The life of Bob Newhart, who died this week at the age of 94, may remind us to see some of the glitter that can be cloaked in ...
Churchill Downs has rescinded its extended suspension of Bob Baffert, allowing the Hall of Fame trainer to resume racing his ...
The Kentucky Room on the third floor of Lexington's Central Library houses a collection of resources documenting the history ...
Monday, July 22, is the final day Fayette County residents can visit the FEMA recover center for in-person help in applying ...
Airports, hospitals, banks, and government agencies are recovering from a failed software update delivered by the cybersecurity company CrowdStrike to Microsoft’s Windows systems.
China’s ruling Communist Party has held an important meeting in Beijing to plan China’s development and reform for the next five years.
A drone attack came into Israel from over the Mediterranean Sea and struck near the Tel Aviv beachfront. Separately, the U.N's highest court said Jewish settlements in the West Bank are unlawful.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with documentarian Gary Hustwit about his new film "Eno" about Brian Eno, the legendary musician who produced David Bowie, U2, Talking Heads and was a member of Roxy Music.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks to Glass Animals frontman Dave Bayley about the band's new album, which focuses on love and longing in the vastness of the universe.
A new cookbook seeks to celebrate Marseille, France's second-largest city.
It's been a rough few weeks for President Biden. On Friday, more Democratic lawmakers said he should step aside — but BOLD PAC endorsed him. His campaign says he'll be back on the trail next week.
A joint investigation by NPR, Texas Public Radio and the program 1A finds that more than 250 workers have died in trench cave-ins over the last decade. Deaths that were preventable, experts say.