In Denver, no snow has yet fallen this season — smashing the city's previous record of Nov. 21 for the latest ever recorded ...
People of the former Soviet bloc rejoiced when the Iron Curtain fell and embraced membership in the European Union. Hungary ...
Gov. Steve Sisolak apologized on behalf of his state and promised to cooperate with an investigation of the federal ...
More than 400 people who died of COVID were secretly interred in a mass grave on the outskirts of the city of Iquitos.
An arthritis diagnosis means the latest album by the Bay Area band The Dodos is likely its last. It is a striking reminder of ...
Mexico relations after the revival of a U.S. policy that forces migrants seeking asylum to wait in Mexico while their cases are being heard.
NPR's David Folkenflik speaks with tech reporter Casey Newton about Twitter's new anti-harassment policies and what Newton sees as European ideals driving policies of American tech giants.
NPR's David Folkenflik speaks with scholar Helen Lenskyj about this weekend's Formula 1 Grand Prix in Saudi Arabia and the role of "sportswashing" in countries with human rights abuses.
The animals, including an entire wolf pack, were found poisoned earlier this year. "All investigative leads have been exhausted," says Oregon State Police Capt. Stephanie Bigman.
Sondheim, who died Nov. 26, was the lyricist/composer behind Sweeney Todd, Into the Woods and other shows. Critic Lloyd Schwartz reviews the newly restored documentary Original Cast Album: Company.
New York City is starting to get back to its glittery, joyful self, and businesses are excited about returning shoppers. But they're also anxious about another potential COVID lockdown.
A small town in Montana is recovering after a rare winter wildfire destroyed dozens of homes and businesses. A fire ecologist says this is lengthening fire season is due to climate change.