Authorities say it's too early to say for sure if the unidentified suspect, who they say was found with bomb-making materials, had anything to do with the attack on Bangkok's Erawan shrine.
Why so many private colleges are giving out massive discounts.
New Orleans lost much since Hurricane Katrina, and the failed levees that flooded the city. But Gwen Thompkins says the passions that survived the flood kept her city alive too.
The aid organization also known as Mdecins Sans Frontires says that Phantom portrays a worker for a "confusingly similar" group who helps track down a terrorist.
More than 60,000 people will gather in the Nevada desert next week for the annual festival and the Playa Pops Symphony, which made its debut last year, will be ready for them.
A new exhibit at the National Museum of the American Indian highlights the engineering prowess of the Inca, whose great road once spanned mountains, deserts and forests in 6 South American countries.
Dallas District Attorney Susan Hawk announced she is being treated for depression after three weeks of questions over her whereabouts. Her staff had said she was on a long vacation.
Here's how NPR thought through whether the gunshots that killed two TV journalists should be replayed on the radio and online.
The conviction of a Ukrainian filmmaker is one of several cases in Russia that have drawn protests from human-rights groups and Western governments, including the U.S.
Tony Turner wrote and sang "Harperman," leading a (barefooted) choir through lyrics that ask questions such as "Who squashes all dissent?" and "Who muzzles all the scientists?"