David Greene talks to John Palys, a gay man in his 30s who is most concerned about gun control and student debt. The Pulse nightclub attack made him even more determined to back Clinton.
The fight to regain Mosul from ISIS could take weeks or longer. Steve Inskeep talks to retired General David Petraeus about what Iraqi forces are contending with in Iraq's second largest city.
U.K. officials accepted another small group of young people from a refugee camp in the northern French port city of Calais. A French court ruled the government can proceed with demolishing the camp.
David Greene and NPR reporter Greg Allen discuss the high stakes in Florida, and they hear from a voter in Miami, a Cuban-American mother of three, who is backing Donald Trump.
The unemployment rate for transgender people is double that of the general population. A new program aims to change that. It's all because of a trans woman who's employed trans people for years.
If you're a Chicago Cubs fan, it's always had to be about more than winning — until this year, when the world's most famous lovable losers have a better chance than ever to change their reputation.
Shelby Palmer was performing a midair stunt in Texas when one of his shoes came off. Awkward — his shoes were borrowed. Video posted by the Dallas Morning News shows how he got the shoe back on.
The Swedish Academy announced that Bob Dylan was the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature. The mercurial songwriter hasn't responded to the academy's invitation to a December ceremony in his honor.
James E. Cartwright pleaded guilty to making a false statement in a federal case involving a leak of classified information. The leak involved a secret cyberattack on Iran's nuclear facilities.
Golfer Se Ri Pak's rise in the late 1990s inspired young women like Tiffany Joh, one of many Korean LPGA golfers who trace their interest in the sport to seeing Pak play on TV.
Hillary Clinton's campaign is dogged by new questions about her private email server, as her team looks to expand the battleground map by campaigning in traditionally Republican states.
Most political experts agree that widespread voter fraud does not occur in the U.S. At Monday night's rally in Green Bay, Donald Trump supporters said they didn't foresee violence if he loses.
The Iraqi-led assault to take back control of Mosul from the Islamic State has begun. To get a sense of what operations on the ground look like, Renee Montagne talks to retired Colonel Peter Mansoor.
In the swing states of Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida, Republican Senate campaigns are calibrating how to run races where some GOP voters are energized, and others outraged by the party's nominee.
The new movie takes on black male intimacy. Directed by Barry Jenkins and adapted from a play by Tarell McCraney, it's a coming-of-age story of a young, black, gay man in "war on drugs" Miami.
Many immigrant groups faced prejudice and suspicion when they first arrived in the U.S. quickly turn around and exhibit the same kinds of prejudice and suspicions toward those who come after them.
Dorothy's ruby slippers from The Wizzard Of Oz are 80 years old, and have been on display at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History for more than 30 years.
According to The Financial Times, Trump's son-in-law approached an investment banker about the possibility of launching a Trump network. Trump denied the report — calling it a "false rumor."
Parents look for a place where their child will be loved and happy, but often have to make decisions based on cost and location. Researchers are looking for a rich developmental experience.
In Samsung's home country, the conglomerate was already feeling the heat in more ways than one.