Opposition legislators have now spoken for some 150 hours straight, holding up a bill that would give new surveillance powers to South Korea's spy agency.
Shoppers are flocking to a Copenhagen supermarket hawking perfectly edible but unsalable food items at a steep discount to the general public. It's the country's latest effort to fight food waste.
In stump speeches since his loss in South Carolina, Bernie Sanders has taken shots at Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. He has also seemed to temper his talk of political revolution.
An NPR analysis finds one very rosy scenario for Sanders in which he comes out with the majority of pledged delegates. But the possible results range from Sanders plus-1 to Clinton plus-151.
The explosions, which occurred over several days, are being blamed on a buildup of methane gas. When the first one shook the mine in the Komi Republic in northwest Russia, 111 miners were underground.
Ahead of the Oscars, school kids on Milwaukee's west side decided to pay tribute to African-American cultural icons in their own awards ceremony.
Several recent integration efforts focus more on family income diversity as the driver of integration. The potential benefits of a diverse environment are striking, but they're not guaranteed.
The bill is a watered-down version of its original, which would have allowed for in-state cultivation.
Atlanta area are seeing a flurry of television ads, as presidential candidates make their final case to Georgians.
Garmai Sumo is a 29-year-old mom and health worker who collected bodies of Ebola victims during the epidemic and the main character of an Oscar-nominated documentary.