Dale Earnhardt Jr. won Sunday's Daytona 500. But during a rain delay, Fox Sports showed a replay of the 2013 race won by Jimmie Johnson. Thousands of fans took to Twitter to congratulate Johnson.
Child's Pose sounds like something elementary and easy, but don't be fooled. This stunning film from Romania, a ferocious psychological drama with the pace of a thriller, is anything but simple.
David Greene talks to billionaire financier and liberal activist Tom Steyer about his position on the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Liberal activist Tom Steyer pledged to spend $100 million in the 2014 election cycle to promote his favored cause of fighting climate change. David Greene talks to Steyer about his political plans.
Hedge fund billionaires Thomas Steyer and Paul Singer are among those deploying their money to promote their issue agendas.
Jason Collins signed with the NBA's Brooklyn Nets on Sunday, becoming the first openly gay athlete active in one of the four major pro sports associations in North America.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will outline budget priorities during a news conference on Monday. A key question for the Pentagon: how to curb growth of military pay and benefits.
Joaquin Guzman remains the focus of intense law enforcement interest. The man who occupied a prominent place for years on the DEA's most-wanted list is still wanted to face trial in a U.S. courtroom.
Joaquin Guzman known as "El Chapo," was arrested during Saturday in the Pacific beach resort of Mazatlan. Multiple U.S. agencies provided intelligence that helped take down Guzman.
David Greene and Renee Montagne have the Last Word in business.
The first commercial for electronic cigarettes has aired on British TV screens. Some medical authorities fear it is sending the wrong message. Five decades ago, cigarette ads were banned in Britain.
A growing number of social apps provide anonymity to users. One of the most popular is Whisper. It allows people to share secrets without disclosing their identities.
The closing ceremony included all the pomp and pageantry you'd expect from the games. South Korea will host the Winter Olympics in 2018.
Last fall, Steve Inskeep talked to John Lippert of Bloomberg Markets magazine, about Joaquin Guzman. In this encore presentation of that interview, Lippert explains the massive business Guzman built.
David Greene talks to Dmitri Trenin, director of the independent Carnegie Moscow Center, about the weekend's dramatic developments in Ukraine, and how they affect Russia's strategic position.
When he fled Kiev, Viktor Yanukovych left behind an opulent mansion that underscores the problems many Ukrainians say plague their country: widespread government corruption and a huge income gap.
Among others, actors have thanked Oprah, Sidney Poitier and Meryl Streep. According to Slate, Streep was thanked more often than God at the Academy Awards.
The diamond worth $180,000 was swiped from a jewelry store by a man who fled on a bicycle. They're pretty sure he swallowed the loot. But they need firm evidence.
Are more eccentric artists perceived as better artists? A new study finds that part of the reason people love Lady Gaga and Vincent van Gogh is that these are very eccentric artists, and people have strong, unconscious stereotypes that eccentric artists are better artists.