Sneak Peek: Invisibilia - Episode 3
Barbara Poma says her nightclub, where 49 people were killed, will be back with a street party to thank the Orlando community for its support. The attack happened on a Latin Night on June 12.
When a serial graffiti artist left her mark around national parks, hiking and nature lovers took to Reddit to find the vandalizer. The culprit was recently sentenced and banned from federal lands.
The American Kennel Club says it is officially granting full status to the pumi, a herding breed originally from Hungary. It opens the door for the breed to compete at the Westminster Dog Show.
That year, music journalist David Hepworth argues, offered an explosion of talent from David Bowie, Led Zeppelin, Al Green, John Lennon and more. He discusses his new book, Never a Dull Moment.
The Brexit vote is being closely watched in Spain. Hundreds of thousands of British nationals live there, and European Union integration has been a boon for them and their Spanish neighbors.
The politics team is back to discuss, at least in recent American history, gun laws never seem to change
A new study offers some intriguing clues.
One of the lesser known tales of the world migrant crisis is taking place in Central America, where hundreds of Africans are landing with dreams of making it to the U.S.
Two women woke up to find they were blind in one eye. Then their eyesight quickly returned to normal. The likely cause? They had been gazing at their smartphone screens in the dark.
The NPR Politics team breaks down Donald Trump's speech in which he laid out a series of campaign promises and leveled a slew of accusations at rival Hillary Clinton.
Cleveland celebrated its first pro sports title in 52 years. A massive crowd turned out for LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers on parade.
Hundreds of thousands of U.S.-born children have had a parent detained or deported by immigration authorities. One family provides a glimpse into the mental health challenges these kids may face as a consequence.
House Speaker Paul Ryan unveiled the health care component of congressional Republicans' policy agenda Wednesday, a long-awaited alternative to the Affordable Care Act.
Scores of civil rights murders remain unsolved by states and the Department of Justice. NPR explores how many cases remain open and the consequences that arise when an attorney general decides to close a case.
On Wednesday, Democratic Reps. John Lewis of Georgia and James Clyburn of South Carolina led a sit-in on the House floor to protest inaction on gun legislation.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Ed Balls, a former member of British Parliament for the opposition Labour Party, about why he's been advocating to remain in the European Union.
On Thursday, the United Kingdom will vote on whether to continue its membership in the European Union. People in London explain why they support remaining part of the EU.
Hillary Clinton and her campaign face Donald Trump's speech leveling charges of corruption.
Donald Trump delivered a speech Wednesday attacking Hillary Clinton over various scandals, alleging that she is corrupt.