The Netflix hit show "Making of a Murderer" and the podcast "Serial" have brought up old cases that gathered dust for years. NPR's Rachel Martin talks with Deidre Enright, head of The Innocence Project and featured in Season One of Serial, about what it means to re-litigate select cases.
Sea lion poop is frustrating residents in the San Diego neighborhood of La Jolla who pay top dollar for their ocean views. But fixing the problem isn't as simple as just scraping off the waste.
NPR's Rachel Martin spoke with Brad Duke a few years ago about his $220 million lottery win in 2005. We called him back this week because numbers for the biggest Powerball jackpot were drawn Saturday.
George R.R. Martin hasn't finished his latest book in time for the sixth TV season. NPR's Rachel Martin talks with Amy Sullivan and Spencer Kornhaber of the Atlantic's 'Game of Thrones' roundtable.
House Speaker Paul Ryan and Sen. Tim Scott hosted a forum in South Carolina Saturday on how Republicans plan to combat poverty. About half of the GOP presidential candidates shared their ideas.
Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán was recaptured by Mexican authorities on Friday after months on the run. A former drug prosecutor predicts that Mexico will continue to resist pressure to extradite Guzman.
Sen. Tim Scott hosted a forum on poverty for presidential candidates on Saturday. He talks about why he wants to change the way the Republican Party talks about the issue.
Anti-federalist protesters in Oregon have now occupied buildings at a national wildlife refuge for more than a week.
The record-breaking powerball prize rose to new heights this afternoon. But did you know Americans spent more than $70 billion on the lottery last year?
'The Chicago Defender' is a legendary black newspaper. It may no longer have the reach it once had, but the paper, founded in the early 20th century, has a fascinating history.