Slain Alaska troopers remembered in memorial
Remote-controlled research sub lost in Pacific
LeBron ready to watch Johnny Football in Cleveland
Austrian drag queen wins Eurovision song contest
Touchy subject: Hit or error when easy ball drops?
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The backlash against this year's winner, who performed in drag, highlights a rift between Europe's liberal side and the traditional values of Russia and other nations taking part.
In the seventh round of the NFL draft, the St. Louis Rams have picked Michael Sam, paving the way for him to be the first openly gay player in the league.
Spieth goes bogey-free and ties Kaymer at Players
Pagenaud stretches fuel to win on Indy road course
Clippers focus on trying to stop rest of Thunder
Dozens of protesters ride in off-limits canyon
As testing for doping in sports becomes more sophisticated, so do the drugs. Looking at the recent history of cycling can make you wonder how many cheaters continue to slip by undetected.
College basketball staffer official was on balloon
Premier League ends with 10 simultaneous TV games
Hip-hop pair Atmosphere has a new album out called Southsiders. NPR's Arun Rath talks with MC Sean Daley, aka Slug, who's led the duo for nearly 20 years.
Tensions are mounting in the South China Sea, where this week a Chinese ship collided with a Vietnamese ship, and Philippine police arrested Chinese fishermen for allegedly hunting protected sea turtles. NPR's Arun Rath speaks with Frank Langfitt about the events and China's increasing influence in the area.
On Friday, the Syrian government evacuated the last of the rebel fighters from Homs, following a cease-fire agreement. NPR's Arun Rath speaks with Nabih Bulos, a special correspondent for the Los Angeles Times.
America's first transcontinental railroad was completed with a golden spike 145 years ago. Thousands of Chinese workers helped build it, but their faces were left out of the photos taken that day.