When you pull up to the gasoline pump, low oil prices may make you smile. Low prices, however, are wreaking havoc in Texas, Oklahoma and other oil states. We check in with a big oil field services firm based in Texas to assess the damage.
Go anywhere on the Internet and your bound to see ads that read: work from home, earn thousands of dollars a week. Click on one of them and you enter a world that has ensnared tens of thousands of people in a variety of money-losing ventures.
The Supreme Court put a temporary hold on President Obama's stricter limits on carbon emissions. The justices say the rules can't take effect until courts have considered challenges from the states.
In New Hampshire, the night belonged to the two outsiders in the race. Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders both won by large margins. Trump showed he could turn his supporters into voters — an important victory for a candidate whose brand is all about winning. Sander's win was a stunning blow to Hillary Clinton, who won New Hampshire in her 2008 primary race against Barack Obama.
A year after a gunman killed three young Muslims in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, many Muslims have responded by being more public about their beliefs. The Muslim community has been engaging others and trying to create a collective embrace.
Ohio Governor John Kasich breathed new life into his campaign with a second place finish in the GOP presidential primary in New Hampshire. It was one standout in a surprising night that included a disappointing finish for Senator Marco Rubio.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders won a convincing victory in New Hampshire, but former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's campaign argues she'll be on stronger footing in the more diverse states ahead.
In France, the lower house of parliament has voted to strip French citizenship from people convicted of terrorism offenses. Lawmakers have already extended until May the country's state of emergency until May, which was put into place after the Paris terrorist attacks in November.
A white Chicago police officer who shot and killed a 19-year-old college student wielding a bat is countersuing the teenager's estate. The officer says the incident in which he also accidentally shot and killed a neighbor has caused him serious emotional trauma.
Renee Montagne talks to Professor Duane Gubler (GOOB-ler), who has extensively studied previous outbreaks of Zika virus. He says if we had paid closer attention to them, Zika might not be at epidemic proportions now. Gubler directs the Program on Emerging Infectious Diseases at the Duke-National University of Singapore Graduate Medical School.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders beat rival Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary in New Hampshire by a huge margin. Bill Clinton may have been New Hampshire's "Comeback Kid" of 1992, but Tuesday night, Bernie Sanders claimed his own comeback story.
N.H. voters are known for picking establishment candidates. Results revealed that this time both Democratic and Republican voters preferred outsiders. Winning has been a big theme of Trump's campaign.
Sameh Hassan Shoukry, Egypt's foreign minister, speaks with NPR's David Greene about the state of democracy and human rights in his country.
Iowa and New Hampshire have spoken, each in its own unique accent. Now the race moves on to Nevada and South Carolina, states quite different from the first two, and quite different from each other.
After a day of long lines at the polls and last-minute campaigning, Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire primary. Here's how the evening unfolded, in pictures.
An MSNBC host accidentally called the candidate "Bernie sandwich." Sanders supporters and adversaries on Twitter jumped in.