The next leader of the Senate's Democrats, New York's Chuck Schumer, says he won't vote for President Obama's Iran deal. It's a big blow coming from the most influential Jewish voice in Congress.
"Shaun the Sheep," a character from the stop-motion animation films, now has his own movie — an absurd and unstoppably amusing feature, says NPR's critic.
Not too long ago, a New York taxi medallion was worth more than a million dollars. Gene Friedman managed to buy more than 1,000. But that was before Uber, and now people like Friedman face bankruptcy.
This week jurors heard victim impact statements from family members of the 12 people James Holmes killed in an Aurora, Colo., movie theater. They start death penalty deliberations today.
Since officer Darren Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., police have found themselves under lots of scrutiny. The most immediate effect has been widespread adoption of body cameras.
After Michael Brown's death, there was optimism about broad change within the city — and the St. Louis region. But a year later there's concern that the promised public policy push might never happen.
Airstrikes have helped push back the Islamic State in some places, but the group has gained in other areas. Pentagon officials say the U.S. operation may need another two years or more to succeed.
In the prime-time Republican presidential debate Thursday, the candidates bragged about their records as governors and in the private sector, but the facts didn't always add up.
The debate was full of tough questions and tense exchanges. The most memorable one was unexpectedly about the Patriot Act.
Sen. Chuck Schumer, one of small group of undecided Democrats being courted by the Obama administration, has decided he can't support the nuclear-control agreement.
It has many names: Montezuma's Revenge. Delhi Belly. And there are about as many misconceptions about traveler's diarrhea as there are names for it. We're here to explain what actually will help.
With the very first question, Donald Trump says he won't pledge that he will support the eventual GOP nominee and leaves open the possibility of running as an independent.
See under the skirt of one party princess, who makes the birthday girls of Los Angeles very happy.
Umm Sayyaf has been transferred from U.S. custody to the Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government's Ministry of Interior.
Despite a likable cast, the latest incarnation of the Marvel supergroup is needlessly dour.
Diablo Cody and Jonathan Demme offer a lovable portrait of a singer and guitarist in a better-than-average bar band.
Nutritionists say the vast majority of Americans don't eat the two recommended servings of seafood a week. What to do about it? Educate people on how to fit more fish in to their diet.
Epidemiologist Gary Slutkin has taken the lessons he's learned fighting TB and HIV/AIDS and applied them to stop the spread of gun violence. Because like those diseases, violence is contagious.
Last year, many businesses in Ferguson, Mo., were looted and vandalized in unrest that gripped the city. Customers are starting to return, but some owners don't feel positive about staying here.