2 Ugandans go on trial over homosexual offenses
Gang-raped Indonesian woman faces public caning
Siemens CEO shakes up company to raise profits
Nintendo sinks to loss on lagging Wii U sales
It's been more than a week since the Donald Sterling scandal erupted. The NBA players union, legal experts and others say anything short of a Sterling exile could have long-term consequences.
President Obama is touting a government report on climate change. He's taking steps to limit the greenhouse gases that contribute to a warming planet, but he faces political heat on Capitol Hill.
Alibaba is the biggest e-commerce player in China. The Internet conglomerate has filed papers in the U.S. for what could be the biggest IPO ever.
South Africa is holding its fifth general election since the end of apartheid. This election marks 20 years since Nelson Mandela was elected and will be the first since his death. Renee Montagne to Verashni Pillay, associate editor for the Mail & Guardian in Johannesburg, for an election preview.
Primary season has begun. In North Carolina's Republican Senate primary, Tom Tillis the State House speaker, won a big enough margin to avoid a runoff. That was a good sign for Republicans who are trying to avoid the mistakes of the past two election cycles.
Renee Montagne and Steve Inskeep have the Last Word in business.
Steve Inskeep talks to Matthew Bishop, finance editor of "The Economist," about Nigeria's economy. The biggest country in Africa has also just become the continent's largest economy. And this week, against the backdrop of the kidnapping of school girls by insurgents, the World Economic Forum on Africa is meeting in Nigeria's capital, Abuja, for the first time.
In the video, a skateboarder rides through Christie's warehouse and galleries. But will the new approach attract the sort of collectors who spend millions on a piece of art?
Steve Inskeep talks to Syrian journalist Obadah Al-Kaddri about being named one of Time magazine's top 100 influential people. Al-Kaddri is director of Radio Watan, a pirate station heard in Syria.
Between 2009 and 2013, 53 people have died and nearly 3,000 injured in roadwork zones in Missouri. The state is testing long range acoustic devices to audibly alert distracted drivers of work zones.
Renee Montagne talks to Michelle Faul, the Nigeria bureau chief for The Associated Press, on the latest regarding the abductions of Nigerian schoolgirls by the Boko Haram terror group.