There has been a development in a story we heard on the program last week. An 18-year-old Minnesota man named Abdullahi Yusuf is at the center of an experiment in deradicalization in this country. He entered a guilty plea today which clears the way for him to take next steps in his counseling program.
Chef Marcus Samuelsson has a ritual whenever he travels to a new place — ask the cab driver, "Where do you eat?" When he did that on a trip to Barbados, he fell in love with a fish sandwich.
It's now legal to smoke pot in the nation's capital, but you can't do so in public and you still can't buy it legally. Despite the restrictions that are greater than other jurisdictions that have legalized marijuana, many advocates of the voter-approved law say it is symbolic in many other ways.
The Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines — 3 to 2 — to approve new net neutrality rules that would regulate access to the Internet more like a public utility.
During a career that spanned almost 75 years, Dr. Eugenie Clark was one of the world's foremost marine biologists and defender of sharks. Clark died Wednesday at the age of 92.
A panel of nutrition experts recommends a diet lower in meat in part because it's better for the Earth. But the meat industry says environmental policy doesn't belong in nutrition guidelines.
The nation was riveted by a pair of llamas that broke free in Sun City, Arizona. The llamas ran through parking lots and boulevards, until the men with lassos were called.
The country's Constitutional Court voted 7-2 to abolish a 1953 law that made adultery a crime punishable by up to two years in prison.
See the trippy new video for "Rainbow" from People Get Ready's album Physiques.
The Conservative Political Action Conference is attracting nearly a dozen Republican presidential hopefuls, depending on how you count.
Warmer temperatures in Alaska are giving farmers flexibility to plant a wider range of crops over a longer growing season. One farmer says the secret to his bounty is soil enriched by flooding rivers.
President Obama's nominee cleared a major hurdle to succeed Eric Holder. The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 12-8 to send the nomination to the full chamber where it is expected to pass.
In most states in the country, labor laws will not protect you from getting fired over a political bumper sticker.
Thanks to cheaper technology, community organizers and computer hackers are bypassing the big cell companies altogether.
Cellphone users across Pakistan are lining up to get fingerprinted. The government says it will cut off service to unregistered phones.
It's enormous, and it grew relatively quickly — less than 900 million years after the Big Bang.
Hear a performance by the Latin funk band at the studios of KCSN radio.
"Right-to-work" laws prohibit requiring people to join unions or pay dues. They effectively weaken unions and make them harder to form.
The judge ruled prosecutors' claims against President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner failed to meet standards for an investigation. She was accused of covering up Iran's alleged role in a bombing.
A Chicano band from East LA talks about inspiring positive change through music.