Poland's Walesa says the US no longer world leader
Photos from childhood can often elicit rich memories — even when we can't truly remember the event. We asked you to share your favorite #fakememory on Instagram; this is what you told us.
Amazon is making it harder for customers to get books published by Hachette and its imprints. Amazon wants deeper discounts on the publisher's books; Hachette is balking. So if you go to the online retailer looking for, say, the new J.K. Rowling mystery, Amazon tells you the hardcover is currently unavailable.
Conor Oberst, the singer, songwriter and leader of the trailblazing band Bright Eyes, has a new solo album. Critic Tom Moon thinks Upside Down Mountain is his most intimate and engaging work in years.
The United States is not mad about soccer but it has some pretty dedicated fans — and they're up in arms over news that player Landon Donovan will not be going to the World Cup.
Tens of thousands have been protesting in Sao Paulo over World Cup projects that have left many homeless. There, and in Rio de Janeiro, transit and teachers' strikes have erupted. The unrest comes just weeks before hundreds of thousands of visitors are expected for the World Cup.
Descendants of the king had sued to block his burial in Leicester Cathedral, arguing his roots were in York. But a court ruled Friday his remains can stay in the city where they were found in 2012.
Some elements of the Tea Party would like to see John Boehner ousted from his position as House Speaker. Even so, Boehner insists there isn't much difference between the Tea Party and Republicans.
Artist and producer Rachel Faro discusses one of her heroes, Juan Formell. He led the Cuban band Los Van Van up until his death earlier this month.
US new-home sales rose 6.4 percent in April
UN: Iran cuts uranium closest to nuke-arms grade
AP Source: Sterling surrendering Clippers control
Nouvelle Wag: "White God" wins Cannes' Palm Dog
US suspends $3.5M in military aid to Thailand
Galchenyuk nets OT goal, Canadiens top Rangers 3-2
In an attempt to improve Italy's debt ratio, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi says the country will include illegal drug sales and prostitution when it figures its gross domestic product.
Willis shot eight Woody Allen films and the entire Godfather trilogy. He died Sunday at 82. Willis spoke to Fresh Air's Terry Gross in 2002.