Even before he became "BuzzFeed Andrew," Andrew Kaczynski spent hours a day scouring archives for political research. The 26-year-old brings controversies and scoops to the public for the election.
Patients switching to generic medicines and hard bargaining with drugmakers helped moderate spending on prescription drugs in 2015, according to Express Scripts, a manager of drug benefits.
St. Patrick's Day is on Thursday. London's mayor has fought budget cuts to put on traditional celebrations. Defying what he said were "penny pinchers" with "no poetry in their soul."
Flooding damaged the factory of a popular cookie factory, shutting down operations. After months of biscuit-less tea times, two cargo planes landed with the nation's favorite biscuits on board.
Kansas is the overall No. 1 seed. North Carolina got another of the top spots. The other No. 1s, Virginia and Oregon, were considered surprises in some circles. The 68-team tournament starts Tuesday.
It's Pi Day, the day regular people around the world gawk at the brilliance and beauty of a mathematical constant. They also eat pie. But, today, we focus on why pi still captures our imagination thousands of years after it was first calculated.
Islamist extremists attacked a beach popular with tourists near Ivory Coast's capital and killed 14 people. It was was the third terrorist attack on Western targets in West Africa since November.
Ahead of Tuesday's primaries in Ohio, Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders spoke to party faithful at a dinner Sunday night. Sanders has been hitting his message opposing free trade deals hard in the major industrial state. It's an issue that gave him traction in a surprise win over Clinton last week in Michigan — something he'd like to repeat.
Many election observers struggle to understand why evangelical Christians have embraced Donald Trump. Ralph Reed, founder of the Faith and Freedom Coalition, tells Renee Montagne we should try to understand what animates Trump's evangelical supporters.
Brazil is in crisis. It's facing its worst recession in nearly a century. The economic mess is worsened by multi-billion dollar fraud scandals that threaten to ensnare a beloved former president. And all of this comes ahead of Olympic games threatened by the growing Zika crisis.
In local German elections on Sunday, voters delivered a harsh blow to Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats over her refugee policy that saw more than a million migrants arrive in the country and apply for asylum last year. The backlash benefited the far-right populist Alternative for Germany party, which now has seats in half of Germany's state legislatures:
David Greene talks to former national security official Richard Clarke about the fight between Apple and the FBI. The FBI wants Apple to unlock an iPhone that was used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.
Go to any pharmacy or grocery store and stand in front of the toothpaste aisle and you will face an overwhelming array of choices. Each brand has a plethora of options
A car bomb exploded in a busy square in Turkey's capital, Ankara, killing nearly three dozen and wounding scores more. It was the second car bomb in Ankara in the last month.
The fight against militants belonging to ISIS continues in Syria. In the eastern part of the country, forces backed by the U.S. and its allies say they are pushing ISIS back. And U.S. officials say those forces are becoming more cohesive and effective.
Voters in Ohio decide their primaries on Tuesday. Republicans there react to the volatile mood that has overtaken the GOP primary race in recent days.
The veteran commentator co-authored a column calling on "the rational wing" of the Republican Party to prevent Donald Trump's nomination for president.
For years, NPR's Claudio Sanchez has struggled with his decision to leave teaching and the children he had grown so fond of.
The midlife crisis is entrenched in American popular culture, but mostly, it doesn't exist in more than a mere 10 percent of the population. Here, five ways we misunderstand midlife.