The Pentagon is seeking approval for a plan to put heavy weaponry into countries on the border with Russia. NPR's Rachel Martin and correspondent Tom Bowman discuss the proposal.
In 2007, Sunni sheikhs, fed up with al-Qaeda, started fighting alongside the U.S. in Iraq. The U.S. needs help again, this time against ISIS militants. But can they win Sunni trust a second time?
For the blank in each provided sentence, put in the name of a color to complete the sentence in a punny way.
Rachel Dolezal has set off a debate over the nature of racial identity. She built her career as an African American civil rights activist — except she's not African American.
The temperature's starting to rise, and Alt.Latino has the perfect playlist for all the summer activities that go along with it. NPR's Rachel Martin hears from Jasmine Garsd and Felix Contreras.
Rapper Iggy Azalea went from having the hit of the summer last year with "Fancy" to canceling a recent tour. NPR's Rachel Martin talks with the Washington Post's Soraya Nadia McDonald.
If you saw a mysterious timer ticking away on a website, would you click on it? NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with data expert Mona Chalabi of FiveThirtyEight.com about Reddit's experiment.