In the final stretch of the Democratic primary, Hillary Clinton is campaigning as hard as ever even as some of her supporters are peering at the finish line with a sense of history and emotion.
He's the child of Pakistani immigrants, the son of a bus driver, a human rights lawyer — and London's first Muslim mayor. Sadiq Khan's election flies in the face of rising anti-Muslim and anti-migrant sentiment, and folks in his southeast London neighborhood are thrilled. His next test will be trying to push through his ambitious platform of affordable housing and better public transport in a time of spending cuts.
NPR photojournalist David Gilkey was killed Sunday along with NPR's Afghan interpreter, journalist Zabihullah Tamanna, while the two were on assignment in southern Afghanistan.
"I'm a manager. I am in the service industry. The service industry. I'm Midas f****** Muffler."
Waldon has become a key player in the East Nashville music community by penning songs that capture the heartland through twentysomething eyes.
Rudin, who started in theater age 15, owes a lot to the producers who taught him his craft. "They were giants," he says. All five of Rudin's current shows have been nominated for Tony Awards.
In his new book, journalist Roger Thurow chronicles the obstacles that women around the globe face in raising healthy babies.
He was a great athlete and humanitarian. He was also a symbol of defiance for black men around the world.
They are the two largest economies in the world, and increasingly interdependent. But as leaders gather for high-level talks in Beijing, tensions have flared on several fronts.
The music on John-Rodgers' new album, Nashville Demos, ranges from grunge to alt-country.
"The Louisville Lip" was famously as fast with his words as with his fists — years before the birth of hip hop, he was a battle rapper flipping similes and metaphors in a language all his own.
In what may have been the most comfortable day in the history of NPR Music, Iron & Wine's frontman performs three songs with the charming, inventive singer Jesca Hoop.
The speech reveals some of Clinton's early thoughts on politics and the political process as she attempts find a a balance between idealism and practicality.
Voters took a dim view of a plan that would have mandated a basic monthly income for all of Switzerland's 8.1 million residents, regardless of employment status.
Latinos are skeptical and even hostile towards the candidacy of Donald Trump, but he insists he'll win their votes.