Rachel Martin talks to Seema Yasmin.
Dallas Morning News photographer Ting Shen, who's a summer intern, was shooting photos of the scene at Baylor University Medical Center.
NPR's Tom Bowman has been bringing us stories from his recent trip to Afghanistan. It was on that trip that a Taliban ambush killed NPR photographer David Gilkey and interpreter Zabihullah Tamanna.
David Greene talks to former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey about the fight against ISIS, which despite geographic losses, has managed to carry out a wave of attacks.
Leah Rodgers gave birth to a son at 1:18 a.m. MT in Denver last Thursday. An hour later in La Jolla, Calif., at 1:18 a.m. PT, Leah's twin sister, Sarah Mariuz, welcomed a daughter.
Rick Nelson startled a cub while he was walking his dog. The cub's 300-pound mother came to the rescue. During the altercation, Nelson landed a good underhand punch to the bear's snout.
In Louisiana, Albert Samuels, a professor at Southern University, talks about the racial make-up and history between Baton Rouge's African-American community and police. David Greene reports.
David Greene talks Tim Nelson of Minnesota Public Radio.
Among Mormons, there is a group of women known as Mama Dragons, fierce protectors of their LGBT children. They were put to the test after the church hardened its stance against same-sex marriages.
There are two Venezuelas. In one, mothers have no milk for their children. In the other, you can get milky cappuccinos. The socialist country's economic implosion has exacerbated inequality.
Donald Trump will be in Washington on Thursday for a round of meetings with Republican officials. He's working on unifying the party ahead of the Republican National Convention.
A year ago, Greek voters rejected EU austerity in a referendum, but swallowed it anyway and stayed in the bloc. Now Greeks fear Brexit may be a fatal blow to Europe, and worry about their place in it.
A black man was shot and killed in an officer-involved shooting in a suburb of St. Paul, Minnesota Wednesday evening. David Greene reports.
House Democrats have yet to convince the GOP leadership to allow a vote on the gun control proposals at the center of their June 22 sit-in. David Greene talks to Rep. Norma Torres.
Republicans on a House panel have summoned FBI Director James Comey to testify about his recommendation against prosecuting Hillary Clinton. The Justice Department has accepted Comey's recommendation.
David Greene talks to historian Dan Flores about his biography of an iconic animal of the American West. It's called Coyote America. Increasingly, the coyote has become associated with suburban life.
A day after police shot and killed Anton Sterling, local authorities turned the probe over to the federal government. That most likely wouldn't have happened, before the age of Black Lives Matter.
Several British commercial property investment funds will no longer let people withdraw their funds. The outcome of the Brexit vote has accelerated the flow of funds out of the U.K.
Hillary Clinton attended Donald Trump's third wedding. Trump has contributed to Clinton's past campaigns and her husband's foundation. Does this mean that, before this election, they were friends?
David Greene talks to Rep. Keith Ellison, one of the drafters of the 2016 Democratic national platform. The Minnesota Democrat says they don't have party unity yet, but that they will get there.