David Greene talks to former British Ambassador to the U.S. Peter Westmacott about the results of the Brexit referendum in Britain.
Final results of the Brexit vote have been announced: The U.K. will leave the European Union. We get results and analysis of Britain's EU referendum from NPR's Frank Langfitt in London, Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson in Berlin and Jim Zarroli in New York on the market reaction.
Cameron Crowe's new show Roadies chronicles the backstage world of rock-n-roll, focusing on roadies. The long-awaited show, a comedic drama, premieres Sunday on Showtime.
The high court deadlocked on one major issue but decided another — handing President Obama a setback on immigration but affirming a constitutional role for affirmative action in college admissions.
Vote totals confirm that Britain will be leaving the European Union. Reporter Lauren Frayer, NPR's John Ydstie and Suzanne Lynch of The Irish Times, report on the outcome of Thursday's referendum.
Hillary Clinton's financial advantage gives her campaign the opportunity to own the airwaves. With her high negative ratings, the campaign is using ads to reintroduce Clinton to voters in key states.
The court's tie vote blocked the administration's controversial attempt to help millions of unauthorized immigrant families. The case goes back to the court of a conservative federal judge in Texas.
Together with his brother Carter, the Stanley Brothers created a smooth duet sound but it was Ralph's a capella rendition of "O Death" that took his name and voice beyond the bluegrass audience.
British voters opt to leave the 28-nation EU bloc. David Rennie, of "The Economist" explains the impact of the vote on the U.S. economy. NPR's Corey Flintoff talks about if Russia could be an unlikely beneficiary of Brexit.
The police officer facing the most serious charges in the death of Freddie Gray has been acquitted on all counts. That's prompting calls for prosecutors to reconsider charges against other officers.
It was Latin Night at Pulse when a gunman opened fire inside the Orlando club, killing 49 people and inuring dozens more. Nearly two weeks later, the LGBT club again hosted Latin Night.
As more chefs experiment with microorganisms to transform ingredients and create new flavors, fermentation has gone from ancient preservation technique to culinary tool du jour.
Before the Orlando shooting, the deadliest attack on LGBT people in the U.S. happened at a New Orleans gay bar. Decades later, a pastor recalls the fire's brutal — but, somehow, hopeful — aftermath.
By a 4-3 vote, the Supreme Court has upheld the use of race in admissions at the University of Texas at Austin. Much of higher education welcomed the decision.
An armed man is reportedly dead after a SWAT team was sent into a cinema in a small town near Mannheim.
A Baltimore judge has rendered a verdict in the case against the officer who faced the most serious counts of six officers charged in connection with Gray's death in April of 2015.
Two major decisions from the high court Thursday: one upholding affirmative action in college admissions, and one shelving President Obama's program protecting immigrants in the country illegally.
Police in Piscataway, N.J., say a truck carrying a load of deli meat collided with a truck carrying bread. In Providence, R.I., $20,000 vanished when the back door of an armored car popped open.
For Iceland, with its population of about 300,000 people, just being in a round of the European Championship was a big deal. It is the smallest country in the tournament ever.
Donald Trump is taking a detour from his presidential election campaign and heading to Scotland to visit one of his luxury golf resorts. David Greene talks to Scottish MP Alex Salmond.