The Raptors surprised basketball fans Saturday night when they beat the Cavaliers. NPR’s Rachel Martin talks to Mike Pesca of Slate’s The Gist podcast about what the finals may look like.
More than 330 million Indians are desperate for water, leading some to rely on an ancient — and unproven — method to find it underground.
Deep (and not-so-deep) thoughts from Thomas Thwaites, author of GoatMan: How I Took a Holiday from Being Human.
Some groups are putting pressure on corporations that have pledged money for the Republican convention saying it would help promote Donald Trump and compromise their policies against discrimination.
You like the same movies, drink the same beer — and over time your health becomes more like that of your mate, researchers say. Doctors might want to consider the couple when treating illness.
The Pentagon says they’re studying the results of the attack, which occurred along Afghanistan-Pakistan border, to determine the Mansour’s fate.
The thoroughbred earned a gritty victory on the muddy track at Pimlico. Exaggerator’s come-from-behind win also means that Nyquist, the Kentucky Derby winner, no longer has a shot for a triple crown.
Voters in Austria choose a new president in an election Sunday. It could deliver the first significant victory for far-right, anti-migrant parties that have been growing in strength across Europe.
NPR’s Mara Liasson, John Nichols of The Nation, and Mona Charen of National Review discuss the latest on the presidential campaigns.
The Egyptian military released photos Saturday of debris recovered from the missing EgyptAir plane. New communications from the plane have also emerged.
The Dadaab camp has been home for decades to hundreds of thousands of Somalis who fled violence in their homeland. But Kenya says the camp breeds terrorists.
Some blamed terrorism for the EgyptAir crash, though no group has claimed responsibility. Juan Zarate of the Center for Strategic and International Studies explains what investigators look for.
ET-94, which is as tall as a 15-story building, is on a 16-mile trek through Los Angeles on its way to the California Science Center. It’s set to be displayed with the space shuttle Endeavor.
Solar Impulse 2, the experimental plane attempting to fly around the world using only the sun’s power, is heading toward Dayton, Ohio on the latest leg of its journey.
“We shouldn’t need to know they have a disability. It should just work for them.”