Olympic gold medalist Florence "Flo-Jo" Griffith Joyner died 25 years ago on Sept. 21, 1998. The sprinter's world records for the 100 meter and 200 meter events remain unbroken.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks to Jane Mayer, Staff Writer at The New Yorker, about Justice Clarence Thomas and his relationship to the Koch brothers.
A growing number of restaurants are stocking the overdose antidote Narcan and training staff on how to administer it.
Mayor Edilberto Molina relocated to a nearby town last year after drug-trafficking guerrillas threatened to kill him. He's not the only Colombian politician forced away by threats from criminal gangs.
Forty years after the fall of an Argentine military dictatorship that tortured and murdered tens of thousands of civilians, a video record of its trial has its U.S. premiere at Film Forum in New York.
NASA's first effort to retrieve samples from an asteroid will send a capsule that contains extraterrestrial pebbles and dust plunging towards a Utah desert on Sunday.
Many people taking Ozempic and related drugs have reported mental health concerns. Those side effects aren't in Ozempic's instructions for use. Are the problems a coincidence or related to the drug?
This week leaders at the U.N. adopted a declaration recognizing the need for nations to work together to address future pandemics. But questions loom. How will it be enforced? Who's footing the bill?
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio says the U.S. has lost focus over the last 20 to 30 years and economic policies need to be geared towards creating stable work for families.
The Woolsey wildfire devastated most of Paramount Ranch's Hollywood heritage in 2018. Human-driven climate change is demanding difficult decisions about what to preserve in the rebuilding process.
The Oak Fire last year threatened the Southern Sierra Miwuk Nation's way of life. Now the tribe is restoring ancient heritage sites and cultural practices in collaboration with local agencies.
The late pop culture icon once said he painted over 30,000 works of art in his lifetime, but it's rare for an authenticated Ross piece to come on the market, let alone one with this much history.
The military has long maintained that the nation's security depends on having a diverse officer corps that is ready to lead an increasingly diverse fighting force.
For the first time, the UAW is on strike against the Big 3 U.S. automakers at once. Workers at three plants have been called out so far, with more to follow Friday if there's no progress on a deal.
Around 20,000 migrant kids are starting school in New York this week. Some parents are concerned the systems can't handle the influx. Other parents say, it's an opportunity for schools to evolve.