Universal Pictures has hired Lauren Oliver to write the screenplay for her young adult novel. We revisit our interview with her.
Madeline Messer wrote a piece in The Washington Post asking, "Why don't the characters in my apps look like me?"
The Chardon Polka Band is building a national following with its version of accordion music.
Our recurring series for careful listeners, this week featuring a mix of drum fills handpicked by All Songs Considered co-host Robin Hilton. Hear the drum fill (or intro) and match it to the song.
You may not know his name, but with more than 350 buildings and a line of households products, you probably know his work.
Insurers sometimes wrangle with patients and for months before paying a bill. A new six-month waiting period will give consumers time to resolve disputes and avoid having their credit ratings dinged.
An analysis of more than 70 popular videos reveals that intoxication is mostly depicted as fun and humorous.
The Russian president hasn't been seen in public since March 5, leading to speculation that he's sick.
A fragile ceasefire is holding in the area, but NPR’s Corey Flintoff says he's seeing bloodshed on the front lines.
Host Jessica Harris talks with Robert Langer, a chemical engineer who has pioneered the fields of drug delivery and tissue engineering. Harris also talks with David Carmel, co-founder of Jumpstart.
J.W. Taylor tells his coming-of-age story about the night at the church lock-in. Performed live at Tales from The South.
Rita Gigante grew up knowing her dad suffered from crippling mental illness. But she didn't know who her father really was.
Neil White was a businessman living well with his wife and kids... until he was convicted of bank fraud and sentenced to serve 18 months in prison in Carville, Louisiana.
When Glynn goes to a major pow wow to discover his Native American heritage, he uncovers something else.
A two-euro coin commemorating the bicentennial of Napoleon Bonaparte's defeat will not be widely released, after French objections over what it called a "negative symbol."