Mississippi's governor signed into law a bill that lets religious organizations, individuals and private companies refuse services to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, if they feel offering such services violates their religious beliefs. Renee Montagne talks to Mitchell Moore, who owns two bakeries in Mississippi, and who opposes the new law.
Hilde Kate Lysiak (HILL-dee kate LEE zyack) of Selinsgrove (SELL-inz-grove>>, Pennsylvania, is nine years old, and for the last two years, she' been the editor and publisher of "The Orange Street News." Not everyone is fan of Hilde's reporting on the neighborhood murder, but Renee Montagne reports she's standing up to critics.
That means only the sender and recipient of a message can view it. The people who run the popular messaging service cannot, and they cannot hand data over to law enforcement.
Tamara Keith has the Democrats perspective; Sarah McCammon the Republicans. Democratic pollster Margie Omero of Purple Strategies and GOP pollster Neil Newhouse of Public Opinion Strategies weigh in.
Over the past century, small-town seed businesses have given way to global enterprises. The story of one small seed company in Nebraska helps explain what drove the transformation.
On Tuesday night, No. 1-seed Connecticut made history, beating No. 4-seed Syracuse 82 to 51 to become the first NCAA Division I women's team to win four consecutive NCAA basketball championships.
The senator's win puts another speed bump in the way of front-runner Donald Trump. Bernie Sanders leads in early returns for the Democratic primary.
Exit polling shows Sens. Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders leading in the state, says NPR's Ron Elving.
Both Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders are hoping to change their primary narrative tonight with big wins in Wisconsin.