Hear the arresting singer-songwriter perform her song "Long Way Home" with host Michael Feinstein.
For this week's All Songs +1 podcast, we talk with NPR Music's Stephen Thompson about his most recent "Good Listener" column on the life-saving powers of music.
Benjamin John Power, one-half of the Olympic-scoring electronic duo F*** Buttons, takes a stab at dance music and draws blood.
Former 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is picking another fight — with Evander Holyfield, the former heavyweight champion of the world. It's all for a good cause.
Most people are anesthetized during colonoscopy. Federal law mandates that the cancer test itself must be fully covered by insurers, but quite a few of them didn't pay for anesthesia.
A major star of fado music in his native Portugal, Camané sings with a silky baritone — and the weight of the world's sadness on his shoulders.
The alleged mastermind of the putsch, Gen. Godefroid Niyombare, is reportedly still at large as President Pierre Nkurunziza reasserts his authority after returning from neighboring Tanzania.
Australia's agriculture minister said Depp sidestepped the country's laws because his dogs did not spend the required 10 days in quarantine. The minister threatened to destroy the dogs.
How do you create trust? Management theorist Simon Sinek says it starts with a leader who makes people feel safe.
Former Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou says politicians like him have lost the trust of their citizens and it needs to be restored.
Affairs can completely rock a marriage. But psychotherapist Esther Perel says that while infidelity can shatter trust, it doesn't mean couples can't find a way to rebuild their relationships.
The new currency of this economy is trust, says Rachel Botsman. Companies that rely on sharing invest in what Botsman calls "reputation capital."
Conductor Charles Hazlewood talks about the role of trust between conductor and orchestra, which he describes as a "miracle."
Also: Hundreds of migrants are towed to shore in Indonesia; Burundi arrests generals in an attempted coup; and the Minnesota Orchestra becomes the first major U.S. orchestra to play in Cuba in years.