The attacks began a national debate on terrorism, Muslim immigration and gun control.
In May, Trump said Gov. Susana Martinez was "not doing her job." But last Thursday, Trump said he'd like her endorsement.
On this week's show: Songs about facing fears, being true to yourself and not worrying what everyone else thinks, plus an interview with singer Angel Olsen about her surprising new single.
Most genetic studies only look at people of European descent. But black and Hispanic children are far more likely to die of asthma, and genetic differences may help explain why.
Kerrey's appointment to Fulbright University Vietnam has angered some Vietnamese.
Donald Trump is unlikely to change course, according to a senior campaign source. The presumptive GOP nominee urged allies to keep pressure on Gonzalo Curiel and the press in a conference call Monday.
Tech workers, concerned about free trade with China, immigration and education, are keeping a close eye on the 2016 election.
Security lapses led to two convicted murderers digging their way out of a maximum security prison in upstate New York last summer.
How will 19-year-old Amina Ali Nkeki remake her life? The experiences of former captives suggest what might help — and what will not.
The three-day auction of more than 2,000 items started Tuesday in London. The soccer star says he will donate a portion of the proceeds to a children's hospital in Brazil.
Gray Davis was recalled in 2003 and replaced by Arnold Schwarzenegger, whose name recognition and celebrity helped fuel his rise.
The veteran folksinger is joined by one of her favorite songwriters, live on stage in West Virginia.
Why don't traditional diets work for many people? Blame your brain, suggests Sandra Aamodt. Her new book delves into the science of why eating and weight have become such a sizable problem.
Yaa Gyasi's debut short story collection begins in 18th century Ghana, where the slave trade separates two half sisters. Critic Maureen Corrigan calls Homecoming a strong work with versatile language.
Researchers report that performance standards set by federal health officials may have led to many patients being dropped from transplant lists without an improvement in survival rates.
Slice parlayed videos of his street fights into a career as an MMA fighter. He reportedly died Monday at a Florida hospital of as-yet-undisclosed causes.
Recent presidents, and Obama in particular, have increasingly appointed federal judges who are not white men.
Tamanna died on Sunday, along with NPR photojournalist David Gilkey, when the Afghan convoy they were traveling in was attacked by Taliban fighters.