A bill initially planned for a vote today fell through last night, when women Republicans objected to rape exception language.
On Alt.Latino, hear from an educator whose life's work is to bring classical music to young Latinos.
People from 7 months to 70 years old have fallen ill, and one quarter of the victims have been hospitalized. California officials say it's proof yet again of how easily measles spreads.
The ECB will begin buying up eurozone member government bonds in a bid to stimulate Europe's flagging economy. America's Federal Reserve had a similar program that aided recovery from its 2008 crisis.
The sisters perform seven songs, their voices accompanied by guitar, piano, cello and mandolin.
Our reviewer Alan Cheuse has rapturous praise for Edith Pearlman's new story collection: "The first thing I wanted to do after finishing, well, I wanted to go right back and start from the beginning.
The Israeli leader will now address a joint meeting of Congress March 3, three weeks after he was originally scheduled to speak after an invitation on Wednesday by House Speaker John Boehner.
Every correct answer contains the letters H-I-L-L. What phrase metaphorically refers to a fatal weak spot? If you slay this round, then perhaps you don't have one of these when it comes to trivia.
Stars sell movies. Be honest: would you rather watch Snakes on a Plane or "Snakes on a John Wayne"? In this game, contestants replace words in movie titles with rhyming celebrity names.
Get on that midnight train to...North Korea?? Guess what US state actually completes these lyrics as Jonathan Coulton sings famous songs with the wrong geographic regions in their titles.
Grab your oversized porous foam digit, because in this game, contestants must decipher the names of college sports teams from an overly literal explanation. Go athlete! Do the sport!
It's going down at Ask Me Another! Don't crumble or stumble under the pressure, because in this game contestants have to think of words that end in "-umble." So let's get ready to...
The polymath musician behind the Mountain Goats, and author of Wolf In White Van shares some heartfelt musings on death metal and creative expression. Plus, a special live performance.
Why do the names of cocktails, wrestling moves and old-timey occupations sound so alike? All the clues in this game fit into one of these three categories.
You're a new Peace Corps volunteer in Ghana. A villager comes by. Do you a) give a high five b) nod your head respectfully or c) squat and say "n naa."
The Scottish singer-guitarist channels a millennium of traditional songcraft on his upcoming album.
His comments come amid reports that 11 of 12 footballs used by the New England Patriots in the AFC championship game were underinflated — an apparent advantage. The NFL is investigating the matter.
The European Central Bank chief said the bank will buy 60 billion euros' worth of bonds each month until either September 2016 or inflation reaches about 2 percent.
The Newtown Legislative Council voted to tear down the 3,100 square foot home. The house is where gunman Adam Lanza killed his mother before his shooting spree at the elementary school.
Also: A California measles outbreak spreads; El Salvador pardons a jailed woman who got an abortion; and workers glue back the beard from King Tut's golden mask after it's accidentally broken.