National League MVP Bryce Harper is being compared to the late Yankees great Mickey Mantle. It's worth looking beyond statistics when searching for comparisons for the young Washington Nationals star.
Renee Montagne talks with critic Kenneth Turan about some of the movies coming out of this year's Cannes Film Festival. Turan reviews movies for "Morning Edition" and the "Los Angeles Times."
It could be at least another week before the medical examiner releases a final report on Prince's death. Wrangling over his estate has begun while fans gather at memorials around his hometown.
France's president says changing the labor law is the only way to improve jobless figures — but his decision to push those changes through Parliament has led to nationwide strikes and street protests.
Deep in the world's largest mangrove forest, rangers go on patrol to protect the wild Bengal tiger in its natural habitat. Sometimes this leads to deadly encounters.
Trump enlists conservative economists, including Stephen Moore of the Heritage Foundation, to make his tax plan more politically palatable. Mary Louise Kelly talks to Moore about advising Trump.
Public schools in Massachusetts aren't rushing to comply with President Obama's instructions for bathrooms and transgender students — the state has had that rule on the books for nearly 5 years.
A study examined the economic effects of the Affordable Care Act. Researchers found states that opted to expand Medicaid through Obamacare had residents with fewer unpaid bills and less debt overall.
Sen. Bernie Sanders is answering for violence at the Nevada Democratic Party's state convention, where his supporters threw chairs and hurled obscenities as Hillary Clinton claimed the most delegates.
Congress and the Education Department are fighting over how to prove that federal dollars for at-risk students aren't being misused at the local level.
Guinness World Records has confirmed the oldest living person, and it is Emma Morano of Italy. She is one of the last known people born in the 19th century. She says she loves her brandy.
Movie stars flock to the south of France for the Cannes Film Festival. Flocks of seagulls are known to snatch food off the plates of the stars. Hawks will now trace menacing circles over the hotel.
Viewers will see Donald Trump in a one-on-one interview with Megyn Kelly of Fox News. Mary Louise Kelly talks to Tucker Carlson of the Daily Caller and co-host of Fox & Friends Weekend for a preview.
Secretary of State John Kerry and diplomats from other world powers have agreed to ease an Libyan arms embargo in order to assist a coalition seeking to assume power over the chaotic country.
The Senate is set to vote Tuesday on a deal to provide more than $1 billion to battle Zika. Mary Louise Kelly talks to Tom Frieden, director of the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention.
The administration ordered schools to allow transgender students to use bathrooms that matches their gender identity. Mary Louise Kelly talks to Debi Jackson, mother of Avery, 8, who is transgender.
Renee Montagne and Mary Louise Kelly report on the death of Jane Little. In 1945, she joined the symphony in Atlanta when she was just 16 years old. She died over the weekend while performing. Little was 87.
News reports out of Afghanistan lately have focused on the number of people trying to leave the country for a better life elsewhere. Renee Montagne talks to the first lady of Afghanistan Rula Ghani, who was at the Afghan embassy in Washington, D.C. It was migration that dominated their conversation
The bassist joined the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in 1945, when she was just 16 years old. She died over the weekend while performing on stage.
With a vacancy, Supreme Court justices are looking for ways to avoid tie votes on key issues. On Monday, the justices sent an Obamacare case back to a lower court — saying compromise seemed feasible.