NPR previews the Libertarian Party's national convention, which will be held in Florida this weekend. At a time when many voters are unhappy with the choice between Republican and Democratic White House hopefuls, the Libertarian ticket could warrant a second look.
Alabama has hit the trifecta of political scandal. Three top elected officials — one from each branch of government — are embroiled in controversy and could be forced from office.
Early last year, the Obama administration pledged to reform the civil asset forfeiture system, by which police can seize and keep suspicious assets without having to convict anyone of a crime. Critics of that system say the reforms haven't changed much.
NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with our regular political commentators, E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post and the Brookings Institution and David Brooks of The New York Times. They discuss the presidential race and President Obama's visit to Hiroshima, Japan.
A retirement-home dinner became quite an event for Henry Heimlich. The 96-year-old is famous for inventing a technique to help people who are choking, but he had never performed it himself.
Hillary Clinton could lose California's primary on June 7 and still win the Democratic nomination, but she and Bernie Sanders are campaigning hard there, hoping to close out the season on a high note.
The past three hurricane seasons have been considered below normal, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says. This season, NOAA predicts about four to eight hurricanes in the Atlantic.
The news follows revelations last week that retested samples from 31 athletes in the 2008 Beijing Games had suspicious results.
The Committee to Protect Journalists confronted a "Kafka-esque" process — put off for years, then blocked by countries including China, which it calls the biggest jailer of journalists in the world.
We found no "pay for play" but the disclosure process broke down.
We hear sabiduría, or words of wisdom, from Antena (Antenna) Los Ángeles. They do interpretation and translation work, aimed at achieving justice through language.
The co-director of the Minions movie talks about how he developed the Minions' language. He also answers a question that has been haunting our producer: Are the Minions Latino?
In the Catalán feast of Sant Jordi, people celebrate a saint's feast by exchanging books and roses. Laura Calçada reports.
In California, a community college professor creates a class for day laborers in a Home Depot parking lot.
Latinos who are deaf may feel the need to make a choice between two identities, since sign language is in English. But some deaf Latinos are trying to meld both cultures.
Members of the Latino USA staff talk about their favorite Spanglish words, and lexicographer Ilan Stavans talks about the role of Spanglish in American culture.
It takes an IndyCar pit crew about seven seconds to replace four tires and refuel. It's high stakes on race day and a lot can go wrong in the pits. One misstep can cost a race — or worse.
The company announced earlier this year that it's planning to pour $6 billion into original programming in 2016.
Charisma is a crucial component of a politician's appeal to voters. But there's more than one way to inspire confidence.
Silicon Valley companies are getting more and more involved in the internet's infrastructure.