Young people are drinking 44 percent of the coffee consumed in America, according to research firm Datassential.
A student at Kansas State left the chocolate bar in his unlocked car for 15 minutes. When he returned, a note was in its place: "Saw Kit Kat in your cup holder. I love Kit Kats."
Hillary Clinton campaigned across Florida on Tuesday, a state that could effectively seal her path to 270 electoral votes if she wins it.
An easier way to edit genes, called CRISPR-Cas9, is revolutionizing biomedical research. But as patents and big prizes hover, some contributors to the discovery aren't getting much credit.
The Sulzberger family has owned and operated the 'Times' since Adolph Ochs bought it in 1896. Deputy Publisher A.G. Sulzberger speaks with NPR's David Greene.
A documentary about a teenager who breaks a 2,000-year-old Mongolian tradition is so satisfying it makes you feel good about feeling good. says Morning Edition film critic Kenneth Turan.
Protests over the North Dakota Access Pipeline continue. The head of the state Public Service Commission says that despite invitations, the tribe did not participate in its 11-month permit process.
Just days before Election Day, civil rights groups are suing the state over claims that voters have been illegally removed from the rolls.
NFL ratings are down and commentator Frank Deford says you can't blame it on all the attention the election is getting.
It has been called the biggest biotech breakthrough of our time. Now, patents and Nobel prizes loom, but many scientists in many labs contributed — some that continue to toil in obscurity.
A Virginia school district wants to ban a transgender teen from using the boys' bathroom. David Greene speaks to attorneys Kyle Duncan and Josh Block, central players in what could be a landmark case.
Elections workers in Phoenix test each tabulation machine in advance and transport paper ballots and machine tallies by separate teams, not over the Internet, to assure the result is accurate.
Donald Trump campaigned in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin on Tuesday as he tries to put states that have been leaning towards Hillary Clinton back in play.
The Iraqi city has been held by ISIS for the last two years.
Donald Trump's message to anyone who doubts he can win: Look at Brexit. The vote to leave the EU in June was fueled by some of the same issues that Trump is tapping.
FARC rebels are awaiting the day when they can put down their weapons. In the meantime, they've become more sedentary. Some guerrillas have gained weight from inactivity. Others are expecting babies.