After the U.S. embargo against Cuba began, the Dominican Republic became the world's top cigar exporter. But now, talk of ending the embargo has lit up a cigar war between the two countries.
Cubans culture has dominated Miami for the last 50 years. But recently, other Latin Americans have been moving in — leading to tension around the idea that Cuban immigrants get preferential treatment.
More and more Americans are retiring to Latin America, where their money goes further. But for the Andean town of Cotacachi, Ecuador, the influx has brought challenges.
The Wisconsin congressman spoke by phone Friday with former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who chose Ryan as his running mate on the 2012 GOP presidential ticket.
Danny Boyle's new biopic, Steve Jobs, is a look at the man who made Apple mean computers, not fruit. NPR film critic Bob Mondello says it's an invigorating story told in three acts of crisis.
Also this week: Politico alleges Joe Biden leaked his son's deathbed wish that the vice president run for the White House, to help weigh a possible 2016 bid.
The Apple founder spoke with Fresh Air's Terry Gross in 1996. Later, after he was diagnosed with cancer, Jobs asked Walter Isaacson to write his biography. Isaacson spoke to Fresh Air Oct. 25, 2011.
Aaron Sorkin's new film follows the rise of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. Critic David Edelstein says the film begins with an overflowing, Shakespearean quality, but turns banal by its third act.
The NPR Politics team on a soundbite going viral: "I'm Hispanic and I vote for Mr. Trump!"
Before the Quartet was formed, Tunisia seemed doomed to walk the same path of violence, retributions and political chaos that had wreaked havoc in Egypt.
For the first time in more than a decade, there's a new treatment for patients with a common and deadly form of brain cancer.
A listener raises a question about climate coverage disclosure, and more.
It sounds like a storyline out of Hollywood, but it happened on a prison stage in front of national college debate judges.
Cosby is set to be deposed Friday regarding allegations that he molested Judy Huth in 1974, when she was 15. A judge has ruled that the testimony is to be sealed until at least Dec. 22.
The automaker is mired in an emissions cheating scandal that affects half a million cars in the U.S. and 11 million around the world.
In response to Facebook's tests of emojis to join the "Like" button, NPR readers had some advice for the company on how to handle its new emotions. Like, what about a "Meh" button?
In our weekly roundtable on the race for 2016, we're joined by The Wall Street Journal's Jeanne Cummings and AP's Jesse Holland.
Sara Jane Tribble of WCPN reports on the benefits of care coordination and the challenges in finding money to pay for it.
The group was awarded the prize for its contribution to the building of a democracy in Tunisia, in the wake of the Jasmine Revolution.
NPR’s Eric Deggans discusses "The Walking Dead," which is returning for a sixth season, and the spinoff show "Fear the Walking Dead."