Hillary Clinton's biggest demographic weakness in the primary race has been appealing to white men. This is also a major challenge for the Democratic party overall.
"Cleaning Your City" is a radio show in Afghanistan where the hosts field complaints from citizens, and call people in power to fix the problems. NPR's Melissa Block talks to co-host Massood Sanjer.
Lee Sedol has lost three games in a row to Google's AlphaGo program, which means the program has officially defeated the human. Sedol said the pressure was intense, and he felt "powerless."
Erin Andrews' lawsuit against a stalker has prompted other women sportscasters to talk about the security risks they face. Fox Sports reporter Laura Okmin shares what measures she takes to feel safe.
In countries like Bangladesh and Egypt, they tried it. And they didn't like it. South Africa, on the other hand, is thinking about it.
What do Allen Iverson, Tuscan wine and income inequality in Boston have in common? They're all on the #NPRreads list this weekend!
Pat Barker's latest novel completes the trilogy she began with Life Class. Her first foray into the World War II era is rich with evocative language, though it occasionally verges on soap opera.
In Adam Grant's book, Originals, he writes that taking risks and embracing curiosity can lead to original ideas. So how can teachers and parents use his findings to help their kids be more creative?
In Kutztown, Pa., school nurses stock naloxone to treat heroin overdoses. "Kids aren't afraid of it," a guidance counselor says. "It's available and it's cheap."
Sen. Marco Rubio's presidential ambitions come down to a win in his home state of Florida. But his rival Donald Trump began creating a Florida operation months ago.
The candidates say they want to leave Social Security as it is for people who are already retired, or soon will be. But Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz have proposed changes for younger workers.
The folk group performs the title track and "thesis statement" of its new album for Folk Alley.
Agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Homeland Security Investigations seized two ancient sandstone statues just days before they were scheduled to go to auction.
It seems the entire Internet is doing it now. But Trump isn't the first politician to be compared to the Nazi, and he probably won't be the last.
Scuffles between Trump backers and protesters in the arena led to the cancellation of the event, and followed episodes of tension and violence this week in Missouri, Florida and North Carolina.
"Thank you very much for your attendance and please go in peace," the Trump campaign said in a statement after dozens of protesters clashed with supporters into
A Donald Trump campaign rally at the University of Illinois in Chicago was postponed Friday night after protesters clashed inside and outside the event.
Hillary Clinton apologized after she called the late Nancy Reagan a "very effective, low-key" advocate on HIV/AIDS awareness, when in fact she and her husband were criticized for not doing enough.
The primaries and caucuses in big, important states hold more than 1,000 delegates and could essentially determine the nominees of both parties.
Recently returned from a historic 340-day off-planet mission, Kelly announced Friday he will retire from NASA on April 1, but still continue to participate in research related to his experiment.