Ohio Gov. John Kasich faces a make-or-break Republican primary in his home state next week. He was expected to come in second against Donald Trump in Michigan's primary last night but came in a close third. NPR talks with Kasich and his supporters in Columbus.
A seventh-grader named Ben Goodell created a science project to try to prove Tom Brady and the Patriots didn't tamper with the inflation of footballs, as maintained by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
One day in the early 1990s, a man walked into the U.S. embassy in Ecuador. He said he had information on how to go after some of most powerful drug traffickers in the world.
The ancient Chinese game has been considered very difficult for a computer to master, because of all the possible board configurations.
Despite the prevalence of albinism there, albinos face discrimination and are often targets of brutal crimes.
The InSight mission, which would send a lander to detect marsquakes and study the planet's interior, was scheduled for this month. It has been delayed because a pivotal piece of equipment was flawed.
Long before cooking was common, early humans needed extra energy to fuel bigger bodies and brains. Scientists say simple stone cutting tools likely allowed small-toothed meat eaters to thrive.
The agency plans to reduce the incentive for doctors to use the most expensive drugs and link prices to patient outcomes, perhaps paying less when patients have to be admitted to a hospital.
The Republican presidential candidate is defending his business ventures, including Trump University, which is the subject of lawsuits.
Rebecca Blank, chancellor of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, joins us as part of our View From The Top conversation series.
Martin, who died yesterday in London, was among the earliest to recognize The Beatles' talents and is often credited with helping them develop their sound. Originally broadcast in 1980.
Alex Abramovich was in his 30s when he looked up a guy who had bullied him in grade school. In his new memoir, Abramovich writes about reconnecting with Trevor, now the head of a motorcycle club.
The Internet radio host broadcast hundreds of hours from the armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
In a wrap-up of the latest political news, NPR’s Ron Elving discusses the candidates' strategies in upcoming states.
Oprah, Sheryl Sandberg and Malala Yousafzai lead the list of world changers. But there are a lot of unsung candidates who deserve a shout-out.
He may be a little less known than the rest of The Beatles, but the record producer's impact on the band was beyond measure.
The complicated cleanup effort in Japan continues, as do efforts to restart the country's nuclear power industry.