Guest host Raul Campos spins music by St. Germain, Claptone, Frankie Knuckles and more in a two-hour EDM mix.
Tom Hanks plays an American attorney charged with defending a captured Soviet spy in Stephen Spielberg's latest film. Critic John Powers calls Bridge of Spies a "highly entertaining new thriller."
When Kelly and Wayne Maines adopted identical twin boys in 1997, they didn't anticipate raising one of their sons as a daughter. They tell their story, with author Amy Ellis Nutt, in Becoming Nicole.
The Sardinian guitarist has a whole toy shop aboard his instrument, from hammers and pedals to springs and a couple of cell-phone ringers.
In a blog post published Monday morning, the Seattle-based retailer says the Times' story about its tough workplace culture fails "Journalism 101."
Bush is defending his brother's decisions, as Trump blames former President George W. Bush for failing to prevent the attacks.
Ten percent of pregnant women say they drink, even though doctors have spent decades saying that birth defects and developmental delays from alcohol can be prevented completely by abstaining.
Two new essays explore a subject we're fascinated with here at Code Switch — how people navigate public spaces awash in images they deplore in order to make community and belong.
The federally-funded game features a preschooler who doesn’t like vegetables. It's meant to encourage kids to eat their greens.
Hear two new songs from the stylistically freewheeling Canadian singer and bandleader.
With the help of an evolutionary ecologist at Saint Louis University, we hear the unusual love songs of treehoppers.
As part of a series of conversations on women in combat, Iraq war veteran Chad Russell shares his perspective.
A new study found that women have less retirement savings than men on average, and there are a number of reasons why.
With the House back in session, Republicans are continuing their search for a new speaker, still eyeing the reluctant Paul Ryan.
The UK/Trinidad production duo enlists one of London's finest MCs and a soca superstar for a bashment banger.
Lessig is a passionate advocate for campaign finance reform. If he wins, he says he would pass the Citizen Equality Act of 2017 to provide voters with vouchers to fund the campaign of their choice.
Sick food workers who go to work say they can't afford to stay home or don't want to let their co-workers down, a survey finds. That puts consumers at risk of getting sick from contaminated food.
Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper could be ousted by liberal Justin Trudeau, son of the iconic late Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.
Our friends at NPR Ed take a look at the impact of integrated schools on white children.
After 22 years, Merida will leave for a job at ESPN as senior vice president and editor in chief of The Undefeated, a digital site that will explore the intersection of sports, race and culture.