"What happens if you get pregnant? Are we going to be stuck with Tim Kaine for nine months?" host Zach Galifianakis asks.
After a fatal police shooting on Tuesday, the city has seen two days of peaceful demonstrations and violent protests. One man was shot at a protest Wednesday night and is on life support.
The New York band's new video for "The Closing Door" tells a sunny coming-of-age story.
By delivering a major address on issues around disability and employment, Hillary Clinton put a focus on a large group of voters who often feel ignored.
They came, they measured, they built and plotted. But first, they had to borrow a few things from the office. Watch a teaser for Blue Man Group's Tiny Desk Takeover, set to feature new instruments.
The Justice Department estimates more than 60 percent of sexual assaults go unreported. By giving victims options, Det. Carrie Hull is working to change that.
North Carolina's governor declared a state of emergency after more unrest. Steve Inskeep talks to Mayor Jennifer Roberts, who says more resources that come with the declaration will be a big help.
Researcher Matthew Bryant had a look, and realized that in all of North Korea there are only 28 websites. One is a flight booking site. Another appears to be some kind of social network.
On the cusp of his 70th birthday, the revered singer-songwriter sets down his pen to explore country classics with some stellar duet partners.
On this long-awaited solo album, the Grateful Dead veteran showcases his songwriting gifts with the aid of collaborators such as Josh Ritter and The National's Bryce and Aaron Dessner.
On her sixth album, the Norwegian singer Jenny Hval aims for impact, surrounding her vulnerable voice with spiky, disarming instrumentation that bolsters the intensity and intimacy of her songs.
American Band, the long-running rock band's 11th album, lives up to its name in how it digests, understands and challenges the notions of what it means to be American.
The inspired Head Carrier reaffirms all the spark, wit and weirdness, tempered by the occasional burst of emotional rawness, that made people fall in love with the Pixies in the first place.
Violence against women, and a smart storyteller from the Arabian Nights, inspired John Adams' "dramatic symphony," featuring violinist Leila Josefowicz.
When the Calif. hotel asked Seth Freedland what else they could do to make his stay better, Seth answered that his girlfriend would love framed photos of Jeff Goldblum in the room. The hotel did it.
Both major party candidates are preparing for the first presidential debate on Monday, but they're doing so in different ways.
Few people can really trace the path from basic physics theory all the way up to health diagnostics — and yet we all rely on these machines, and other science, in daily life, says Adam Frank.
There was a second night of protests in Charlotte, North Carolina, following Tuesday's shooting death of Keith Scott, a 43 year-old African-American man, by a Charlotte police officer. Accounts differ as to whether Scott was holding a gun or a book at the time of the confrontation.(Stations note — Language Advisory: The f-word is bleeped about 2 minutes into the piece).
Law and order have been a major theme this year on the campaign trail. But that means very different things to the two major party presidential candidates.
A Swedish biologist wants to change the genes of healthy human embryos to find ways to treat infertility and perhaps other diseases. The experiments intensify ethical questions genetic engineering.