Steve Inskeep talks to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about negotiations between western nations and Iran over Iran's nuclear program.
Liberians in the Dallas area, like many nationwide, have been joining together as their home country struggles with Ebola. A man in Dallas is the first Ebola case confirmed in the U.S. He recently traveled to Liberia.
Technology companies including PayPal and Apple are competing to convince merchants and consumers to use their swipe-and-go mobile payment systems. The recent massive credit card breaches may speed up the use of so-called digital wallets.
In a lyrical new memoir, "New York Times" Op-Ed columnist Charles Blow opens up about abuse he has suffered, and inflicted in his life. He tells NPR's Michel Martin why he told his story in "Fire Shut Up in My Bones."(Stations note: This conversation contains mature content and may not be suitable for sensitive ears.)
Senate Majority PAC, a superPAC run by allies of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, is the top-spending superPAC in this midterm election season. Its donor list is essentially a compilation of the party's big-donor base.
Health officials continue to trace the travels of the man diagnosed with the first known case of Ebola in the U.S. Health officials say the man was infected in Liberia but didn't develop Ebola symptoms until about four days after arriving in Dallas. His case is raising concerns about how prepared U.S. airports and airlines are to handle the disease.
The San Francisco Giants beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-0 in the NL wild-card game. But it didn't come close to Tuesday's drama when Kansas City won the AL wild-card game in an extra-innings classic.
What's next for the Secret Service now that its leader has resigned following embarrassing security lapses? On Wednesday, Julia Pierson, the director who had been on the job less than 2 years, quit.
In an interview with NPR, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says that Arab countries "no longer view Israel as an enemy, but a potential partner."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is visiting the U.S. Steve Inskeep talks to the Israeli leader about new Jewish housing in East Jerusalem, the recent war in Gaza and other regional issues.
Students are leading the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. Among them is Arika Ho, a journalism student at Hong Kong University.
Pro-democracy protesters are threatening to occupy government offices unless Hong Kong's chief executive steps down. For days, thousands of demonstrators have been demanding freer elections.
The urban oasis boasts about 170,000 different types of microbes, recent dirt samples show. That diversity is comparable to a tropical rainforest. Plus, about 2,000 species are found only in the park.
The director, whose previous work includes Fight Club and The Social Network, talks to NPR's Audie Cornish about the challenges of taking Gillian Flynn's intimate drama from the page to the screen.
Lebanon's civil war ended 25 years ago, but the sectarian divisions that sliced its capital into different enclaves still hold today. Everyone co-exists relatively peacefully — most of the time.
Diagnosing and treating Ebola isn't so hard, health workers say; hospitals across the U.S. should be ready. But initial symptoms, such as fever and headache, can look the same as other illnesses.
With the Royals and Oakland A's tied in the the 9th, the department tweeted: "We really need everyone to not commit crimes and drive safely." The Royals hadn't been in a postseason game since 1985.
A lawyer visited a jail in Marysville, Wash., intending to see his client. Guards could not find the inmate. That was their first clue that Rhyan Vasquez had escaped. He'd been gone two days.
Warren tells Morning Edition that audio tapes made by an investigator working for the New York Fed reenforce the perception of a disturbingly cozy relationship between regulators and banks.
The new book Back Channel to Cuba, reveals how U.S. presidents, from Kennedy on, have held secret talks with Havana, even though the public stance was silence toward Cuba.