The Masters is underway in Augusta, Georgia, the NFL has hired its first-ever female official and the NBA playoffs are approaching.
The Boston Marathon bombing trial now moves into the second phase, after Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was convicted on all 30 charges.
A group called First Generation Low Income Partnership is helping to make sure low-income Columbia students don't go hungry.
The bill would eliminate waivers for religious and personal beliefs, and only allow exemptions for children with health problems.
Alt.Latino spins essential Latin soul records and showcases new artists who are continuing the tradition in Puerto Rico, Colombia, Miami and points beyond.
An inquiry exonerated Michael Slager of claims he used excessive force against an unarmed man he thought was a suspect. Slager was charged with murder this week for killing an unarmed man.
A sister act with a bluegrass past, the Atlanta band now plays raucous Southern rock as a duo.
Chaz Bundick and his psych-pop band perform a perfect springtime jam called "Empty Nesters."
Attendees with permits can carry guns at the convention hall in Nashville, Tenn., but not at an arena across the street. Firing pins will be removed from display guns – just like at other gun shows.
Watch the NPR videos that made the ballot to win Webby Awards this year and learn how to cast your vote for "The People's Voice" award. Voting open now through April 27, 2015.
The national recall covers several products with a "best by" date of May 11 or May 15. The products are predominantly the "Classic" variety of the hummus, in a range of sizes.
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