President Obama on Thursday announced an agreement with Canada that both countries will institute tough new controls on methane emissions by the oil and gas industry. Seeing is believing. In a helicopter, we'll fly over a South Texas oilfield with a leak detection crew and witness — with the aid of an infrared camera — how much methane gushes into the atmosphere.
John Stipanovich, a longtime GOP strategist and lobbyist in Florida, tells David Greene that he is going to stick with Sen. Marco Rubio — if only because Rubio is an alternative to Donald Trump.
Research finds that when you put powerful people together in a group, individuals tend to vie for the same level of authority and deference they receive outside the group.
A trial in southern Russia is the setting for one of the strangest side-stories of the war in eastern Ukraine. Two years ago, a news crew for Russian state television was hit by mortar fire. The soundman and a well-known reporter were killed. On trial for murder is a female military pilot serving in the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
Nearly 10 percent of the people who vote this presidential election will be naturalized citizens. What does the American political circus look like to a relatively new immigrant who's a first-time voter? We'll check in with one such voter in Ohio who's trying to decide which candidate to support.
The report says 50,000 civilians were killed, and more than a million displaced. The groups, which include Oxfam and Care International, put much of the blame on Russia, France, Britain and the U.S.
The four remaining candidates held their 12th debate of the primary season in Miami Thursday. It was their last debate before the big states of Ohio, Illinois, Missouri and Florida vote next Tuesday.
More than 100 people have already been murdered in Chicago this year. That's double the number of homicides in the city in the first two months of last year.
A poll by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health finds that people in the politically important state of Ohio are divided over Obamacare.
Deadlines to rehouse evacuees have come and gone. It's still not clear when they might go home, and if so, what would they return to?
In her new film Eye in the Sky, Helen Mirren plays a colonel overseeing a secret drone operation in Kenya. Mirren and director Gavin Hood say the audience is the jury in this courtroom drama of sorts.
Terrorist groups in Kenya are trying to lure smart recruits who can give orders and boost their brand on social media. A high-school teacher is battling them in the classroom.
For 25 years, Francois Clemmons played Fred Rogers' neighborhood police officer, often lending a hand and a soothing voice. But as Clemmons recalls, it was a foot bath that offered a memorable lesson.
The airport authority received 8,700 noise complaints last year. What became clear is that most of the calls came from a single person. The Washington Post says the unnamed person called 6,500 times.
Recently we told you about a man in Austria who was fine for a loud belch after eating a kebab with a lot of onions. A Turkish kebab company will pay his fine and offered him a free trip to Istanbul.