If Latinos are a new economic engine, we could all stand to learn a bit more about who they are. The Kellogg Foundation's Barbara Ferrer shares some words of wisdom about a recently commissioned poll.
La Union Mall in the Washington, D.C., suburbs caters to Latino shoppers from several nearby states. But now that the city is building a new Metro line, the mall's days may be numbered.
The intrusion occurred last month. Although defense analysts have said Russia is the likely culprit, Swedish authorities say it's "impossible" to say whose submarine it was.
The band brings its impeccable blend of Canadian, American and Celtic folk to a West Virginia stage.
NPR film critic Bob Mondello reviews two serious films based on real-life events — Foxcatcher, which stars comedian Steve Carrell, and Rosewater, directed by Comedy Central's Jon Stewart.
The animal, which was spotted Thursday, was initially thought to be a tiger. Officials now say it's not, but they aren't sure what it is. One theory is that it's a lynx.
For the past week, Stevie Wonder and Usher have been on the same tour path. Both shows hawk nostalgia, but to crowds whose expectations are shaped by two different generations of the music industry.
The Boston jazz guitarist tackles the Rite of Spring and Quartet for the End of Time on a pair of new CDs.
The film is based on du Pont's fraught relationship with two Olympic wrestlers. Wealth isn't enough — his identity hinges on winning. It's a fascinating case study, but as drama, it's one sick joke.
Set in the geriatric extended-care wing of a California hospital, Getting On is a different kind of workplace comedy. Mark V. Olsen and Will Scheffer adapted the show from a BBC series.
Breaking with other major pro sports leagues, Adam Silver says the world is changing and that Congress should allow sports betting that is legal and regulated.
Erika DeSimone discusses the little known literary movement of African-Americans in the 19th century.
The Pentagon says that O'Neill was part of the bin Laden raid, but claims it cannot confirm who fired the final shots.
He argues that "there is an obvious appetite among sports fans for a safe and legal way to wager on professional sporting events."
Bahari's memoir about being imprisoned in Iran while reporting in 2009 is the basis for Jon Stewart's debut film.
Despite one company's decision to disclose what chemicals it uses in fracking, others in the oil and gas industry are less willing.
Obama, who recently visited Myanmar, says that the nation's stride towards democracy is still a work in progress.
Thirteen women are dead and dozens sick after the Nov. 8 procedures at a state-run hospital in central India. The doctor who performed the procedures was arrested Wednesday.
Researchers writing in the journal Science say that if the rate of global warming goes unchecked, the frequency of lightning strikes will increase by 50 percent.