NPR Politics Editor Charlie Mahtesian fills us in on the newest members of Congress, as well as what's on the agenda for 2015.
We revisit our July conversation with Patricia Arquette, star of Boyhood, now nominated for five Golden Globe awards.
The Massachusetts Republican died on Saturday at the age of 95. We take a look back at his life.
The Irish singer-songwriter discusses making music again after an eight-year break from recording.
Serbia may be heading toward EU membership, but its capital still offers striking reminders of a more turbulent recent past.
A judge's decision paves the way for same-sex couples in Miami-Dade County to marry, starting at 2 p.m. In the rest of the state, gay couples can get married at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday.
Lots of children have smartphones tucked under the pillow or on the nightstand. That may be enough to compromise sleep and make children feel less rested, a study finds.
Increased hiring and high rents could make this a banner year for homebuying. But a looming decision by the Federal Reserve could scare off potential buyers and disrupt the housing recovery.
A combination of political instability in Greece, possible quantitative easing in the eurozone and a stronger dollar are all pushing the common European currency lower.
The all-male Dublin quartet plays aggressive pop that can sound like chainsaws attacking a DJ rig. Watch the group perform "Lawman" at Kex Hostel in Reykjavik during the Iceland Airwaves festival.
Gov. Chris Christie made news over the weekend because of his awkward hug with Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. He says he'd take the ribbing if it means more Cowboys victories.
Comedian and actor Patton Oswalt recounts his movie addiction in the memoir Silver Screen Fiend, which finds its best stories away from the theater.