As Fed Chair Janet Yellen tries to chart a course forward for the economy, there are some warning lights blinking on her radar. Wages are rising but there are worries that job growth may have stalled.
Philadelphia's City Council on Thursday will vote on a 1.5 cents-per-ounce tax on sugary beverages, as well as on diet sodas. Big Soda is spending big bucks on ads to sway public opinion against it.
Polls show 60+ percent of American women have an unfavorable opinion of Donald Trump. But how, specifically, do Republican women in the key swing state of Ohio feel about the presumptive GOP nominee?
Georgia has stopped licensing new clinics that provide medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction. Some call the state's move irresponsible. Others say the clinics aren't regulated enough.
A press conference just wrapped up with some of the doctors at the Orlando Regional Medical Center and a few of the survivors of Sunday morning's attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla.
NPR's Carrie Johnson and Hansi Lo Wang talk with David Greene about the latest details in the mass shooting. Johnson says authorities haven't yet shared a timeline of victims' deaths and injuries.
Robert Borba heard a woman yelling that her bike was being stolen. The champion bull rider did what cowboys do — grabbed his rope and lassoed the suspect. He held the man until police arrived.
David Greene, whose reporting from Orlando, Fla., talks to retired NYPD detective Vivian Rodriguez who lives in Orlando about the LGBT community there.
A refrigerator owner reached out to India's minister of External Affairs for help. She tweeted back: I cannot help you in matters of a refrigerator. I am very busy with human beings in distress."
Renee Montagne talks to Slate.com writer Mark Joseph Stern about his current article, "The Long, Tragic History of Violence at LGBTQ Bars and Clubs in America."
Investigators are working to learn more about Omar Mateen, the man they say was the lone shooter, who was killed at the scene. NPR's Justice correspondent Carrie Johnson talks to David Greene.
Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump announced on Monday that he was revoking press credentials for The Washington Post — upset with the major newspaper's coverage of his campaign.
David Greene talks to NPR's Debbie Elliott about Orlando's Latino community. Renee Montagne talks to former FBI agent Ali Soufan about the shooter, who he says was a confused and violent individual.
Actress Regina King has successfully navigated working both in front of and behind the camera. She's been directing television shows including Scandal, Being Mary Jane and now, Animal Kingdom on TNT.
David Greene talks to Rasha Mubarak, the Orlando regional coordinator for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, about the Muslim community and the mass shooting in Orlando.
Renee Montagne talks to NPR's Justice Correspondent Carrie Johnson about the latest developments in the mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., over the weekend.
A senior French police officer and his wife were killed Monday night at their home near Paris. There are reports that a man pledging allegiance to the Islamic State was responsible for the attack.
Hillary Clinton used a dignified, restrained tone when talking about the tragedy. Donald Trump said he refused to be politically correct and repeated his call for a ban on Muslims entering the U.S.
Renee Montagne and David Greene talk to NPR reporters: Jeff Brady about the latest, Eric Westervelt on the gunman's background and Brian Naylor explores the use of the term "radical Islam."
This year's primaries have been filled with complaints about the voting process. The controversies raise questions about how confident Americans are that their votes will count in November.