The Alameda County sheriff says it's a miracle that no passengers or first responders were killed, after a train hit a tree.
The NFL team is holding tryouts, and it's recruiting in Argentina, Colombia, Mexico and Brazil. In Rio de Janeiro, 300 women tried out — 6 Brazilian winners go to Miami for the finals.
More than 300 delegates are at stake. Michigan is the state to watch. Sanders has a chance to start to reverse the narrative — and Trump needs to quell conversation of a brokered convention.
Turkey's prime minister surprised European Union leaders at a summit in Brussels by linking progress in Turkey's application to join the E.U. to assisting Europe with the migrant crisis.
Of the states holding primary contests on Tuesday, Michigan is the biggest. On the Republican side, Donald Trump has been steadily leading in the polls. Ted Cruz and John Kasich have been rallying their supports in hopes of making a strong than expected showing.
The Pentagon says the U.S. military conducted airstrikes against the militant Islamist group al Shabaab in Somalia — killing at least 150 militants. It's believed that members were planning a large-scale attack. Steve Inskeep talks to counter-terrorism specialist Seth Jones of the Rand Corporation about U.S. interests in Somalia.
Verizon has agreed to pay a fine over allegations it did not tell customers it was adding "supercookies." Those trackers keep collecting data on users even when he or she tries to delete all cookies.
Renee Montagne explores the plight of Syrian refugees with Ramadan Assi, director of Global Strategy for International Medical Corps in Turkey. His aid organization is assisting the two-and-a-half million Syrians who have ended up in Turkey.
More than half of asylum-seekers arriving in Greece are women and children. Many are the wives and children of refugees already in northern European countries that have now stalled family reunification visas due to rising anti-migrant sentiment.
For a closer look at how both candidates may appeal to African-American voters, Renee Montagne talks to Democratic political consultant Jamal Simmons.
One of the states voting Tuesday is Mississippi, where Donald Trump is looking for the kind of success he's had elsewhere in the Deep South. Ted Cruz would like to chip away at Trump's delegate lead.
For an update on what food and medical aid is reaching the most desperate areas of Syria, Renee Montagne talks to the World Food Program's Jakob Kern in Damascus.
Steve Inskeep talks to Dartmouth Economist Douglas Irwin about the perceptions and realities of trade policy in the current political primary season.
Finances are one of the things most likely to cause discord in a relationship, whether you're just starting out or have been together for years. Here are some ways to avoid common conflicts.
In Ohio, the GOP has reached out to black communities. But those very modest gains may not last amidst the rhetorical fireworks of the 2016 campaign.
Parks are expensive for obvious reasons: visitor centers need displays and roads need repairs — but there's also upkeep of the Grand Canyon's sewage operations and of Independence Hall's sprinklers.
The Motion Picture and Television Fund is home to 200-plus residents who once worked on screen, behind cameras and in production rooms and secretarial pools.
South Sudan faces huge challenges, including a lingering civil war, hyper-inflation and a food crisis that humanitarian groups say could be catastrophic.
Reagan red is on display at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery which is honoring Nancy Reagan, who died on Sunday at age 94.