Rep. Lamar Smith of Texas is formally investigating a recent study on global warming. Smith calls the timing of the study's publication "suspicious." But many scientists call his tactics "bullying."
The Inland Regional Center is closed as authorities investigate Wednesday's mass shooting, cutting off care for 30,000 people with developmental disabilities.
The former president paused during his regular Sunday School class to relay some good news: His melanoma is gone. Carter's been undergoing radiation and drug treatment to battle the disease.
Thousands of Cuban migrants are stuck at the Costa Rica-Nicaragua border. Nicaragua, a close ally of Cuba, won't let the migrants enter into its country to continue north to the United States.
President Obama will address the nation Sunday night on the threat of terrorism in the wake of the attacks in California and Paris. It will be a rare prime-time speech from the Oval Office.
The threat of self-radicalized attackers is on the minds of many after the San Bernardino shooting this week. NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with the RAND Corporation's Seth Jones about these people.
Tragic events like the recent San Bernardino and Colorado Springs attacks leave behind witnesses who try to process what they've seen. Two survivors of past shootings share how they carry the trauma.
What if you could never get a good night's rest? Some low-income people around the world face that challenge. A team of researchers is investigating whether sleep deprivation keeps some in poverty.
Rachel Martin talks to Mike Pesca, host of Slate's The Gist podcast, about football's Carolina Panthers. They've had an eventful year on and off the field.
Rachel speaks with Zoe Bedell about the Pentagon's decision to open up front-line combat posts to women. Bedell was a Marine captain and is a plaintiff in a lawsuit fighting the long-time Pentagon ban.