Our panelists answer questions about the week's news: Objection Sustained.
Bill Kurtis reads three quotes from this week's news: Panamaniacs, Cruzin' for Bruizin' and Getting to Second Base.
Jonathan and Drew Scott have an HGTV show in which they help people renovate their dream homes. (They're joining us by phone because if they saw the way we decorate it would actually kill them.)
When the Broadway musical's creator said the life of Alexander Hamilton embodied hip-hop, people laughed. Now, he's written a book about the national phenomenon with former critic Jeremy McCarter.
The presidential candidate took a two-stop ride on the New York City subway this week. It seemed to be a play at the authentic, but it may have turned out to be anything but.
Retired Army Colonel David Taylor felt responsible for Army Specialist Andy Alaniz's death in the Gulf War. Alaniz's widow, Catherine Alaniz-Simonds, just wants Alaniz to be remembered.
"The phone rings in my hotel room, and it was Phil Everly," Nash says of the strange evening in 1992 when he fulfilled a childhood dream.
Lauren Child has a new "Charlie and Lola" book after a long hiatus. She tells NPR's Scott Simon that she needed a break, but then she missed her popular characters.
Local billionaire David Tepper has moved to Florida and he's taking his personal income taxes with him. He was the wealthiest man in New Jersey with a fortune of more then 10 billion.
The Stanford Design Challenge is a competition to encourage students to design things that help solve the problems of older adults. The contest could change the way people live in the future.
Russian Communist Party officials are attempting to copyright their party's symbol. But it's a symbol that's been trademarked by companies established before the Russian Revolution.
Economist Nuria Chinchilla is trying to change Spain's sleep schedule. She tells NPR's Scott Simon about her efforts to get the government to align the workday with the rest of the world.
The presidential primaries have moved to New York where all five presidential candidates are trying to stake their claim to that state.
NPR's Scott Simon spent some time with the country legend aboard his tour bus in 2001. Simon remembers a man who'd come a long way since his imprisonment at San Quentin, where he did time for robbery.
At the high-tech center where Israel's military keeps an eye on Hamas-controlled Gaza, soldiers monitor the border using remote-controlled cameras and machine guns.
Altamonte Springs, Fla., is the first U.S. city to subsidize Uber fares. It's a public-private partnership, with local businesses helping foot the bill. Officials hope it will help reduce traffic.
Arianna Huffington says we're in the midst of a sleep deprivation crisis and that Donald Trump really shouldn't be bragging about needing only four hours of sleep a night.
As graduation looms, a college student has a lot of questions. A new book offers some answers on what comes next.
After investigating hush-money payments, prosecutors have accused Hastert of agreeing to pay $3.5 million to a former student he sexually abused years ago when Hastert was a high school coach.