NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Kaye Carver Collins about the long history she and her family has with a program called Foxfire that works to preserve the mountain culture of Rabun County, Georgia.
The revelation that Donna Brazile, while a CNN commentator, shared CNN debate questions in advance to Hillary Clinton's campaign demonstrates how deeply the cable TV paid pundit model is broken.
A Cubs fan and an Indians fan make their cases for why you should be pulling for their teams Wednesday night in the deciding Game 7 of the World Series.
Establishment Republicans in Ohio, Attorney General Mike DeWine, National Committeewoman Jo Ann Davidson and Franklin County GOP Chair Doug Preisse, consider the future of the GOP.
In the two months since historic floods hit the greater Baton Rouge, La., area, recovery has begun. There has also been an increase in requests for free legal aid. Laura Tuggle of Southeast Louisiana Legal Services says her organization has seen an increase in landlord-tenant disputes, contractor fraud cases and requests to help prove ownership.
President Obama is campaigning in North Carolina Wednesday in a final push to turn out support for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Police in Iowa have arrested a suspect in the ambush-style fatal shooting of two police officers in the Des Moines area. The same man, Scott Michael Greene, was asked to leave a high school football game a few weeks ago after waiving the Confederate flag during the national anthem.
President Obama says the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is considering rerouting the Dakota Access Pipeline to address Native American concerns.
The honorees also include the survivor of the Stanford sexual assault, the Yazidi human rights activist Nadia Murad and three female founders of the Black Lives Matter movement.
"There's an obligation for authorities to show restraint," in their handling of people protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline, President Obama said in an interview with the news organization Now This.
Federal Reserve policymakers finished meeting Wednesday, less than a week before Election Day. They left interest rates unchanged but said the case for more expensive loans is strengthening.
In some corners, it's being panned like so much scampi. Others say they can't wait to buy a team jersey. An anti-shrimp petition has been started.
The candidates diverge sharply on Obamacare but both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump see opportunities to improve health care through the tax code.
Norwegian singer Aurora talks about her love of heavy metal, Leonard Cohen and how intuition guides her songwriting.
The comic initially avoided joking about politics on The Late Show for fear that he would fall into his Colbert Report persona. He says, "Now, I have no qualms about being sharp and satirical."