Israeli forces suffered many more causalities than they did in the last big operation there. But they were dwarfed by casualties in Gaza. The U.N. says most of those who died were civilians.
There are calls for Sen. John Walsh to drop out of the U.S. Senate race. Walsh is at the center of allegations that he plagiarized a good portion of his thesis while attending the Army War College.
Tony Elumelu is a Nigerian business mogul and self described Africapitalist. As African Leaders meet in Washington, Elumelu talks to Steve Inskeep about the importance of entrepreneurs to Africa.
The U.S., World Bank and private companies are announcing billions of dollars in investment in Africa. President Obama says the U.S. wants to be a good partner with Africa.
The most contentious issue in Tuesday's Missouri primary was the "right to farm" amendment. It is meant to protect farmers and ranchers from state laws that would change or outlaw current practices.
The U.S. Justice Department bashed the juvenile justice system in Shelby County, Tenn., in 2012. Now, Memphis courts are trying to find a way forward.
After Tuesday's African summit sessions, the White House is preparing to host the 50 heads of state and the chairman of the African Union for dinner. What goes into preparing a formal dinner for 400?
Grown-up drivers protected the boy by surrounding his slow-moving vehicle with their own, according to the Journal News.
The Union Street Guest House had a policy posted online saying guests would be fine $500 for posting negative views, according to the New York Post. The inn says it wasn't serious.
Israel and Hamas have agreed to a three-day ceasefire. Even if this one holds, the death toll may still rise as bodies continue to be found. And the tally of homes and businesses destroyed has just begun.
A 72-hour cease-fire has taken hold in Gaza between Israel and Hamas. David Greene talks to Nick Casey, a reporter with "The Wall Street Journal."
They terrorize Parliament, lay waste to government office buildings and attack when attacked. In New Delhi, monkeys have been a menace for decade, and the city's bureaucrats think they have a solution. They've hired men to mimic the sounds of the even more menacing langur monkeys to scare off the macaque monkeys driving everyone to distraction.
Linda Wertheimer talks to USDA expert Steve Davis about fertilizer runoff in Lake Erie. Excess phosphorous fed the algae bloom that resulted in a tap water ban over the weekend in Toledo, Ohio.
After Tuesday's African summit sessions, the White House is preparing to host the heads of state and the chairman of the African Union for dinner.
Steve Inskeep talks with White House Senior Advisor Susan Rice about the Africa Summit underway in Washington. She'll also address other matters now pressing on the Obama administration.
Steve Inskeep and David Greene have the Last Word in business.
"Bloomberg Markets" magazine puts together an annual list that ranks the best-performing alternative investments. That includes things like investing in art and wine. To learn more about where you may want to store your money, Steve Inskeep talks to Devin Banerjee, the U.S. investing reporter from Bloomberg News.
Monday on this program, we incorrectly reported that developers eyeing land on the eastern edge of the Grand Canyon hoped to include a casino in a proposed development. David Greene reports no casino is part of the plan.
The stock for a new publishing company with a very long history begins trading Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange. After more than 150 years in business, media giant Tribune Company has split in two, and its newspapers are now a stand-alone business.
New Delhi has tried countless schemes to control rambunctious monkeys. The latest: 40 men roam the streets, mimicking the call of the menacing langur monkey in an attempt to scare off other monkeys.