Wisconsin voters go to the polls on Tuesday. In both the Republican and Democratic races, the frontrunners could face upsets in this state.
Lansing, Mich., has been ripping out its lead water pipes for more than a decade and is now and has learned a few things. It's now sharing those tips with Flint.
Newbery Award-winning author Kwame Alexander's newest effort is a novel about a 12-year-old boy, that's written in verse. He tells NPR's Rachel Martin that poetry is a surefire way to reach kids.
Refugees in Turkey, who are fleeing wars in Syria and Afghanistan, are worried about the impact of new European Union rules designed to limit their access to European countries.
Rachel Martin talks to Matt Sherman — who spent 13 years as a civilian working in Iraq and Afghanistan — about his deployment and readjustment to life in the United States.
NPR's Rachel Martin asks North Carolina furniture maker Mitchell Gold about a new state law undoing local LGBT protections.
Republican politicians up for election are scrambling: What if Trump leads the ticket? NPR's Rachel Martin asks strategist Rob Jesmer how candidates are addressing the Trump issue.
Every answer this week consists of two words in the same category that rhyme. Each clue will give you the initial letters, the words' lengths and the category. Name the things.
The Dominican Republic sends more players to MLB than any other country. That's a boon for the local economy — but it's also sparked controversy.
At the end of this Congress, more than one-third of the historic 2010 "tea party" freshman class will be gone from the U.S. House.
Muslim voters say they're disheartened with some GOP candidates' comments about their faith this presidential campaign. But, they're trying to turn that disappointment political engagement.