Roscoe Brown, one of the legendary black aviators known as the Tuskegee Airmen, died this weekend at the age of 94. NPR's Code Switch offers a tribute to Brown and explores the Airmen's place in history.
Unity events are being held across the United Kingdom, after a spike in reports of hate crimes and racism, following a vote to leave the European Union. It's a summer-long campaign to tackle intolerance tied to Brexit.
The UK's decision to withdraw from the European Union has angered many Scots, who voted to remain. Scottish politicians and ordinary people are now talking about holding another independence referendum that would split the United Kingdom.
Twenty years ago today, the world's first cloned mammal was born — a sheep named Dolly.
The result of the Hillary Clinton email investigation has been long anticipated and is playing out on the campaign trail.
FBI Director James Comey recommended "no charges" against Hillary Clinton in the email investigation. But he called her out on Tuesday for being "extremely careless" in the handling of classified information.
Biographer Larry Tye says Kennedy wasn't always the "hot-blooded liberal" we remember today. The transformation wasn't a "flip flop" he says, "he took things to heart in ways that few politicians do."
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority discovered a structural problem in 120 cars — the newest rail cars in its fleet. Commuters started feeling the impact on Tuesday.