Two businessmen — one of whom was born in Cuba — have been granted permission to build the first U.S. factory on the island nation since 1960. They plan to produce small tractors for Cuban farmers.
It's one of the first luxury brands to formally enter the Iranian market since Iran curbed its nuclear program enough to trigger sanctions relief last month.
But this year's assessment from the Council of Economic Advisers also notes that slow growth in countries such as China has limited demand for U.S. exports.
In the early 20th century, the Chinese faced draconian immigration rules. But owners of a few types of businesses could get special visas. In 1915, restaurants got on that list. The rest is history.
Health officials say the risk of cancer from some of the retailer's laminate floor products is three times higher than previously thought.
The study examined more than 21,000 characters and behind-the-scenes workers on films and TV, and found an "epidemic of invisibility." For example, just 3.4 percent of film directors were female.
Days after Apple's CEO wrote an open letter to customers, the head of the FBI responds by urging those involved to "take a deep breath and stop saying the world is ending."
TV and film production is sorely deficient in gender, racial and ethnic diversity according to a study from the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
Apple's opposing an FBI request to unlock the San Bernardino shooter's phone — but it's not the first time Apple has defied such an order. A case last year may offer a preview of what's to come.
One activist wants Apple to increase diversity among its senior executives, and he's taking his fight to the shareholders meeting on Feb. 26.