Last week, San Diego's city council voted to transition to using 100 percent renewable energy by 2035, becoming the first major American city to enter a legally binding agreement to do so.
Yes, TV stars and athletes were frequently searched in 2015. But Simon Rogers, data editor at Google News Lab, says we were also seeking information about the Paris attacks and the refugee crisis.
NPR's Rachel Martin explores the injuries that accompany festive activities during the holiday season.
Ted Cruz is spending the weekend campaigning throughout states voting on Super Tuesday, talking up how well-positioned he is in states like Iowa and New Hampshire that come earlier.
Mike Pesca, host of Slate's The Gist podcast, has some opinions about how Adam Silver of the NBA and Roger Goodell of the NFL run thir respective sports leagues.
There's a restaurant in Dallas that's attracting some attention. Instead of waitresses wearing skimpy clothes, it's the waiters who do. It's called, "Tallywackers."
Residents of Flint, Mich., are still in danger of being poisoned by lead in their drinking water, even though the water supply was changed. Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha speaks with NPR's Michel Martin.
The third Democratic presidential primary is tonight in Manchester, New Hampshire. NPR White House Correspondent Tamara Keith has a preview.
In Ethiopia, students have been killed while protesting the government's proposals to take over territory in the Oromia region.
Women have won several positions on municipal councils in Saudi Arabia for the first time. What, if anything, do these first-ever elections including women mean for those in Saudi Arabia?