The winners included Adam Johnson in fiction, Ta-Nehisi Coates in nonfiction, Robin Coste Lewis in poetry and Neal Shusterman in young people's literature.
Steve Inskeep talks to journalist Ben Taub, who has a piece in The New Yorker, about why Belgium has been a center for radical terrorists in recent years.
Paris is a city still on edge — especially after Wednesday's raid on a northern suburb. We here from a French TV correspondent who talked to residents where the attack happened
Former NFL players who are fighting the settlement terms will have their say in a federal appeals courtroom in Philadelphia on Thursday. Payouts for the potential $1 billion settlement are on hold.
Paris is a city that is still full of tension after Wednesday's violent raid on a Paris suburb. Authorities in Germany have stepped up security measures after Friday's attacks in Paris.
As Paris tries to recover from the terror attacks, people who planned to travel there seem to be conflicted about whether to go. Airlines reacted quickly, allowing travelers to rebook their flights.
Over 560,000 people lived on the street or in homeless shelters this year — a 2 percent drop, according to the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Still, many say the numbers are unreliable.
Muslim residents of Brussels are holding a rally in the city to protest the Paris attacks and proclaim their opposition to the so-called Islamic State.
Sanders is set to give a speech Thursday explaining Democratic socialism to voters. There's a long history of big political speeches designed to take on and neutralize a lingering concern of voters.
French planes bombed the Islamic State's self-declared capital Raqqa in Syria this week. The U.S. gave them a target list. Steve Inskeep talks to Anne Bernard of The New York Times, who's in Beirut.
After the early morning raid in Saint Denis, a northern suburb of Paris, French President Francois Hollande reminded everyone that France is at war with terrorists.
Presidential candidates have mostly stayed away from discussing the National Security Agency's surveillance programs. That's quickly changing.
The extradition of drug kingpin Caesar Gastelum Serrano to the U.S. signals Mexico's new willingness to send accused narco-traffickers across the border.
At one of the memorials to the Paris attacks, two strangers met and started an friendship. Both had witnessed the carnage at the Bataclan theatre, and both are struggling to move on with their lives.
A bullet ran through 19-year-old Emma Parkinson's body, from her thigh to her hip. Her aunt told ABC Australia that Emma is doing much better now that her mother is by her side.
Researchers find that wage cuts endured by workers whose peers do not have their wages cut are much more painful and detrimental to morale than wage cuts that are experienced by everyone on a team.
It's difficult for regulators to stop companies that flout the Do Not Call Registry. Robocalls can come from overseas, making them hard to regulate, and they often spoof caller IDs.
Governor Jay Inslee, a Democrat, talks to Steve Inskeep about why he feels it's important to support refugees fleeing Syria's civil war. Inslee has received criticism from people in his state.
Police surround an apartment in Saint Denis, a northern suburb of Paris. When they burst in, a woman blew herself up using a suicide vest. It's unclear if the target of the raid was in the apartment.
Sounds of gunfire and explosions outside an apartment in the northern Paris suburb were heard before dawn. Police raided an apartment looking for the man responsible for Friday's attacks in Paris.