Breonna Taylor's mother Tamika Palmer and her lawyer Lonita Baker speak with NPR's Rachel Martin about the settlement they received in the wrongful death of Taylor.
The Trump administration is now allowing liquefied natural gas to be transported by rail anywhere in the country, including major cities. Critics worry about accidents and catastrophic explosions.
NPR TV Critic Eric Deggans tells us who he thinks should win the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards with his own prize he calls The Deggys.
Many Topgun trainees are fans of Tom Cruise's classic film. However, expressing their passion for the film has consequences at the elite Navy fighter pilot program.
The Jewish High Holidays begin tonight with the celebration of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. Rabbis share how their sermons will be shaped by this year's events.
The first national-level study reveals public health consequences still persist from the "redlining" of neighborhoods in the 1930s.
At the White House Conference, President Trump said history teachers' focus on slavery has taught children to hate their country and announced a national commission to promote "patriotic" education.
Discontinued Lego sets can be worth a lot of money. Counterfeit Lego kits, made illegally in China, are scamming collectors.
After the Trump administration missed a filing deadline for court documents, a judge has ordered the wrap-up of the census to remain on hold, throwing door-knocking efforts further into uncertainty.
Recorded in a few days and released just months after the band's self-titled debut, Paranoid delivered bleak but unforgettable songs about war, corruption and trauma.
Latino voters in the swing state of Fla. are seeing a barrage of alarming messages about the election on WhatsApp and Facebook — misinformation that some fear could influence the election's outcome.
For StoryCorps, Erin Haggerty spoke with her father, George Barlow, about how his words saw her through the tough times she faced as one of the only Black kids in her Iowa City community.
The Trump administration has been planning to stop the census count at the end of this month. But a federal judge in California has just ordered those plans to be put on pause for another week.
President Trump announced a commission to promote "patriotic" education. Latino voters in Florida face election misinformation. And, Germany tries to save the development of a gas pipeline.
Produced by Ryan Murphy and packed with his signature gory excess, Ratched makes a great series of still photos, but tells a very disappointing story.