As Milwaukee residents cope with two nights of protests after a police shooting of a suspect they say was armed, NPR looks at the history of tension between police there and the minority community.
As part of our series on unusual summer festivals, NPR travels to Austria for the World Bodypainting Festival, where artists use brushes, sprays and sponges on human canvases.
In historically dry California, fire crews are struggling to contain wildfires that have destroyed an untold number of homes and businesses.
Abner Garcia, a 23-year-old Army veteran, was killed in a shooting in Chicago on Saturday. He was working with a YMCA mentoring program called Urban Warriors, designed to help kids affected by violence. NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Eddie Bocanegra, founder of Urban Warriors and director of the program at the Chicago YMCA.
GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump delivered a speech about national security and terrorism at Youngstown State University in Ohio Monday.
J.J. Sutherland and Chris Suellentrop of the podcast Shall We Play a Game? share their first impressions of Hello Games' new wide-open universe game, No Man's Sky.
Donald Trump is raising questions about the integrity of the voting process. Widespread doubt of presidential election results could have major implications for the constitutional transfer of power.
Born in Arkansas around 1866, Mary Mann Hamilton was one of the first women to homestead in the Mississippi Delta. Critic Maureen Corrigan calls her memoir a historical and literary treasure.
During the Depression, cheap, nutritious and filling food was prioritized — often at the expense of taste. Jane Ziegelman and Andy Coe, authors of A Square Meal, discuss food trends of the time.
Watch the invigorating, genre-busting bandleader, drummer, singer and rapper perform four songs — three from this year's Malibu, plus one surprising audience request.
Here & Now's Karyn Miller-Medzon is part of a group of runners trekking through the Andes Mountains to get to the ancient Inca citadel.
The main character in his book, "True Believers," struggles with Type 1 diabetes, as does Andersen.
As Donald Trump speaks about his plans to combat terrorism, we wanted to take a look at two words you'll probably hear: Sharia law. It's become so scary to many Americans that lawmakers in some states have tried to pass laws banning it.
A study found that behavioral problems were more common among the children of women who took acetaminophen during pregnancy. But interpreting the results isn't as straightforward as you might expect.
Trump’s staff is pointing to negative press coverage as proof the media is biased against the campaign.
More than 20,000 people have been rescued from the floodwaters. The state's governor describes the flooding as "unprecedented," and authorities are warning that waters could rise more in some areas.
Trump says he wants to spend twice as much as Clinton, touting spending that has typically been popular on the left.
"The suggestion that I accepted cash payments is unfounded, silly, and nonsensical," Paul Manafort said after The New York Times reported $12.7 million listed in a political party's "black ledger."
The disorder began Saturday, hours after a black police officer shot and killed another black man, believed to have been fleeing and armed.