Secret tapes, street protests and political plots — Brazil is in turmoil and the newly installed government in Latin America's largest country is already in deep trouble. It all centers on a massive corruption investigation at the state oil company.
Harris County, Texas, operates one of the largest mosquito control operations in the country, with more than 50 people who trap, freeze and test mosquitoes for disease threats.
Britain's farming minister favors leaving the European Union. But some farmers fear losing subsidies and foreign workers if that happens. "As a farmer," says one, "I want to stay in business."
If there's one person who's spent some time thinking about how to beat Donald Trump — and wishing he'd played it differently — it's Rick Tyler, the former spokesperson for Ted Cruz's campaign.
Donald Trump has said he doesn't need donors' money. But as he pivots to the general election, Trump is more focused on raising campaign cash — as well as polling and policy.
Day after day, there is less food on the shelves, less power to turn on lights or run businesses and more anger over the difficulties. But opposition efforts to recall the president are being stymied.
A far-right Austrian presidential candidate was narrowly defeated after an election that focused on the European migrant crisis.
A judge in Baltimore has found police Officer Edward Nero not guilty of charges relating to the death of Freddie Gray, who died after sustaining injuries while in police custody.
Tanishq Abraham says he likes playing video games. But he really isn't like ordinary children, Abraham has been a MENSA member since he was four years old. He Gave a TED Talk when he was nine.
The graduates heard from actor Hank Azaria and some of the characters he voices on The Simpsons. Chief Wiggum, Apu and the Comic Book Guy were just a few of the voices Azaria did for the crowd.
World Bank President Jim Yong Kim gives remarks at Monday's World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul. Renee Montagne talks to him about efforts to support countries hosting millions of Syrian refugees.
U.S. drones killed Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Akhtar Mansour in a remote area of Pakistan. The death that was confirmed by President Obama and Afghan intelligence. U.S. and Afghan officials are now asking: Will Mansour's death mean the beginning of the end of the insurgency, or will the Taliban mount more violent attacks?
Holding torturers to account depends on evidence — the kind that doctors are learning to compile from countries at war, like Syria, as well as other places where abuse is routine.
The trial of police officer Edward Nero poses one of the central questions that emerged from the riots that followed the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore: Should officers making questionable arrests face criminal charges? After a bench trial, a judge is set to answer that question Monday.
Holding torturers to account requires evidence, the kind that doctors are learning to compile from countries at war, like Syria. But there are many challenges.
Election officials in Austria say mail-in ballots being counted on Monday will help to determine the race. The election could produce Austria's first far-right president since World War II.
Tensions between Bernie Sanders' and Hillary Clinton's camps continue to simmer. David Greene talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts and Jonah Goldberg, senior editor at the National Review.
President Obama is in Vietnam as part of a 10-day trip to Asia. At a news conference in Hanoi, Obama announced he was lifting the arms export embargo. The president will be in Vietnam for three days.
It is not just lawmakers hashing it out over a N.C. law which limits civil rights protections for the LGBT community. David Greene talks to Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce, a cloud computing company.
Renee Montagne talks to transit expert Robert Puentes about infrastructure problems affecting rail systems across the country. Some of the repairs require entire lines of systems to be shut down.