Syrians are fleeing Aleppo under an intensifying Russian assault, and the city looks more likely to fall than ever. Renee Montagne talks to Alexei Borodavkin, Russia's Ambassador to the U.N., who defends the Russian offensive in Aleppo.
NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro donned an elaborate, colorful costume and sambaed her way through the Carnival parade competition. The question for us: did her team win or lose and could she keep up?
The San Francisco War Memorial Opera House was bursting with tech founders and investors Monday night for the 9th Annual Crunchies Awards. Among those honored, the best venture capitalist of the year, the best CEO and best startup funder.
Many in the agriculture industry in California are worried about an Obamacare requirement that employers offer workers health insurance in companies of 50 or more people.
Hillary Clinton was supposed to win New Hampshire's primary in a walk. And not many people were taking Donald Trump's candidacy very seriously. New Hampshire has always been about electoral surprises.
Both sides have rested in the hearing on whether Adnan Syed's murder conviction will be revisited. Syed is serving a life sentence for the 1999 strangulation of his ex-girlfriend.
The idea that voter anger is fueling the fortunes of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders has consumed much coverage from major media outlets. Political reporters in New Hampshire grapple with how best to reflect this voter sentiment.
Governors, current and former, running for president are struggling to break through in the GOP contest. Chris Christie, Jeb Bush and John Kasich are each hoping to exceed expectations.
David Greene talks to advanced placement calculus teacher Anthony Yom about his classroom magic, and how he's gotten every one of his students for the past five years to pass the exam.
The top two finishers in the Republican caucuses in Iowa — Ted Cruz and Donald Trump — made their closing pitches in New Hampshire, but to a very different electorate.
As voters head to the polls in New Hampshire, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is the favorite and Hillary Clinton is the underdog. It's a far different standing than they had just months ago.
Senior U.S., Japanese and South Korean defense officials met by teleconference on Tuesday to discuss the ramifications of North Korea's suspected missile test disguised as a satellite launch.
The Museum of English Rural Life in Britain has artifacts on display including a 155-year-old mouse trap. There was no bait, but a mouse wandered in, got stuck and died.
A motorcyclist took authorities in California on a high-speed chase. Along the way, he tossed a box of Girl Scout cookies. The note inside and eye witnesses helped authorities find the suspect.
There was little excitement in this year's crop of Super Bowl ads. Many of the best had already been seen on social media; the others were underwhelming.
New Hampshire voters go to the polls for the first-in-the-nation primary on Tuesday. Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders both hold substantial leads in their parties' polling. But New Hampshire is notorious for surprises. On the Republican side, the positioning of second and third-place candidates could be significant as well.
Myanmar, which used to be run by a military dictatorship, is a hot market for foreign investors. A division of a U.S. company is facing hurdles as it tries to set up a plant in Myanmar.
Marco Rubio came under heavy assault — especially by N.J. Gov. Chris Chrstie — at a weekend GOP presidential debate. Rubio kept repeating a single sentence almost verbatim.
The French government is seeking to extend the state of emergency it declared after the Paris terrorist attacks in November. Renee Montagne talks to French political scientist Nicole Bacharan.
When it comes to launching top-secret military satellites, the Pentagon relies almost entirely on rocket engines made in Russia. The U.S. has no viable alternative to the Russian rocket boosters.