Tensions are rising inside the E.U. over issues of migration and Russia. Renee Montagne talks to Lamberto Zannier, secretary general of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe.
Eugene Monroe tells Mary Louise Kelly that the NFL should stop testing players for marijuana. He reasons that players should be allowed to use the drug for medical purposes to treat chronic pain.
After intelligence reports that China may build an airfield on Scarborough in the South China Sea, U.S. warplanes flew sorties near the disputed shoal — a not so subtle warning.
The U. S. is the proud owner of the world's largest deadweight machine, used to calibrate high-tech measurement devices. Repairing it recently was risky, using 50 year-old tools. No toes were smashed.
There's a private art gallery at CIA headquarters — who knew? Museum director Toni Hiley says the agency has a young workforce and the collection of art and artifacts helps them learn from the past.
Marie Sayenga saw her local government needed improvement. So, while raising a family on her own, she stepped up and ran for office in the 1950s.
Mary Louise Kelly talks with Associated Press reporter Raphael Satter, who's at the airport in Paris where Flight 804 took off Wednesday bound for Cairo. It's believed to have crashed into the sea.
NPR's Russell Lewis, who covers aviation, and Emily Harris in Cairo have the latest on the airliner that went missing en route from Paris with 66 people aboard.
Aviation analyst Alex Macheras in London and NPR's Emily Harris in Cairo have the latest on the missing airliner that's presumed to have crashed into the ocean.
David Kirkpatrick of the New York Times in Cairo and NPR's Eleanor Beardsley in Paris have the latest on the missing EgyptAir airliner.
Egyptian officials warn reporters that the plane is "missing" and not to assume anything else. For more of what's going on in the Egyptian capital Cairo, Renee Montagne talks to Emily Harris.
Egypt and French officials offer condolences to families. Renee Montagne talks to NPR's Eleanor Beardsley and H.A. Hellyer at the Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East at the Atlantic Council.
Greece's defense minister says its air traffic controllers tracked the plane as it fell before it disappeared. Mary Louise Kelly talks to NPR's Russell Lewis and aviation analyst Alex Macheras.
Francois Hollande said the details available to French authorities confirm that the plane crashed. Mary Louise Kelly talks to NPR's Eleanor Beardsley and Tarek El-Tablawy, who reports for Bloomberg.
With so many people emailing and texting, mail carriers in Finland found themselves with time on their hands. Their monthly lawn mowing service starts at $75 and goes up if you have a big yard.
Chinese newspapers have reported that 11-year-old Tuan Tuan died of distemper. Not so, the Taipei Zoo says — releasing photos of the panda, complete with recent newspapers, as evidence.
A flight from Paris to Cairo disappeared from radar after arriving into Egyptian airspace. Renee Montagne talks to Todd Curtis, of the website AirSafe, and NPR's Eleanor Beardsley and Russell Lewis.
Renee Montagne talks to NPR's Russell Lewis and Eleanor Beardsley — as well as Declan Walsh, who is "The New York Times" bureau chief in Cairo.
Sixty-six people were on the plane when it disappeared during a flight from Paris to Cairo. Renee Montagne talks to NPR's Eleanor Beardsley and Russel Lewis and Alex Macheras, an aviation analyst.
Renee Montagne talks to David Shulkin, under secretary for Health for the Department of Veterans Affairs, about how the VA plans to fix the Veterans Choice Program.