Officials in Fort Bragg also ordered restaurants to serve water to customers only upon request. As part of a Stage 3 water emergency, things like washing cars using city water are prohibited, too.
Saudi Arabia's government is hosting Ahmed and his father for an umrah – a pilgrimage to Mecca. He'll also visit relatives in Jeddah.
The new Hulu comedy-drama gets much of its power from veteran actress Michaela Watkins' smart performance as a newly separated woman who moves in with her emotionally underdeveloped brother.
Scientists have tried for years to grow artificial kidneys in the lab. They've gotten a bit closer by using stem cells to create an "organoid" much like a fetal kidney. But it's missing key parts.
Harvesting grapes usually takes thousands of workers. But a new raisin grape variety bred in Central California could dramatically cut down on the need for labor.
When Silento's infectious song "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)" came over the loudspeakers during a game in Milford, Mass., some pint-sized players held their positions, others let the rhythm take over.
The U.S. airstrike on a hospital has shown the military is still deeply involved in Afghanistan's war. The U.S. has flown more than 3,300 sorties and fired on the enemy more than 600 times this year.
Having police, school nurses, drug users and family equipped with kits to reverse an overdose saves lives, doctors say. But reversing addiction requires follow-up care that many users aren't getting.
The vinegar and fruit syrup can be made into a refreshing drink – or even used in sweet and savory dishes.
Smith follows up to her National Book Award-winning memoir, Just Kids, with another memoir, M Train. Critic Maureen Corrigan says it is a haunting story about weathering life's storms.
Son of Saul, set in a Nazi death camp in 1944, won the Grand Prix at this year's Cannes Film Festival. Director László Nemes and star Géza Röhrig discuss the film with Fresh Air's Terry Gross.
Howard "Flagga" Duperly shares a number of artists catching his attention, from Ghana's Rocky Dawuni to British ska group The Dualers.
In the midst of contract negotiations with Fiat Chrysler, the United Auto Workers union is threatening to go on strike.
Typically, fans catch balls inside the park. But on the banks of the Allegheny River, Pirates fan Pete Schell has caught hundreds of balls.
President Obama also joined the fray, calling on Americans to band together to make a big difference.
Irrepressible Foxygen drummer Shaun Fleming has his own '70s-inspired solo project.
The wave of migrants trying to reach the U.S. hasn't stopped. But in a major change, Mexico is rounding them up and sending them home before the reach the U.S. border.
Americans of the past were fascinated by luxurious dining experiences — or at least by the tales of such extravagant exploits.
California wineries use between 2.5 to 6 gallons of water to make a gallon of wine, not including irrigation water and other needs. But drought is forcing the industry to conserve in new ways.
Maris Kreizman's clever, slyly provocative book suggests that what we think of as art and what we think of as entertainment have much to say to each other.