This year marks 20 years that Delilah Rene Luke has been talking to strangers about their problems. Radio personality Delilah talks to David Greene about giving advice and dedicating songs to callers.
When products move around the world, they pass through a highly sophisticated system of ships, docks, trucks and more. But there is one link that has remained stubbornly human: freight forwarding.
Wilmore has had a few viral moments but mostly the show was unable to connect with viewers and build ratings. It will air for the last time on Thursday.
Renee Montagne talks to Carlotta Gall of The New York Times about the rise of radical Islam in the Balkan country. Gall says radical clerics have turned Kosovo into a recruiting ground for ISIS.
Syrian aid workers managed to evacuate a set of twins — joined at their heart — from a besieged suburb to the capital Damascus. Activists hope the evacuation will lead to life-saving surgery abroad, and put a spotlight on other critical cases in the country.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is fighting to keep her seat in Congress. Progressive Democrat Tim Canova has matched Wasserman Schultz in fundraising after being endorsed by Bernie Sanders.
Members of the "Cajun Navy" — an armada of volunteers with their big pickups towing big boats — are helping neighbors near Baton Rouge, where record floods have displaced tens of thousands of people.
Synchronized swimming is known for its demanding precision. Less known are the serious injuries, like concussions, that occur perfecting and performing that precision.
A U.S. nuclear engineer is accused of spying for China. Chinese economic espionage costs the U.S. billions each year. The case raises questions about whether Chinese-Americans are unfairly targeted.
A 24-year-old Palestinian who was elected president on a TV reality show gets peppered with policy questions by his fans. It's a sign of how hungry Palestinians are for delayed real elections.
Irina Ilyukhina, 9, won the "tastiest girl" category at the mosquito festival in Berezniki, Russia. She received 43 bites while berry-picking. She takes home a ceramic mug for her efforts.
This is the second year in a row that President Obama has released his playlist to rave reviews. It features artists like Chance The rapper and the Beach Boys.
Bolt past all challengers to win the men's 100 meters in Rio for an unprecedented third time. He's attempting to do exactly what he did in 2008 and 2012 — win the 100, the 200 and the 4x100 relay.
David Greene talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts and Republican pollster Jim Hobart about the missed opportunities, and capitalized moments from the presidential campaign trail.
With all the concern about opioid addiction, some patients are worried and want to stop taking powerful medication. Tapering the drugs gradually may be a better way to do that than going cold turkey.
In Boko Haram's reported video, the camera pans across about 50 veiled females. They appear to be some of the missing Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped en masse by the extremist group two years ago.
A black man was shot by police over the weekend but unlike Saturday, there was not a lot of destruction on Sunday. Authorities say they've been able to handle protests on there own.
Hillary Clinton last week released her latest tax returns. It's a move to pressure Trump to release his tax records but it also underscores the wealth that the Clinton's have amassed in recent years.
Chancellor Angela Merkel is standing by what she calls the historic task of making war refugees part of Germany. But fellow Germans are growing increasingly skeptical that this can be done.
British Prime Minister Theresa May faces an extraordinary dilemma: How to leave the European Union, while keeping access to the market and reducing immigration. Many wonder how she can pull it off.