The Google Street View project has sent cars to photograph places around the world, but it has never been to the Faroe Islands. Some islanders have found a unique way to put itself on the map.
In an interview with NPR's Steve Inskeep, Paul Ryan was optimistic that the presumptive GOP nominee would come around on free trade pacts, and the controversial tone he's used on the campaign trial.
Philando Castile spent his driving career trapped in a seemingly endless cycle of traffic stops, fines, court appearances, revocations and reinstatements, raising questions about bias, race and luck.
Anthony Merkerson's son was diagnosed with autism. Then, his younger daughter was, too. "It was a heavy load," he says, 'til he started getting advice from another father farther along the same path.
After last week's police shootings, Facebook received a flood of complaints, with users calling out posts as hate speech. According to Facebook insiders, the company was not prepared.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg has apologized for remarks she made about Donald Trump. NPR's Nina Totenberg has the latest.
After a series of bailouts and bank runs, Greeks are believed to be hoarding billions of Euros, and avoiding taxes. The dogs will be trained to smell cash.
The bear got into the Subaru but it couldn't get out. A sheriff's deputy decided to open the hatch and stand clear, while another deputy waited with a shotgun just in case.
The Republican National Convention rules committee meets on Thursday in Cleveland, where anti-Trump forces will be making their last ditch efforts to throw the convention open to a contested vote.
Steve Inskeep talks to journalist Yasmine El Rashidi about her debut novel, Chronicle of a Last Summer. It follows a young Egyptian whose life and country change over three turbulent summers.
One of the perks of being in the European Union is easy travel. Flights are cheap and there are no border checks between most of the countries.
Archeologists in Israel have unearthed an ancient cemetery believed to be the final resting place of some 200 Philistines. They hope the bones will show a new side of the notorious biblical people.
Sessions was the first sitting senator to endorse Trump's candidacy. He's campaigned with Trump and serves as an important ally for the candidate that the GOP leadership still hasn't fully embraced.
Steve Inskeep talks to Mayor Christopher Coleman of St. Paul, Minnesota, who participated in President Obama's meeting about policing reform on Wednesday. Philando Castile was killed by a police officer in a St. Paul suburb last week, and more than 100 protesters have been arrested in and near St. Paul since then.
So far this tourist season, there have been two fatal accidents at Yellowstone National Park. And, you may have heard about the baby bison that had to be euthanized after tourists put it in their car.
Baghdad has been hit recently with a string of bombings including the deadliest attack since the American-led war there officially ended. Renee Montagne talks to Liz Sly of The Washington Post.
The Cabinet member who is best known in the U.S. is Boris Johnson, the former mayor of London, and a leader of the campaign to withdraw Britain from the European Union. He's the new foreign secretary.
Hillary Clinton will soon announce her choice for vice president. On Thursday, she campaigns with Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine. Online odds makers put Kaine at the top of Clinton's short list.
Donald Trump has built his brand and political career based on his business success. Steve Inskeep talks to investigative reporter Michael Isikoff, who's been examining Trump's business career.
Why is it so hard to connect people with therapists? Insurance bureaucracy cuts both ways, it turns out. Patients have trouble finding therapists in networks. And therapist have trouble joining them.