Demographics play a huge determinative factor in presidential elections. NPR's Politics team has assembled a way for the audience to calculate possible voting outcomes based on demographics trends.
Mesabi Academy is closing on Thursday after an investigation into reports of sexual and physical abuse. The facility also served foster care and children with mental illness who became too aggressive.
New details about what happened inside the club was made public. A law enforcement agency has released records of what dispatchers heard from deputies on the scene and 911 callers trapped inside.
After the housing market crash, a lot of foreclosure cases got started and then were abandoned. A court clerk in Queens discovered it's hard, lonely work to tie up a loose end of the financial crisis.
Jo Johnson is a British MP who voted to remain in the EU. He also happens to be the brother of Boris Johnson, who campaigned to leave the EU, and is now the leading candidate for prime minister.
David Greene talks to Syrian-American Dr. Zaher Sahloul, who was in Syria visiting Aleppo, meeting with the few physicians who have remained in the besieged city and their critically injured patients.
Transgender troops have long been deemed "unfit" for military service. Morning Edition's Steve Inskeep talked to Captain Jennifer Peace about her experience as a transgender soldier.
Puerto Rico has $70 billion in debt. The measure passed by the Senate sets up a fiscal control board for the island, and helps it avoid defaulting on a critical $2 billion debt payment due Friday.
The probe continues into what officials say was a triple suicide bombing at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport Tuesday. Families are holding funerals for their loved ones — mostly Turks are among the dead.
The producer known as Blood Orange says his new album is for everyone who grows up feeling "underappreciated." To serve them, he has to be wholly himself.
At trials in Omaha, Neb., Phelps earned a trip to his fifth Olympics. Katie Ledecky, Leah Smith, Townley Haas and Kelsi Worrell are some of the younger competitors who will be joining him in Rio.
In an interview with NPR's Steve Inskeep, the president acknowledges "parallels" between the U.S. election and Britain's vote to leave the EU. But "the differences are greater than the similarities."
The death toll from Tuesday night's attack rose to more than 40 people. Authorities say the violence was carried out by three suicide bombers armed with guns and explosives.
One neighbor says the rock wall looks daunting and forbidding. Another says the wall looks nice. A spokesman says the wall is designed to reduce road noise.
Joshua Browder was fed up with parking tickets so he made a robot to help people challenge fines. The robot chats with people in London and New York, asks them what happened and writes an appeal.
Steve Inkeep talks to President Obama about how race relations have evolved during his presidency. The president says you can always find people who feel that "change hasn't happened fast enough."
When North American leaders get together, it's often called the "Three Amigos" summit. This year it's a friendly gathering, and one sign of cooperation is a continent-wide push for more clean energy.
Under the terms of the nearly $15 billion deal announced on Tuesday, Volkswagen will spend up to $10 billion to fix or buy back cars of nearly 500,000 owners.
A peace deal between Colombia's FARC guerrillas and the government will end five decades of conflict. Colombia's president reflects on the deal that could win him a Nobel peace prize.
ISIS is suspected in Tuesday's attack at Istanbul's airport. David Greene talks to Erin Cunningham of The Washington Post and Omer Taspinar of the National War College and the Brookings Institution.