Tonight's debate comes as the Vermont senator is basking in an upset win in Michigan on Tuesday night. But the former secretary of state still has a big delegate lead.
Since the 1970s, the small harp has built international momentum in Celtic roots music.
The Minneapolis brothers show off their tight country harmonies live in the studio.
In the studio, the Beatles' longtime producer and arranger devised many of the band's signature sounds. He died Tuesday at age 90.
NPR's David Folkenflik spoke with the recently departed talk show host and with the president of MSNBC. Harris-Perry said her show was "taken"; her boss said it was "loved."
Volkswagen announced Wednesday that its top U.S. executive, Michael Horn, is stepping down, effective immediately. A statement from the company said the decision was reached by "mutual agreement."
Scientists uncover new evidence on how to prevent stillbirths, miscarriages and low-weight births associated with pregnant women with malaria.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke with NPR's Ari Shapiro.
The tests may violate a U.N. Security Council resolution barring Iran from test-firing missiles capable of carrying nuclear weapons. Iran says the missiles aren't designed for nukes.
The Pentagon says its forces could prevent dangerous attacks in Iraq if they knew where the stockpiles were. U.S. special operators are trying to capture some ISIS leaders alive for questioning.
Some 150,000 Afghan migrants arrived in Germany last year. But the Germans estimate more than half won't qualify for asylum. A small number have turned around and headed home.
As Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton meet in Miami tonight, questions over electability, delegates and enthusiasm are bound to come up.
In January, one person died and five others were hospitalized during a test of an experimental drug in western France. Scientists are still trying to figure out exactly what went wrong.