A woman in Orlando, Florida, had her iPad out trying to take a picture. The dolphin leaped out of the water, grabbed the iPad and pulled it into the water. Another tourist caught it all on video.
Police Chief Hugh Anderson of Charles City, Iowa, says you don't often get a chance to say a train car derailed into Derailed. No one was hurt, but it caused about $10,000 in damage.
Sports commentator Christine Brennan is in Rio where she's noticed a big change in attitudes about doping among athletes and the media.
Amnesty International says 97 were killed when soldiers shot peaceful protesters in different parts of the country. Protesters have various grievances, but all share frustration with the government.
Puerto Rico has more reported cases of Zika than many other places in the region, and the number of cases continues to rise. Unfortunately, Zika is just one of the island's many problems.
Three of the nation's most prestigious universities face class-action lawsuits alleging the schools allowed financial firms to prey on employees by charging high fees in retirement accounts.
Slaughterhouse and meat processing plant workers have some of the most dangerous jobs. One of the most common injury is musculoskeletal disorders, brought on by thousands of daily repetitive motions.
Despite calls by the U.N. for a cease-fire, the Syrian government and rebel forces are escalating their battle for control of Aleppo, a city they see as critical in the five-year civil war.
Ethiopia's government is using deadly force against protesters. Amnesty International says nearly 100 people were killed when soldiers fired on peaceful protesters in different areas of the country.
They were ranked the No. 1 team going into the summer Olympics, and the U.S. women's gymnastics team did not disappoint. Led by Simone Biles, they took the gold in Tuesday's team competition in Rio.
David Greene talks to Allison McCann of the data website FiveThirtyEight about the way in which rappers have referenced Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in their songs over the years.
The Islamic State apparently is having some management troubles. ISIS has announced a new leader for its West African affiliate Boko Haram. But the man being replaced isn't going quietly.
Puerto Rico has more reported cases of Zika than many other places in the region and the number of cases continues to rise. Unfortunately, Zika is just one of the island's many problems.
One issue that has really shaped this campaign is immigration. It was a cornerstone of Donald Trump's success in the primaries. But it's also alienating some voters.
Nick Rasmussen, director of the National Counterterrorism Center, says progress against the Islamic State may be slow to affect the terror attacks plaguing the West.
Nearly 25 years after Anita Hill accused her former boss of making lewd advances, America is again dealing with high-profile cases of sexual harassment. Hill tells NPR what's changed and what hasn't.
Hundreds of elite endurance athletes were taking the prescription heart drug meldonium until it was banned in January. But a similar heart drug, telmisartan, is still allowed.
The report finds that Baltimore police disproportionately targeted African-Americans for stops and arrests and police retaliated against citizens for exercising their right to free speech.
Falsely charging that Hillary Clinton wanted to "abolish the Second Amendment," the GOP nominee then appeared to many observers to suggest taking up arms against his Democratic rival.
Enzo Lefort was being pushed around a bit by his German opponent when his phone popped out of his back pocket and fell on the floor. Lefort picked it up, handed it off and resumed fencing.