A Democratic-led committee will probe efforts by the Trump-era U.S. Department of Justice to seize metadata from devices belonging to members of Congress, journalists and the then-White House counsel.
Even before Invisibilia looked into the viral sensation of Norwegian Slow TV, NPR has had its share of "ambient media" pieces, with stories dating back to the 1970s.
NPR has won the Pulitzer Prize for Audio Reporting for No Compromise, a podcast about the role of the far right in American gun culture, co-produced with member stations KCUR and WABE.
Committee officials who give out the prestigious prize in journalism and the arts said Frazier's recording highlighted "the crucial role of citizens in journalists' quests for truth and justice."
A plane carrying dozens of journalists abroad to follow President Biden's trip to Europe was delayed several hours due to cicadas that filled the plane's engine.
The Nobel Peace Prize winner posed for a cover portrait and spoke openly in an interview. One of her remarks about marriage has prompted vitriolic responses on social media in her homeland.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with sports journalist Julie DiCaro about Naomi Osaka's decision to avoid the French Open's media availability.
A new survey from the polling firm PRRI breaks down conspiracy theory acceptance by religious group, level of education, and sources of news and information, among other things.
NPR's newest radio host comes from member station KPCC in Los Angeles with a background in sports talk-radio and a commitment to telling stories about the immigrant experience.
Karine Jean-Pierre is the first Black spokeswoman to take questions from the White House podium since the 1990s.
In 1987, NPR's Patricia Neighmond first profiled Archie Harrison, a young man living with HIV. What followed was a year of highs and lows, of recovery and acceptance.
The passenger flight carrying Roman Protasevich, the former editor of an opposition social media channel, made an emergency landing after reports of a bomb on board. No explosives were found.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Sarah Jones about her recent essay in The Intelligencer. It's about ethics violations CNN and the AP and the two different outcomes for journalists involved.
The former BBC reporter said his interview with Diana didn't factor into her life's downward spiral following the interview. "Everything we did in terms of the interview was as she wanted," he says.
Hedge fund Alden Global Capital, known for making deep newsroom cuts, won approval to acquire Tribune Publishing, which includes the Chicago Tribune, The Baltimore Sun and New York Daily News.