In the bombshell finale Sunday night of HBO's six-part documentary "The Jinx," the film's subject, Robert Durst, appeared to confess to several murders.
A Pew Research Center study finds that while most are aware of government surveillance programs after Edward Snowden's revelations, many have not changed their behavior to protect their privacy.
Mexico has opened up its oil and gas fields to foreign investors. But they're slow to enter, as low oil prices, drug violence and other challenges trump the lure of a vast and undeveloped shale bed.
Terry Pratchett wrote so many books that it can be hard to know where to start, especially with the lengthy Discworld series. Critic Tasha Robinson says there's really no wrong place to dive in.
Before the wide-ranging band plays its four-song set, the audience sings "Happy Birthday" to mandolinist Chris Thile.
HBO's docu-series The Jinx ended Sunday with murder suspect Robert Durst seeming to admit guilt. NPR TV Critic Eric Deggans says that moment may also have created a TV genre with its own set of rules.
The percentage of people without health insurance has dropped to 13.2 percent from 20.2 percent in 2012, according to federal officials. The uptick in coverage has been biggest for Latinos.
Hear music by Digitalism, Purity Ring, Kygo and more in a two-hour EDM mix by KCRW's Jason Bentley.
The American patient, whose identity hasn't been publicly released, was taken to the National Institutes of Health's Clinical Center last week, after contracting Ebola in Sierra Leone.
NPR's Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep comments on his visits to Israel and Iran -- on the eve of the Israeli parliamentary election.
The REAL ID Act of 2005 is an anti-terrorism law that calls for certain security measures on state-issued ID cards. Federal officials enforcing the law were lenient, until now.
For this week's Sandwich Monday, we try a Chicago sandwich classic: the pork chop sandwich from Jim's Original. They leave the bone in — for flavor, and for danger.