Renee Montagne talks to the BBC 's Jonny Dymond about the campaign to persuade British voters to stay in or leave the EU. The stay in camp was once ahead but polls now show voters are evenly split.
Renee Montagne talks to N.C. House Democrat Larry Bell about a call from a constituent that's made him rethink his "yes" vote in support of the state's controversial transgender bathroom measure.
Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders squared off in New York Thursday night — ahead of that state's crucial primary on Tuesday.
Dilma Rousseff was elected twice as the country's economy soared. But a bruising recession is now seen as the leading reason many Brazilians have turned against her.
Washington stars as Anita Hill in the new HBO film Confirmation. She was 14 during the 1991 hearings, and says it was the first time she remembers her parents having different points of view.
Organizing for Action is now deep in the battle over confirming the president's nominee to the Supreme Court.
The women, now in their 80s, say they live on Lesbos because their parents came to the island as refugees a century ago. Pope Francis will highlight the plight of all migrants on a visit Saturday.
You may not think of tending a drawbridge as a dream job. But "executives who make hundreds of thousands of dollars do not have my view," says Barb Abelhauser. "And I'm getting paid to stop and look."
Together We Bake is a bakery in Alexandria, Va. that supplies granola, cookies and kale chips to local eateries. It's also a job-training program for women — many of whom have criminal records.
Most people assume that delegates to the GOP convention are bound, at least at first, to a candidate. The convention starts by rewriting the rules, so things could be done differently this year.
Show creators ruled out advanced copies to anyone, and then the White House called. They said that when the commander-in-chief asks for advanced episodes, "What are you gonna do?"
Three people robbed a bar at gunpoint in Billings, Mont. Surveillance video shows a man and a woman kissing throughout the robbery. They didn't even notice what was going on.
The Golden State Warriors broke the NBA record for most wins in a season. Steve Inskeep talks to Diamond Leung, who covers the team for the "San Jose Mercury News" and was there Wednesday night.
On the eve of a Democratic presidential debate, Bernie Sanders held a monster rally in Manhattan's Washington Square Park. Polls favor Hillary Clinton but Sanders has won 8 out of the last 9 contests.
The U.S. is in talks with Egypt and Israel about withdrawing some troops posted on a peacekeeping mission. The area is a hotbed of ISIS activity and the lightly defended bases are in potential danger.
Peabody Energy, the largest coal company in the United States, filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday. The company is the second major coal company based in St. Louis to file for Chapter 11 protection. What impact will that have on the city?
Russian President Vladimir Putin will be on the phone for hours Thursday with callers from around Russia. He's taking questions from the public during his annual highly choreographed call-in show. Steve Inskeep talks to Andrew Roth, who reports for "The Washington Post" in Moscow.
As the Republican Party grapples with its complex rules guiding the allocation of delegates to presidential candidates, Steve Inskeep talks to an unbound delegate from North Dakota, Curly Haughland.
The Broadway hit tells the story of the American Revolution with a multi-racial cast and hip-hop music. The point is to make American history a lot more exciting than how it's often taught in school.
Steve Inskeep talks to Syrian doctor Rami Kalazi, who's in the city of Aleppo, about if the cessation of hostilities, that went into effect in February, has calmed things were he lives.