The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine goes to a Japanese scientist who explained that cells have their own versions of recycling plants, how they work, and the role of this process in diseases.
Associated Press investigative reporter Garance Burke talks with Renee Montagne about what more than 20 insiders from the reality TV show described as inappropriate behavior by Donald Trump.
Voters rejected the historic peace deal signed last week by Colombia's president and the leader of the FARC rebels. It would have disarmed FARC and brought a formal end to decades of hostilities.
A group of relatives of the drug war's disappeared in the city of Veracruz took it upon themselves to search for their loved ones. In the past two months, they've discovered nearly 100 graves.
The New York Times published some of Donald Trump's income tax returns from 1995 in which Trump reported over $900 million in loses. That could have legally relieved his tax burden for up to 18 years.
Even government supporters worry that that the sweeping crackdown may have resulted in too many arrests, suspensions and firings. New crisis centers are helping some find justice.
Historian Deborah Lipstadt was the defendant in a British libel lawsuit brought by Holocaust denier David Irving. The new film Denial tells the story of that trial and the debate it ignited.
Dallas pastor T.D. Jakes discusses violence between law enforcement and the black community and how his parish and new television show take on the issue.
Hillary Clinton spent the day in Charlotte, N.C., attending a church service and meeting with African-American community leaders to discuss the recent shooting of Keith Lamont Scott by police.
Hungarians who voted Sunday overwhelmingly rejected a European Union plan to accept a small number of refugees in their country. But the measure was declared invalid because of low voter turnout.