A federal appeals court ruled a transgender boy may sue the school board for discrimination because it banned him from using the boy's bathroom. Attorney Joshua Block talks to Lourdes Garcia Navarro.
A day after the first criminal charges related to Flint's lead tainted water were filed, residents of the Michigan city and others wonder how high up the investigation into the crisis will go.
In a Moroccan forest, desperate African migrants often camp out for months or years waiting for a chance to jump fences and walls toward two nearby Spanish enclaves — their step to Europe.
President Andrew Jackson who is the face of the $20 bill will be replaced by abolitionist leader Harriet Tubman. Lourdes Garcia-Navarro talks to Susan Ades Stone, co-founder of Women On $20s.
U.S. military officials are worried about the connections between ISIS and Boko Haram. U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power visited the African country of Chad, which is threatened by both groups.
Nearly 2 million Britons live in continental Europe, and many are concerned that their lives will be adversely affected if Britain chooses to leave the European Union in a referendum in June.
The Knoxville band's regional roots are at the center of its sound. Members Cruz Contreras and Trisha Gene Brady explain how the mountains inspire their music.
This year the task of coming up with a birthday cake fit for a queen fell to Nadiya Hussain, the winner of the most recent season of the wildly popular TV show The Great British Bake Off.
A new mattress on sale in Spain will alert you if your partner is being unfaithful. You will learn of the cheating on a mobile app. The "smartress" is equipped with a lover detection system.
After 108 years at sea, the bottle was spotted. The note inside read: "return to the British Marine Biology Association." The bottle had been tossed out as part of an experiment into currents.
Egypt is investigating several prominent human rights groups. Similar moves are taking place in neighboring countries, dashing hopes of greater freedoms generated by the Arab uprisings.
Peter Liang has been sentenced to 5 years of probation and 800 hours of community service for the accidental shooting death of an unarmed man in 2014. The sentencing touched off passionate reactions.
The woman, Nadezhda Savchenko, was a military pilot captured during the war in Eastern Ukraine, and her case has become a symbol of the conflict between the two countries.
Hillary Clinton stopped Bernie Sanders' winning streak. Clinton won New York's Democratic primary. For insight into the results, David Greene talks to civil rights leader, the Reverend Al Sharpton.
Egypt is investigating at least three prominent human rights groups, alleging they accepted foreign funding for activities the government says were designed to destabilize the country.
Donald Trump won big in Tuesday's primary — securing at least 89 delegates. David Greene talks to Carl Paladino, a Buffalo businessman, who is an honorary co-chair of Trump's New York campaign.
The presidential race heads next to Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Connecticut and Rhode Island. Those states vote on Tuesday, and look favorable to front-runners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Primary voters in New York were very good to the front-runners of both parties. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were big winners — helping both in their efforts to clinch their party's nomination.
Renee Montagne talks to Navid Khonsari, who has designed a new video game based on the Iranian revolution. The game — 1979 Revolution: Black Friday — is banned in Iran.
A large spice company recently started putting less pepper in its tins — and leaving empty space at the top of the tin. There's a technical term for that empty space: "non-functional slack fill."