The Drug Enforcement Agency has confirmed Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was recaptured, seven months after he escaped from prison.
Nearly six months after his most recent escape from a maximum security prison in Mexico, drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman has been caught, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto announced.
The Super Bowl is just weeks away but the security preparations at Levi's Stadium have been going on for more than two years.
Columnist Timothy Egan spent years covering the American West for The New York Times. He shares his take on the land dispute.
Five years after the congresswoman was shot, the neurosurgeon who operated on her discusses her surgery and rehabilitation.
King, who recently received a Kennedy Center Lifetime Artistic Achievement Award, says the thrill of hearing one of her songs on the radio "doesn't go away." Originally broadcast April 11, 2012.
The Queen of Soul, who recently brought down the house at the Kennedy Center with the hit "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman," spoke to Fresh Air's Terry Gross about her life and music in 1999.
The missile arrived in Cuba in 2014; since then, U.S. requests for its return have gone unheeded.
The final debates of 2015 focused on terrorism and ISIS, but it's difficult to find specifics on what the candidates are proposing.
A murky system of rules allows players disqualified for concussions to play elsewhere, according to a STAT investigation.
A turbulent week on the stock market ended with a positive jobs report. The unemployment rate held steady at 5 percent.
Some discoveries, like ancient paintings inside European caves and 8,000-year-old patterns seen only from the air in Kazakhstan, leave us to wonder about our ancestors' intentions, says Alva Noë.
The new Netflix documentary series has garnered a huge following, and prompted a petition to pardon Steve Avery.
A few things change when the pot's that big, says economist Victor Matheson. More people play, of course – and maybe they should.