Ancient Chinese poetry and quick metaphors are the go-to rhetorical aids in the latest meet-up between American and Chinese counterparts.
It's been nearly a year since a gunman killed nine worshippers at a historic black church in Charleston, S.C. The attack shocked the community and exposed lingering racial tension.
Interpreter Zabihullah Tamanna was killed Sunday along with photojournalist David Gilkey. "Zabi," as he was known, was hired by Philip Reeves, who calls the Afghan "a lovely man" with "deep wisdom."
During princess day at her dance class, Ainsley Turner wore a weenie costume. And in a lineup next to all the sparkling dresses, she stood straight, beaming with pride.
A gold and crystal dagger that's in Tut's crypt has been found to have a blade composed of iron, nickel and cobalt. A material so valued, that at the time it was dubbed "iron from the sky."
A federal judge says the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service overstepped its bounds when it allowed some migratory birds to be killed in large numbers across the eastern United States.
NPR Photographer David Gilkey was killed in Afghanistan on Sunday while riding in a convoy of Afghan troops. David Greene and Renee Montagne remember David's coverage of the earthquake in Haiti in 2010.
In California, Orange County used to be known as a bastion of conservatism in an otherwise blue state. Renee Montagne talks to Mayor Bao Nguyen (When) about what his congressional run in one of the county's districts means for the demographic and political shifts there.
David Gilkey, an NPR photojournalist who chronicled pain and beauty in war and conflict, was killed in Afghanistan along with NPR's Afghan interpreter and fellow journalist Zabihullah Tamanna.
Muhammad Ali is being remembered as a great athlete and humanitarian. Black Americans — especially men — are fond of another Ali: the one who spoke truth to power, even at tremendous personal cost.
David Greene talks to Bill Bishop, writer of the blog "Sinocism", about what's on the agenda for this year's U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue.
Lifetime's Peabody award-winning fictional dramedy — "UnREAL" — about an out-of-control reality show returns for its second season. In it, a black man sets out to find love among a bevy of women.
Renee Montagne talks to Courtney Nguyen (N-win), senior writer with WTA Insider, about Novak Djokovic's (JOKE-uh-vitch's) win at the French Open on Sunday. He became the first male player to win the sport's Grand Slam in almost 50 years.
One of Mexico's most dangerous highways passes through the northern border state of Tamaulipas. It is infamous for all the bandits, organized crime gangs, and contraband that ride on it.
After facing criticism from legal scholars for saying a judge could not treat him fairly because he was of Mexican descent, Donald Trump has extended his concern about judicial bias to Muslim Americans. There is no precedent for U.S. judges to recues themselves on the basis of race, religion, gender or sexual orientation.
Pressure is growing on Bernie Sanders to drop out of the race. David Greene talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts and and Nomiki Konst Konst host of the Sirius XM show The Filter.
As the Democratic primary comes to an end, some are trying to end the role of superdelegates in choosing the party nominee. Wisconsin's Democratic party passed such a resolution over the weekend.
Ahead of Tuesday's California primary, the legacy of one of the state's — and the nation's — most influential politicians still resonates: President Ronald Reagan.
Ronald Reagan's legacy continues to dominate the Republican Party and the conservative movement. But younger members of the GOP may not feel so tied to the Gipper.
NPR Photographer David Gilkey and Afghan interpreter Zabihullah Tamanna were killed Sunday while traveling in an Afghan Army convoy. NPR's David Greene, Renee Montagne and Tom Bowman share memories.