Authorities say they're concerned about the number of Russians killed or injured while taking selfies. They've released guidelines which include: Don't take selfies while climbing roofs.
Passed in 2001, the education law established more standardized testing and education data collection than at any time in U.S. history. Congress is looking to reauthorize it, but roadblocks remain.
The Dalai Lama is in Southern California for three days — part of a celebration marking his 80th birthday. Renee Montagne talks to Robert Barnett — Director of the Modern Tibetan Studies Program at Columbia University — about what this moment in time means for Tibet and the exile community.
California's assisted suicide legislation failed to move forward on Tuesday. The bill was pulled before the Assembly's Health Committee could vote on it.
Islam's holy month of Ramadan means the devout are fasting from dawn to dusk. Most who fast are adults but so do many children. Ramadan, however, can mean different things to different kids.
Pope Francis has wrapped up the first leg of his South American mission which is focused on aiding the poor. Over the last three days, he was a real crowd pleaser in Ecuador. He next visits Bolivia and then it's on to Paraguay.
Renee Montagne gets the latest from "Wall Street Journal" reporter Gabriele Steinhauser in Brussels, where European leaders are making a last-ditch attempt to keep Greece from sliding out of the eurozone. obstacles
The Chinese stock market has fallen some 30 percent in the last month. We examine why.
Black Twitter has a prominent online presence. It has become so important, a major newspaper has hired a reporter to cover the news that comes from African-American tweeters.
With the success of shows like Inside Amy Schumer, Key and Peele, and Wednesday night's debut of a show from comedian Hannibal Buress, Comedy Central is showing the power of diversity.
The U.S. Navy announced it has tripled the amount of paid maternity leave for female personnel in the Navy and Marine Corps. Effective immediately, 18 weeks of maternity leave will be available.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has been drawing bigger crowds than any presidential candidate so far. But there's more to winning a nomination than just crowd size.
Baseball statistics have been around almost as long as the game. But a recent statistic explosion has led to covert skulduggery, industrial espionage and power politics. In baseball!
At the turn of the 16th century, Joachim Wtewael painted passionate stories from the Bible and mythology. The Dutch artist was a very strict Calvinist, but on canvas, he let loose.
The U.S. and others said more than a decade ago that Sudan was committing genocide in Darfur. Despite a U.N. peacekeeping mission and genocide charges against Sudan's president, little has changed.
Greek banks have been closed for more than a week, and it's unclear when they will reopen. Many Greeks are worried that if the banks collapse, they will lose everything.
Contestants had to sit still — oblivious to distraction — for two hours. Judges monitored movement, composure and heart rate. Only things like head scratching and nose picking were permitted.
A Canadian man attached giant helium-filled balloons to a lawn chair -– and soared for miles over Calgary during a promotional stunt. But things went wrong, and he had to skydive back to land.
Three American women are in the quarterfinals at Wimbledon — among them Serena Williams, who beat her sister Venus on Monday. Renee Montagne talks to Courtney Nguyen of Sports Illustrated.
The Confederate flag is again causing controversy after the Charleston church shooting that killed 9 people. The alleged gunman is believed to have been influenced by white supremacists and the flag.