Some opponents of President Trump's policies have been using social media to promote a boycott of Trump wines. But supporters have been urging people to buy. So far, it appears sales are strong.
Wild pigs are a menace to farmers in Texas. The state has approved a new pesticide that kills feral pigs. David Greene and Steve Inskeep report.
Steve Inskeep talks to former NATO commander General Philip Breedlove, who says Europeans got the message that they need to spend more on their own defense.
The National Hockey League is dealing with an outbreak of mumps. Steve Inskeep and David Greene report this isn't the first time the NHL has had to deal with a mumps outbreak.
Nearly half a million South Sudanese have fled into northern Uganda since last July, carrying with them signs of abuse, famine and tales of ethnic violence.
David Greene talks to U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce President Javier Palomarez, who was critical of President Trump during the election. Palomarez is now an informal adviser to the administration.
The director of New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art resigned this week. His departure underscores financial difficulties the museum is facing.
Founded by former slaves in 1887, Mound Bayou, Miss., was one of the country's first all-black towns. Here's a look into its historic past and uncertain future.
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Murphy has compared the process of developing a show to having a dream — and his dreams have quite a track record. They include Nip/Tuck, Glee, American Horror Story and now Feud.
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Gabe López, a fourth grader in Arizona, worried about telling his mom he was transgender because he thought she liked him as a girl. But since he told her, the two still have fun as mother and son.
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The technology has improved police conduct and led to a drop in certain types of cases. But the body cams have added many extra hours of work watching videos for police and public defenders.
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who oversees the FBI, met with Russia's U.S. ambassador before the election and didn't disclose it. Steve Inskeep talks Sen. Marco Rubio who wants more details.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions met with a Russian diplomat ahead of the presidential election. Rachel Martin talks to Rep. Cummings who thinks Sessions should resign because he didn't disclose it.
Norwegian Public Broadcaster NRK has started testing its commenters, who must pass a quiz before they're allowed to add their thoughts below a story. It's making for more civil discussions.
People born in Puerto Rico have been counted as U.S. citizens since 1917, but they can't vote for president and don't have voting representation in Congress.
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Airbnb has come under fire in the last year following reports that hosts are less likely to rent to African-Americans compared to whites. New research looked at ways to address the discrimination.
Pennsylvania's Attorney General Josh Shapiro speaks with Rachel Martin about his meeting at the White House and how President Trump has addressed recent anti-Semitic threats and hate speech.
A recent flight from London to San Francisco was delayed because of a mouse. A passenger tweeted, asking if the mouse had trouble getting a visa.
Washington Post reporter Adam Entous speaks with Steve Inskeep about the paper's report that Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke with the Russian ambassador twice last year.
The battle to force ISIS from the Iraqi city of Mosul resumed about a week ago, already causing thousands of people to be displaced. The Iraqi army says it has trapped ISIS fighters still in the city.