The comic recently played out his own fictional relapse on his IFC show, Maron. He says relapse is "a very real fear of mine. I'm glad it happened in fiction and not in real life."
On this week's episode we've got one of the sunniest bands of all time, mesmerizing music from the Sahara and an elegy to growing old.
A woman who says Cosby assaulted her 12 years ago did not appear in court, but a statement she gave in 2005 was read aloud. A judge decided there was enough evidence to move the case forward.
Have you ever shown up for a 10 o'clock meeting at 10 o'clock and found that no one else was there?
Mark Oppenheimer was surprised to find how the scandal impacted those involved, almost 60 years later.
Reporters can now get training on how to avoid dangerous situations, and what to do if they are in one.
Migrants have been stranded at the makeshift Idomeni camp since March.
The podcast industry's first audience ranker is an excitin, important inflection point in the audio-on-demand evolution. Gina Garrubbo, CEO of NPR's sponsorship team, explains the promise it holds.
Summer is almost here and you need summer jams. Time to get shakin' to Drag Sounds, with its key phrase, "Let's have a beer, and be here!"
Facebook later reversed its decision to ban the advertisement, which was posted by an Australian feminist group.
Three of Alabama's top elected officials are in political hot water.
There are between 7,000 and 10,000 people living without shelter in the city, many of them living in tents on the streets.
The deal follows other blockbuster agreements struck by Nike with Ohio State and the University of Texas.
The small donkeys are federally protected animals, but cause problems like digging up plants and walking on highways.
Tony Nong has seen firsthand how the country has changed since the Fall of Saigon in 1975.
The bill deals with how the U.S. regulates chemicals found in common household products, from shampoo to couch cushions.
Long lines at airports across the country have drawn anger from stranded passengers and irate congressmen alike.
The search is part of an inquiry launched in June 2015 into possible tax evasion and money laundering, according to French prosecutors.
With fewer U.S. troops, there's less need to treat combat trauma at the Bagram Air Base hospital. But civilian casualties continue. A surgeon at Bagram has been trying to save an injured girl's leg.
Veterans can visit 14 CVS MinuteClinics in the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento, Calif., for simple care, lab tests and prescriptions. Will the experiment work well enough to go nationwide?