Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore was ousted on ethics charges in 2003 for defying a federal court order. On Wednesday he faces trial for defying the U.S. Supreme Court's same-sex marriage ruling.
Peres served as prime minister three times, launched the country's nuclear program and won the Nobel Peace Prize. But his grandest goal, an Israel at peace with its Arab neighbors, eluded him.
Wells Fargo says John Stumpf and the former retail-banking head will forfeit stock awards worth about $60 million combined, after employees opened unauthorized customer accounts to meet company goals.
Robby Mook, the campaign manager for Hillary for America, joins David Greene the morning after the first presidential debate to discuss Hillary Clinton's performance.
Archaeologists at the school are showing off stone carvings that cracked and ceramic vessels that warped. The curator says we can learn a lot from from the mistakes of past generations.
After a game, an LA Rams fan was using a port-a-potty when a Seattle Seahawks fan tipped it over. A kinder Seahawks fan walks over and opens the door of the horizontal port-a-potty.
Steve Inskeep follows up with a set of voters in the swing state of Georgia. The morning after the presidential debate, he asks whether their opinions of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have changed.
David Greene talks to Boris Epshteyn, senior adviser to Donald Trump's campaign from Hofstra University, the setting for Monday night's debate. The debate was lively and often combative.
When we see someone perform an action in a slow-motion replay, we tend to believe the action had more intentionality behind it. This has implications in sports and in the criminal justice system.
Steve Inskeep is in Atlanta and follows up with a set of voters in the battleground state of Georgia. The morning after the debate, he asks whether their opinions of the nominees have shifted.
There were debate watching parties across the country Monday night. Some viewers said they were watching history being made. David Greene has a sampling of some of those gatherings.
The morning after the first presidential debate, David Greene talks to retired Air Force Gen. John Douglass, who says Donald Trump doesn't have the experience or temperament to be president.
Our partner Radio Diaries, along with Project &, combed through Studs Terkel's tapes, and we're bringing you the best of what they found. Today, Lovin' Al Pommier, a Chicago parking lot attendant.
David Greene talks to NPR's Guy Raz about the latest episode of the new podcast, "How I Built This." In that episode, Raz talks to Cathy Hughes, who built a broadcasting empire from scratch.
A key piece of the Obama administration's efforts to cut back on carbon emissions faces a test in court on Tuesday. An appeals court will hear arguments on regulations announced last year.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton discussed a wide range of issues during Monday night's debate, but some of their statements require a bit more context than they may have provided.
David Greene talks to Boris Epsteyn, senior adviser to Donald Trump's campaign from Hofstra University, the setting for Monday night's debate. The debate was lively and often combative.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton wrapped up their first debate Monday night in Hempstead, N.Y. It was a fast-paced 90 minutes with Trump often interrupting Clinton and speaking over her answers.
Viewed for decades as capitalist exploitation, tipping is now being encouraged at some upscale, urban restaurants catering to wealthy, young customers. Restaurateurs insist it's strictly voluntary.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury says a Chinese conglomerate on the North Korean border has helped blacklisted North Korean companies procure raw materials that could be used for nuclear weapons.