The Breakfast Club turned 30 this year. A look at the John Hughes-directed movie and how teenagers today can still relate.
NPR hears from astronaut Reid Wiseman who was on the space station for four months in 2014. He discusses his photo of Italy at night from space.
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed his sweeping $1.1 billion emergency drought relief bill Friday. It funds water infrastructure improvements like flood control and aid for farmworkers.
U.S. oil production is at near record levels. But the success has led to a question of where to store all that oil. One of the country's biggest oil hubs is now almost full.
The decision puts an end to a story that began in 2009 when Knox was found guilty of murdering 21-year-old Meredith Kirchner two years earlier.
In West Virginia, the Pistol Annies member sings country songs about her colorful rural upbringing.
In Havana, Cuba, old cars have filled the streets since the U.S. embargo began. Now enterprising Cubans have begun renting cars out to tourists who are hungry for the cars of their youth.
Prime Minister Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha, who seized power last May, says he will lift martial law and replace it with a constitutional provision that gives him the very same powers.
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with James Phillips, international affairs director of the German Pilots Association, for the latest on Andreas Lubitz and reaction from German pilots.
In this Piano Jazz session from 1984, Hadley shows off her chops in "All The Things You Are" and duets with host Marian McPartland in "It's Delovely."
Cholita is an Andean spectacled bear that was mistreated in the circus in Peru. Now an animal rights group is trying to bring her to the U.S. as part of an effort rescue wild animals from circuses.
The Canadian singer-songwriter exists somewhere between Regina Spektor and Feist. She performs several of her own songs, plus a Billie Holiday classic.
China's sports bureaucracy threatened this week to standardize dancing in public squares.
NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Kelly Carlin, the daughter of the late comedian George Carlin, about the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery's unveiling of her father's portrait Friday.
Sara Inés Calderón talks about how her app could help Latinos vote. Maria Hinojosa and producer Antonia Cereijido talk about why it is that Latinos use smartphones at a higher rate than other groups.
We learn about a company that aims to make it easier for immigrants to pay bills abroad.
We meet two psychologists out of the Bay Area who are trying to treat more Latinos by using cell phones.
Producer Antonia Cereijido visits a middle school to learn what kinds of technology young Latinos have access to, and how it affects their lives.
Morning Edition clarifies an assertion with a follow-up story, and two language observations.
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with political commentators E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post and Brookings Institution and David Brooks of The New York Times about Harry Reid's retirement announcement and Ted Cruz's appeal to the far-right.