Unilever is claiming that the label on Hampton Creek's egg-free spread is misleading and is threatening to its Hellmann's brand. But marketing experts say the strategy may have backfired.
Ron Riveira, who served in the Navy and Marines, now does hospice care for vets and says it allows him to help people like his grandparents. "Every time I go into a home, I see a piece of my family."
The creator of Love and Basketball has a new film out called Beyond the Lights. "For me it's just about putting people of color in every genre and making it become normal," she says.
The astrophysicist has been tweeting about the science behind the film. In an interview with NPR, Tyson goes beyond those tweets, into wormholes, relativity and even some spoilers.
With Obamacare signups resuming this week, California and Connecticut have deployed new strategies to reach people who resisted signing up last year. Step one: Avoid previous cultural gaffes.
Don Blankenship is accused of defying safety regulators when he ran the Upper Big Branch coal mine in West Virginia. A blast at the mine killed 29 people in 2010.
A Shanghai hotel moved dozens of beds into a giant room, and served croissants and noodles to 388 people. That broke the previous record of 288.
Earlier this week, we reported on a story that suggested Led Zeppelin had been offered a lot of money to reunite, but it appears there have been no offers for a band reunion.
Health officials in Switzerland say they're planning to test some experimental Ebola therapies in West Africa next month. The tests will take place at Ebola clinics set up by Doctors Without Borders.
An NPR investigation into the regulatory loophole that allows mine owners to ignore government regulators and operate unsafe mines. For years, the mine owners have failed to pay penalties even as workers are injured.
Since the 1960s, sterilization has been a prevalent method of contraception for women in India. Thirty-seven percent of married women have undergone the procedure, according to recent U.N. estimates. Renee Montagne talks to Annie Gowen, India correspondent for "The Washington Post," about the recent botched sterilizations in a hospital in central India, and to what extent government policies are to blame for the mishandled surgeries.
The lame-duck session of Congress got underway on Wednesday as new members of the 114th Congress were arriving on Capitol Hill for orientation. The incoming Congress will have the first black female Republican, a record number of women and the biggest GOP majority in the House since before World War II.
Russia's defense minister has announced that long-range strategic bombers will go on patrol missions from the Arctic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico. David Greene reports.
Carol Ann Susi played Howard Wolowitz's mother Debbie on the "Big Bang Theory." While her character was unseen on camera, there was no mistaking her voice when she yelled, "Howard." David Greene and Renee Montagne report.
Egypt's president has issued a decree that could clear the way for two Al Jazeera journalists to be released to their home countries.
In Myanmar, a journalist opposed to the country's military government was recently shot dead while in army custody. Renee Montagne talks to Ma Thida, a writer, poet and longtime aid to democracy leader Aung San Suii Kyi. Thida is in the U.S. working with the writer's organization PEN to set up a branch in Myanmar.
President Obama is in Myanmar amid U.S. concerns that the country's progress toward true democracy is not running smoothly.
U.S. and China cut major deal to reduce emissions, but Congress isn't likely to play along. And experts who've parsed the numbers offered by the two countries say it's not enough to keep climate from overheating seriously. On the other hand, it's seen as a benchmark by which governments can be held accountable, and also a nod to companies that are eager to capitalize on renewable energy.
A record-breaking auction was held at Christie's International in New York on Wednesday. The event had been hyped for months, and it attracted some of the world's richest collectors.
Despite all the nice words about working together, the new Republican Congress and the president are hurtling toward a huge confrontation — about immigration. The president is planning to use his executive authority to offer temporary deportation relief to certain groups of immigrants. The Republicans say if he does, all bets are off.