The states were not counted equally well for population totals used to determine their share of political representation and federal funding for the next 10 years, a new Census Bureau report shows.
The count of pediatric cases under investigation has grown since the agency's last update, but most of the increase represents previous cases that are just now being reported.
Vangelis composed the music for Blade Runner and Chariots of Fire, which won him an Academy Award.
John Chuldenko, a grandson of former President Jimmy Carter, is shining a light on the White House vinyl collection, which is outdated. The last records were added in 1980.
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to writer Raquel Willis about Kendrick Lamar's song "Auntie Diaries" which has divided trans people with its story of how he came to accept his relatives' gender identities.
Biden said Thursday he was sending paperwork to Congress to ratify Finland and Sweden's application to join NATO. The ratification process is expected to pass with bipartisan support.
A software glitch can send power to the device's motor even when the rider is not actively engaging the hoverboard.
Book critic Maureen Corrigan has been diving into lighter literary novels and mysteries, searching for books suited for the beginning of summer. Here are some of her picks.
President Biden has invoked the Defense Production Act to try to help with the infant formula shortage. Suppliers must direct needed ingredients to formula manufacturers before filling other orders.
The widow asked the Russian soldier what he felt when he killed her husband. "Fear," he said. "I understand you probably won't be able to forgive me. But I ask for your forgiveness."
Twitter is stepping up its fight against misinformation with a new policy cracking down on posts that spread potentially dangerous false stories.
A town on the Outer Banks issued a public plea to beachgoers about the dangers of digging holes on the oceanfront just hours before a man died at a New Jersey beach when a hole collapsed on him.
European health officials say that 266 confirmed cases and 58 suspected cases of an outbreak have been reported throughout Europe and in North America. The vast majority of the cases are in children.