A powerful rainstorm continues to soak South Carolina. In the state’s capital Columbia, rescue operations will continue through at least Monday.
Cinderella pumpkins just don’t cut it for fall decor anymore. Squash and gourds come in all sorts of colors and sizes — and as far as consumers are concerned, the stranger, the better.
The community of Roseburg, Ore., struggles to come to terms with the mass shooting that killed nine last week, and police continue to investigate what motivated the shooter.
The recent shooting in Oregon prompted the president to again call for action on gun control. Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal spoke with NPR’s Rachel Martin on the uphill battle to pass new legislation.
More employers than ever are nudging workers toward plans that screen them for risks, monitor their activity and encourage them to make healthful choices. Can you trust the boss to keep the data safe?
Like millions of Chinese gold miners, He Quangui was stricken with the lung disease silicosis. At first he didn’t want his story to be told, but over time he came to trust the photographer.
As his Alzheimer’s disease advances, Greg O’Brien finds his personality shifting, too. “I know I can’t go back to who I was before,” he says. “I’ve got to learn to live with the new me.
After the mass shooting in Oregon, President Obama called on gun owners to ask whether the National Rifle Association represents their positions. Hunter Lily Raff says the answer for her is no.
The shooter at Oregon’s Umpqua Community College apparently died of a self-inflicted wound. NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with Amelia Templeton of Oregon Public Broadcasting about the latest details.
With just four months until the Iowa caucuses, the rhetoric among three GOP candidates has turned sharper. This week, Donald Trump, Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio honed attacks on each other.
The mass shooting in Oregon has revived debate about gun laws. Dan Gross, president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, tells NPR’s Michel Martin about how gun policies have evolved.
Should the media — and the nation– change the way we talk about mass shootings? NPR’s Michel Martin asks in the Barbershop, with Political Junkie host Ken Rudin, The Root writer Danielle Belton, and NPR’s Ammad Omar.
Airstrikes on a clinic in the Afghan city of Kunduz have killed patients and staffers from Doctors Without Borders.
The local sheriff, speaking at an afternoon news conference, also said that authorities had recovered yet another gun from the shooter’s residence, bringing to 14 the number of weapons linked to him.
Monsignor Kryztof Charamsa appeared at a news conference with his partner. In an interview he called the Church’s stance on homosexuality “backwards.”