The study by top legal and economic scholars found the search engine giant knowingly buries its competitors. Google refutes the findings.
Jonathan Kozol looks back on the events he wrote about 50 years ago, in Death at an Early Age.
Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie launched his campaign for president in the gymnasium of his old high school.
A multimillion dollar experiment is underway in Los Angeles: using health care dollars to house people who are chronically homeless.
Graduated driver's licenses that impose restrictions like no driving at night have reduced crashes and deaths. But it looks like putting a learner sticker on teens' license plates doesn't help.
This month, very old songs from India and England rub shoulders with new sounds from Madagascar and Japan — along with one emerging Hawaiian hit, courtesy of Pixar and Disney.
A massive new anthology collects the impressive and varied work of the Montreal-based publisher Drawn And Quarterly, whose comics and graphic novels represent a deeply human kind of storytelling.
Bryan Stevenson of the Equal Justice Initiative recently launched an effort to mark where lynchings took place in the U.S.
In Illinois, that means some state workers could go without pay and some state services could be disrupted.
The governor wants creditors to postpone bond payments and restructure the U.S. territory's $72 billion in public debt.
New Jersey's Republican governor says he is ready "to fight for the people of the United States of America."
NPR's Frank Langfitt is offering free rides around Shanghai in exchange for stories about one of the world's most dynamic cities. In his latest installment, he meets a woman whose work surprises him.
Siri's elaborate reply easily surpasses the simple "Does not compute" with which robots in old sci-fi movies used to announce a bout of cognitive dissonance.
This week's All Songs Considered features our favorite music from debut albums released in the first half of 2015.
How certain words related to sexual behavior have shifted over the the past two centuries.
This term it was "ask the nearest hippie" and "what chumps!" Here are some other times phrases like that have added color to Supreme Court opinions.
Naomi Jackson's first novel follows a pair of Brooklyn sisters sent to live in their mother's small Barbados hometown. Critic Michael Schaub says "it's not a perfect book, but it's a lovely one."
They're called the New Jersey 4, a group of young women who were catcalled and allegedly attacked in New York. Why did they — and not their harasser — end up in jail? A new documentary digs in.
Former Gov. Jeb Bush, R-Fla., will release decades of tax returns Tuesday on the same day Hillary Clinton emails are set to be released and when Chris Christie announces his bid for president.
A crowd-funding effort to get the $1.8 billion Greece needs to make a loan payment to the International Monetary Fund has so far raised $124,569. Donors get gifts ranging from salads to gift baskets.