As United Kingdom voters prepare to vote on whether to remain in the European Union, President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping both think leaving is a bad idea for the economy.
Kevin Blackistone of The Washington Post and ESPN explains what's at stake for Steph Curry and LeBron James as their teams face off for the NBA championship.
Dance clubs are a special place for the LGBT community — especially Latinos. Clubgoers in Queens, N.Y. say clubs have been safe spaces, making the Orlando massacre particularly devastating.
Bloomberg View's Megan McArdle argues in a new column that there are real reasons why "decent people" could vote for Donald Trump, even if they disagree with many of his statements.
Professor Michael Eric Dyson argues in a New Republic article that people "have a positive moral obligation to protest the nomination of this racist demagogue" at the GOP convention. He explains why.
The Orlando shooting and Donald Trump's reaction scrambled campaign politics and complicated Trump's relationship with the Republican Party. Meanwhile, senators will vote on gun legislation Monday.
Many Irish citizens living in Britain can vote in Thursday's referendum on European Union membership. Ireland, with billions of trade dollars at risk, wants them to vote to keep the UK in the EU.
The Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers play for the top prize in basketball tonight. Slate's Mike Pesca shares his thoughts on the upcoming game with NPR's Rachel Martin.
The Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers are preparing for tonight's NBA showdown. Cleveland sports teams, which haven't won a championship in 52 years, hope tonight breaks the curse.
NPR's Rachel Martin speaks to Ariel Leve about her new memoir, An Abbreviated Life. It tells the story of her growing up in a difficult dysfunctional family.