Consumer Reports has released its Annual Reliability Survey. Lexus and Toyota are the top two followed by Buick. The company ranks car brands based on a survey of more than a half-million car owners.
Trump accused the media of counting too many Democrats in their polls while campaigning in Florida on Monday.
The progressive heroine and Massachusetts senator amped up a crowd before Hillary Clinton spoke in New Hampshire on Monday.
Colonoscopy has long been the gold standard for colon cancer screening. Now gastroenterologists say the quick, inexpensive, noninvasive FIT test is a good option for people not willing to go there.
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It's been nearly 20 years since IBM's Deep Blue beat chess great Garry Kasparov. Humans and computers play the game differently, but have computers taught humans much about the game?
The White House released information Monday about rates and offerings for the 2017 Affordable Care Act Open Enrollment.
The premiums on benchmark plans are increasing by an average of 22 percent in 2017, the government says, but more than 70 percent of people can get one for less than $75 a month after subsidies.
She was once viewed as a rising star within the Democratic Party. In August, she was convicted on multiple counts after she leaked grand jury information about a rival, then lied about it under oath.
Infants should sleep in the same room as their parents for the first six months of their lives, and ideally, the entire first year. That's a key recommendation from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
The Iraqi army is battling its way through villages south of Mosul. Residents who fled say some local tribes are still with ISIS, and will be ready to fight to the death.
Longtime social and political activist Tom Hayden has died. He was a key figure during the 1960s anti-war protests, and later channeled that passion into public service as a California state assemblyman.
True authorship of Shakespeare has been debated for centuries. Now, the New Oxford Shakespeare edition will list Elizabethan playwright Christopher Marlowe as co-author on the three Henry VI plays, part one, two and three. NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Florida State University professor Gary Taylor, one of the general editors of the new volume.
France began clearing the sprawling migrant camp in the northern city of Calais on Monday. The camp, known as "The Jungle," has been home to more than 6,500 migrants who have fled war and poverty. France plans to resettle the migrants in 450 centers around the country.
The Pentagon is asking thousands of California National Guard members to repay millions of dollars in enlistment bonuses. NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to David Cloud of The Los Angeles Times.
Cubans who recently made the dangerous migration to Florida by boat talk about what drove them to leave their homeland, about leaving their families behind, and what awaits them here in the U.S.
Tuesday will be one strange day for sports fans in Cleveland. On the very same night the Indians host the Cubs for Game 1 of the World Series, right across the street the Cavaliers will raise the banner on their first ever NBA Championship. Pandemonium is all but assured.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Gregory T. Angelo, president of the Log Cabin Republicans, about the organization's decision not to endorse Donald Trump, even though Angelo calls Trump the most pro-LGBT presidential nominee in Republican Party history.
With presidential nominee Hillary Clinton holding a steady lead in key battleground states, Democrats led by President Obama are turning their attention to down ballot races. From Congress to the legislatures, the party is at a low water mark they hope to correct before Obama leaves office.