In a performance of "Prédio," recorded live on the streets of Austin, the Brazilian band coaxes beautiful sounds out of a children's bicycle and other found objects.
Until this season, Cleveland Cavaliers coach David Blatt had never played and never coached in the NBA, even as an assistant.
Carbon dioxide from burning fossil fuels is being absorbed by the earth's oceans, causing a rise in acidity.
When pondering whether a secular society can be moral, we must consider that there are certain values that stand above and beyond culture and faith, says commentator Marcelo Gleiser.
The Mobile, Ala.-based Prancing Elites are now the subject of a new show on Oxygen called "The Prancing Elites Project."
The former NBC Nightly News anchor's comments came on Fresh Air. Williams, the man who succeeded him, is serving a six-month suspension for exaggerating his experiences in the Iraq War.
The spy agency says North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had his defense chief executed for talking back to him and sleeping during a meeting.
The Women on 20s campaign is petitioning President Obama to put the face of Harriet Tubman, the escaped slave who led others to freedom, on the $20 bill. She edged Eleanor Roosevelt in a close vote.
If approved, the ban would be the most restrictive in the nation. Flame retardants are found in couches, mattresses and some baby products.
The mayor says the train equivalent of a black box has been recovered from the wreckage of the derailment and crash.
Long-time Philly resident Gerald Renfrow wants you to know that there's more to his block than what happened on May 13, 1985.
Philadelphia native Gene Demby was 4 years old when city police dropped a bomb on a house of black activists in his hometown. Thirty years later, he's still trying to make sense of it all.
NPR Paris correspondent Eleanor Beardsley doesn't expect a ton of sympathy when she complains about unending holidays in France. But when you have a kid who's always off school, it's tough. Really.
The country has been the scene of mass protests over President Pierre Nkurunziza seeking a third term. It's unclear whether the coup has the support of the full military.
Emergency officials in Nepal say at least 76 people have died in Tuesday's earthquake, which hit as the small country is still coping with a prior quake that killed more than 8,000.
Some companies are refusing to pay employee hospital bills that they think are out of line. Instead, they pay what they think is reasonable. So far the gambit appears to be working.
Alexander Hemon's darkly hilarious new novel follows a sad-sack Chicago teacher whose screenwriting dreams lead to catastrophe. Critic Michael Schaub calls it "crazy in the best sense of the word."