Dr. Adam Hamawy, a U.S. doctor and former U.S. Army combat surgeon who is currently in Gaza, says he has "never in my career ...
NPR's Leila Fadel speaks talks to Belkis Wille of Human Rights Watch, which examines casualties among aid workers in Gaza. She says there have been at least eight strikes on convoys and shelter homes.
An exhibition opening this month in Paris will feature 17th-century paintings that show Italian peasants wearing the blue fabric.
Several Native American families are suing the state of Arizona for not doing enough to crack down on fake addiction treatment centers. The scheme allegedly bilked billions in taxpayer dollars.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai about the Biden's administration's decision to raise tariffs on certain Chinese goods.
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Cassandra Nagley, who covers women's basketball for Yahoo Sports, about the WNBA season kickoff.
Switzerland won the Eurovision Song Contest this weekend in Malmo, Sweden. The singer Nemo and their song "The Code" came out on top in a Grand Final of 25 countries.
The New York-Dublin "Portal" was shut almost as soon as it opened. The Portal is a live circular video screen by Lithuanian creator Benediktas Gylys by which people in two different cities can, in the ...
Bikini Kill frontwoman Kathleen Hanna pioneered the "riot grrrl" movement. Maureen Corrigan reviews This Strange Eventful ...
More than 5,000 Mercedes-Benz workers who build luxury SUVs in Alabama were eligible to vote on whether to join the UAW.
More than 5,000 Mercedes-Benz workers who build luxury SUVs in Alabama were eligible to vote on whether to join the UAW.
It was "Kind of like Footloose, without the fighting or dancing. Just an enormous nosebleed, all down the white rented shirt, ...