Glaciers moan and groan. They crackle, fizz and rumble. Researchers say the noises they make might help us understand how fast they’re melting.
Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste will be deported to Australia. He is one of three Al Jazeera journalists who were arrested in December 2013. NPR’s Rachel Martin talks to Leila Fadel in Cairo.
Former Secret Service agent Jonathan Wackrow spent five years on President Obama’s detail. He talks to NPR’s Rachel Martin about the problems that have led to the agency’s current scandals.
Thousands of supporters of the Spanish anti-austerity party, Podemos, marched through Madrid on Saturday. Polls show they could defeat Spain’s mainstream parties in elections this year.
Rep. Adam Schiff of California plans to introduce a bill to allow congressional authorization of military operations against ISIS. NPR’s Rachel Martin talks to Rep. Schiff about the new legislation.
The prisoner swap between the self-proclaimed Islamic State and Jordan is at a standstill. NPR’s Rachel Martin talks to reporter Taylor Luck about how Jordanians are reacting to the hostage situation.
Robert Schwimmer was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2013 and wants to hasten death if he finds himself in agonizing pain. His family stands ready to help, but have legal and spiritual concerns.
Sweden is the first country in the world to use new technology to land passenger airplanes remotely. At an airport in a tiny town, flights are guided by operators sitting miles away.
NPR’s Weekend Edition will spend a few months following four seniors from Howard University in Washington, D.C., to tap into the challenges and preoccupations of soon-to-be college graduates.
Sick of dining hall pizza, public health student Emily Hu taught herself how to cook — even with no oven. Now she’s hoping to inspire her peers to pick up cooking skills and healthier eating habits.
The pre-Super Bowl week of hype — which ran the gamut from frivolous to ominous — finally ends and we can turn to what could be one of the closest, most exciting championship games ever.
In a commercial, the comedian pretends no one can see her. One Indian journalist says there’s more to the ad than selling insurance. Being visible comes with a risk of violence for women in India.
Greg O’Brien talks about how his life has changed in the five years since he was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. “More and more I don’t recognize people,” he says.
The Oscar-nominated star of the Alan Turing biopic The Imitation Game has joined actor and comedian Stephen Fry in calling for a blanket pardon of 49,000 men punished under long-defunct law.
The SITE Intelligence group has acquired footage that appears to show the execution of the Japanese journalist a week after another Japanese hostage was killed by the so-called Islamic State.