Silicon Valley's interns enjoy perk-filled summer
Water main break closes Cedar Point amusement park
Tony Awards will lean on songs and celebrities
French Open final: Djokovic wins 1st set vs Nadal
A private school in Malibu Canyon supported by director James Cameron and his wife is set to go vegan. Meanwhile, Congress is debating whether to delay healthy school lunch rules for the rest of us.
Sponsor Adidas concern at FIFA corruption claims
Clinton says she will decide 'when it feels right'
It's a captivating story: a young girl is abandoned deep in the forest and survives for years with only the help of monkeys. But can it be believed? Anthropologist Barbara J. King has her doubts.
Spain's king attends last parade before abdication
Three were killed during shootings across the city of Chicago on Friday and Saturday. Two officers were also hurt during the violence.
News Guide: Races that will decide Senate control
Voting trends undermine parties' Senate dreams
Meanwhile, during peace talks in Cuba the government and rebels have agreed to set up a truth commission to investigate the victims of the five-decade long conflict.
US values collided in Bergdahl's predicament
Tim Winton is one of Australia's most decorated literary novelists. Rachel Martin speaks to Winton about his new novel, Eyrie, where good struggles with evil.
Aaron Martin's poem, "Meth," won this year's poetry contest for youths serving time in correctional facilities. NPR's Rachel Martin speaks to Martin and his teacher, Kim DeForest.
Who should read YA? Journalist Ruth Graham thinks adults should be embarrassed to read young adult books. She speaks with NPR's Rachel Martin about the criticism she's received for writing that in Salon.com
Israeli and Palestinian presidents will meet at the Vatican on Sunday for an "intense prayer session" with Pope Francis. European correspondent Sylvia Poggioli sets the scene with NPR's Rachel Martin.
Soccer kicks off this week with a match between Brazil and Croatia. Authors of The Glorious World Cup, Alan Black and David Henry Sterry, speak to NPR's Rachel Martin about the most-watched sport in the world.