Anger erupted in front of the county courthouse in Burns, Ore., Monday as anti-government protesters in town for a rally met a wall of locals sick of outsiders trying to start a movement there.
The big game may be days away, but commercials featuring a Helen Mirren soliloquy, Pokemon, a Drake Hotline Bling spoof, Ryan Reynolds and, of course, puppies are already getting attention online.
The agreement reached between aboriginal groups known as First Nations, environmental groups and logging companies designates 85 percent of the forest land as permanently protected from logging.
More than 62,000 migrants crossed to Europe by boat in January alone — almost all of them landing on Greek islands after perilous journeys from the Turkish coast. Three hundred and sixty people have died while making that crossing. NPR takes us on a boat that is trying to stop that from happening.
NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel about U.S. policy in Syria. Since leaving office, Hagel has been critical of the Obama administration, which he says lost credibility by not acting when the Syrian regime crossed a "red line" and used chemical weapons on civilians.
The White House is proposing more than $1 billion in new funding to fight heroin and opioid drug abuse.
NPR's Robert Siegel, reporting this week from New Hampshire, talks with Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who appears to have caught the eye of likely GOP voters there. He was also endorsed by The New York Times over the weekend. We met up with Kasich on a campaign swing through Claremont, N.H.
One day after the Iowa caucuses, the Democratic presidential candidates barnstormed New Hampshire.
A day after the Iowa caucuses, Republican presidential candidates are flooding New Hampshire hoping to make their mark ahead of next week's primary.
Jack Johnstone, one of the creators of the triathlon, has died at age 80. Swimming, running and biking have long been sports, but Johnstone was the first to put them together into one competition.
With the Iowa caucus a wrap, it was on to New Hampshire Tuesday for the presidential candidates.
The race in Iowa between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton is the closest in the history of the Democratic caucuses in Iowa. The close results are raising questions about exactly how candidates' support is calculated.
Actor Courtney B. Vance plays lawyer Johnnie Cochran in the FX miniseries The People v. O.J. Simpson. "Finally, on the biggest stage, a black man worked the system," Vance says.
Researchers are looking into the possible link to birth defects — and suspected cases of hearing loss in adults. But first they need a fast test to identify the virus.
Martel's new book, The High Mountains of Portugal, shares some themes with his 2001 novel, Life of Pi: Both feature animals (in this case, a chimpanzee) and both struggle with questions of faith.
Richard Dreyfuss plays Bernie Madoff in a new ABC miniseries as a con men who — like many of his kind — looks right at the viewer.
Increasingly, the day, and the hype around it, have provided fodder to the critics who say college football is anything but amateur.
Two generations of Florence, Ala., musicians teamed up to make Fritts' new album, Oh My Goodness.
James A. Garfield emerged as the surprise Republican nominee in 1880. He won the presidency, but was only in office for six months.
Laurence Fink, head of the world's largest investing company, would like the public to put less emphasis on quarterly earnings.