Four teams remain in the battle to crown a World Series champion. So it's a natural time for Stephen Thompson and Gene Demby to discuss the songs you hear when different players get up to bat.
Proceeds go to the Western National Parks Association, which hopes the naming rights will "break the stigma against the moth."
It's long been established that poor and minority children do better in integrated classrooms. But there's more and more to suggest that the benefits spread to all students.
The Kennedy Center presented the comedian with the Mark Twain Prize on Sunday. While honored, Murphy did jokingly point out one thing: "Usually when there's a prize, there's money."
Canadians cast votes for parliament Monday, after an 11-week campaign. It's the longest in Canada's modern history — and one of the most contentious. CBC's John Northcott explains what's at play.
In Maine, where every newborn gets an automatic $500 grant towards a college education, one family had taken full advantage of the state's generous college savings initiatives.
U.S. and Russia are in talks with the goal of avoiding confrontations between in Syrian airspace. (Ret.) Air Force General David Deptula explains how these two can work together.
What's believed to be the earliest known draft of the King James Bible, which is often called the most widely read work in English, has been found in an archive at Cambridge. Scholar Jeffrey Miller of Montclair State University in New Jersey made the discovery.
Congress returns this week and Republicans will take up the unresolved matter Speaker John Boehner's successor. And Hillary Clinton will go before the House Benghazi Committee. Cokie Roberts explains.
Many groups are battling for control of Syria's second largest city. The Free Syrian Army has its main headquarters here. Middle East analyst Andrew Tabler explains the strategic importance of Aleppo.
GOP presidential candidates spoke about faith and politics at a Dallas-area megachurch on Sunday. The event reaffirmed that those voters' and their issues will matter in this election.
In Nigeria, the Islamist group Boko Haram has turned to using young female suicide bombers. Mausi Segun, of Human Rights Watch, discusses why the extremist group is using these young girls.
Last year, public health officials were taken by surprise when new strains of the flu virus appeared. Not so this year and they advise everyone six months or older to get vaccinated against the flu.
David Greene revisits his 2011 trip to Libya and the period following the fall of Moammar Ghaddafi, to try to understand how the revolution unexpectedly gave way to the Islamic State's incursion.
Israel tightened security around neighborhoods in east Jerusalem after a series of deadly attacks. At least nine Israelis and more than 40 Palestinians have been killed in the past five weeks.
Childhood is a time of pretend play, fantasy lands and make-believe. But Tania Lombrozo explores a study showing when factual stories are pitted against fictional tales, kids lean toward the real.
The TV show, set in a New York City hospital in the early 1900s, depicts turn-of-the-century medicine in grisly detail. Stars Clive Owen and Andre Holland say there's no nostalgia involved.
High fees are eroding the retirement savings of millions of Americans, but employers who shop around can find better options for their 401(k) plans. A small Minnesota firm offers a dramatic example.
Finding a good financial adviser can be tricky. Their investing strategy, fees and how they charge them come into play. Wharton economics professor Kent Smetters offers tips on selecting an adviser.