Those jeans you bought at Walmart? They might have been made in Kenya. Here's a look at the country's leading exports.
While singing Tom Waits' "Drunk on the Moon," she evokes memories of another time and place.
The pioneering pianist, harpist, flutist and cellist has worked with Mel Tormé and Billie Holiday.
Think binge drinking, and college students downing cheap beer from red cups come into mind. But healthy affluent adults over 50 are more likely to drink dangerously than their peers.
As more and more families resemble my own, more and more parents are going to have to figure out how to talk to their kids about what it means to be mixed race. Here's what I've learned so far.
In this StoryCorps video, Alex Landau, who is black, recalls what happened after cops pulled him over one night: blows to his face that took 45 stitches to close up, and a gun held to his head.
The $48 billion deal would create the nation's largest health insurer by enrollment.
This week brings two summer movies into our field of vision: an unconventional romantic comedy and a shrunken (in the good way) superhero adventure.
Both Sky News and journalist Ashish Joshi have confirmed that the report never aired on the channel, deflating some of the buzz about a magical stunt.
Charges have been recommended for more than 100 people after the discovery of mass graves containing the remains of migrants from Bangladesh and Myanmar.
Police say John Russel Houser unloaded at least 13 rounds inside the theater, killing two people and then himself. Police said they still don't understand Houser's motive.
Arminda Palacios was the seamstress for the swankiest hotel in Buenos Aires for 20 years. But when the financial crisis hit, she lost her job, along with her purpose in life. But not for long...
What happens when the machines start turning on you — but you're half-machine yourself? We've got answers in this radio play adapted from Delaney Nolan's original story, with all the bright lights on.
Adam Linn went to the Louisiana Center for the Blind in search of life skills — but what he got was so much more.
Glynn learns a little about human nature when he tries to introduce some racial diversity into his dating circle.
Also: Defense Secretary Carter visits northern Iraq; a key freeway bridge reopens in California today after a washout; and singer Chris Brown can't leave the Philippines because of a fraud complaint.
Our recurring puzzler for careful listeners is back with a new set of drum fills. See how many you can match to the right song.
The combined company would have an estimated revenue of $115 billion and cover 53 million people in the U.S.
When mariachi musician Nato Cano died last year, the world lost a true cultural warrior. Hear a track from his posthumous album.
The president spoke about gun control just hours before a gunman opened fire in a Louisiana movie theater. Obama said he will keep trying to pass gun safety laws in his remaining 18 months in office.