A look back at 2014 reveals a year of diverse ups and downs for an industry that has quickly become the wunderkind of the world.
Harvest Public Media's Luke Runyon takes a look at one Colorado couple's bid to reinvigorate the wool economy.
Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst attended a conference bringing attention to the disappearing varieties of global foods and food products.
A spokeswoman for House Majority Whip Steve Scalise says, "He has never been affiliated with the abhorrent group in question."
It was "the worst news that I can hear in my life," says Dr. Ada Igonoh. She had Ebola. Her husband said she looked like a zombie. She wondered: "What's the cure for a disease that has no cure?"
In negotiations over the Affordable Care Act, hospitals agreed to cuts in federal payments for uncompensated care in the expectation that millions of people would get Medicaid coverage.
The Orthodox church may not like it, but the powerful government is pushing family planning.
In total, 126 officers were killed in 2014, a 24 percent increase from the 102 killed in 2013. The report also found that "ambush-style" attacks increased.
A court in Moscow found Navalny guilty on fraud charges, and handed him a suspended prison sentence of 3 ½ years. But the court sent his brother Oleg Navalny to prison for the same period.
NPR's audience submitted more than 270 nominees for "most misused word or phrase." No. 1: Using "me" when it should be "I," or "I" when it should be "me." Can you use them correctly? Try our quiz.
Andrew Levy's searching book adds to, and comments on, the considerable scholarship surrounding an widely read and widely challenged American classic.
Police registered an unrelated kidnapping case against Zaki-ur-Rahman Lakhvi. He is believed to have been the operational chief of a group blamed for the deadly 2008 attack on Mumbai.
In 2014, metal still believes in traditions and keeps the faith, but recognizes that evolution is inevitable — with some of its defenders kicking and screaming.
In 2014, two monoliths of heavy music found a new way to be heavy, a Thai psych band made one of the most transcendent records of the year and three dudes in body paint channeled King Crimson.