Whoever ends up running his estate will face some tough decisions about how to handle his musical legacy. What happens to the music in his vault? Will future concertgoers see him as a hologram?
Queen Bey reads some of Warsan Shire’s writings about love and loss. The young poet also tells stories about refugees and immigrants from Africa, where she was born.
The real estate heir pleaded guilty to a weapons charge just after he admitted to murder in an HBO documentary.
President Nicolas Maduro says public sector workers will work only on Mondays and Tuesdays. Venezuela is grappling with drought that has shrunk water levels at the country’s main hydroelectric dam.
Hastert has pleaded guilty to structuring cash withdrawals that were used to cover up alleged sexual abuse during his time as a wrestling coach.
A same-sex couple won custody of their 15-month-old baby in a Thai court that ruled against their surrogate. She’d reneged on the deal after learning the couple was gay.
The Democratic establishment’s favored candidates won in two Senate contests and a millionaire wine mogul’s $12.4 million went down the drain in the most expensive House primary this year.
You’ve saved up enough to quit working. Congrats! But here’s a new puzzle: figuring out how to enjoy retirement without blowing your savings too soon, when you don’t know if you’ll live 5 years or 25.
Abdeslam, who is believed to be the only surviving participant of the attacks in Paris last November, was captured in Brussels in March. He’s expected to appear before a French judge today.
Barring something extraordinary happening, Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee. That would make her the first woman to top a major party ticket.
Donald Trump, with about 75 percent of the delegates, and Hillary Clinton, with 90 percent, are so far ahead in their parties that only the most extraordinary events could prevent their nominations.
Donald Trump is projected to win all five GOP primaries in Connecticut, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Rhode Island, according to the Associated Press. Hillary Clinton will notch victories in Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania – and an especially close race in Connecticut. Bernie Sanders has won the Rhode Island primary.
RESULTS AND ANALYSIS: From NPR’s elections team
It’s one of the loudest debates in education: whether spending more money adds up to better test scores and graduation rates.
America’s foremost farmer-philosopher, Wendell Berry, is the subject of a new documentary. It celebrates the writer’s work, and the rural community in Kentucky in which he’s rooted.
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