For decades, coal was king of electricity generation in the U.S., but that's changing. Across the country coal power plants are being replaced with generators that run on cleaner burning natural gas.
Joshua Hughes got caught trying to grow marijuana. Gazette Live reports his lawyer argued Hughes was so bad at growing pot, the plants never produced anything. His client got a suspended sentence.
The glitch caused one Toledo station to drop its price to historic lows. The station across the street responded by lowering its prices. For three hours drivers filled up their tanks for pennies.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx is in Cuba to sign a bi-lateral agreement that will allow commercial airline service between the two countries for the first time in decades.
Celebrity news website TMZ operates a lot like an intelligence agency, according to a piece in The New Yorker. Mary Louise Kelly talks to Nicholas Schmidle about TMZ's reporting tactics.
Mary Louise Kelly talks to Alison Overholt the new editor-in-chief of "ESPN The Magazine" on becoming the first woman to edit a major U.S. sports magazine.
Jeb Bush is looking to make a comeback in South Carolina, and Monday night he brought out his brother George W. Bush onto the campaign trail for the first time.
Putting the five men accused of plotting the attacks on trial is a long process. On Tuesday, at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, another round of seemingly endless pre-trial war court hearings gets underway.
Record of the Year went to Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk," featuring Bruno Mars. Ed Sheeran and Amy Wadge won Song of the Year for "Thinking Out Loud." And Taylor Swift's 1989 won for Album of the Year.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's death uprooted the presidential election and jogged memories that Barack Obama is a lame-duck president. Republicans are vowing to block any Obama nominee.
David Greene talks to author Diane Les Becquets about her new novel Breaking Wild which vividly evokes Colorado's rugged backcountry.
Mary Louise Kelly talks to Stephanie Cutter, deputy campaign manager for President Obama's 2012 re-election, and Katie Packer who held the same job for the Republicans and Mitt Romney.
For months, the San Bernardino, Calif., and Paris attacks have been reported together. Analysts say the two could not be more different, and ISIS' actions since those attacks has made that clear.
As the fight over naming Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's replacement begins, Sen. Orrin Hatch talks to David Greene about what it would take for a nominee to be confirmed by the Senate.
Immigration advocates say Pedro Figueroa's detainment violates the sanctuary city law, which has been under scrutiny since July when Kate Steinle was killed by another man in the states illegally.
Some New York City first responders are now taking Mandarin classes as a way to better serve the country's largest Chinese immigrant community during emergencies.
Officials in Cadiz wanted to give Joaquin Garcia an award for service but no one could find him. According to reports, he'd largely stopped coming to work. He is contesting the $30,000 fine.
Fifty couples in Latvia got married at what's known as the Love Cup Festival. They were trying to set a Guinness World Record for most simultaneous weddings while floating in hot air balloons.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's death has thrown the presidential campaign into turmoil. David Greene talks to NPR's Cokie Roberts and Amy Walter, national editor of the Cook Political Report.
David Greene talks to James Jeffrey, former U.S. ambassador to Iraq and Turkey, about the potential for a lasting ceasefire between the Syrian government and rebels. He also discusses the fight against ISIS.