A hunger researcher and two restaurateurs teamed up to open EAT Café, a restaurant that aims to provide a sit-down dining experience even to people who typically can't afford to eat at restaurants.
Other companies like Google and Facebook have also been making moves to boost their understanding of AI as they look to their future.
Tom Vilsack, a former governor of Iowa, has for years urged fellow Democrats that the party needs to reach out to the demographic.
Dominic Ongwen, who was kidnapped by the Lord's Resistance Army when he was a boy, pleaded not guilty to 70 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Uganda. He was nicknamed the White Ant.
A quirky carousel designed by pop artist Red Grooms started delighting tourists and families in the late-1990s. Then it was abruptly taken down.
Obama has designated 27 national monuments during his presidency. And a coalition of American Indian tribes are hoping he'll take action on at least one more.
December is a busy time for all of us — but it's perhaps busiest for high school seniors and their families.
The president-elect complained about possible cost overruns of a new version of Air Force One, picking a fight with Boeing, the American aircraft-maker.
The blaze claimed 36 lives, making it one of the country's most fatal building fires in the last 50 years.
The unanimous decision means that if Samsung swiped the design for one part of a phone from Apple, it may not need to hand over profits from the entire device. The case goes back to a lower court.
After years of playing Michigan's DIY scene, Chura is releasing her debut album, Messes, in January. "Spotted Gold" is the first single.
The two will face off for Album Of The Year, along with Drake, Justin Bieber and Sturgill Simpson. Other top nominees include Rihanna, Kanye West and Chance The Rapper.
Press tours with networks and cable companies give TV critics an opportunity to have Q&A sessions with top executives. This year, many executives will skip a big one in LA — and that concerns critics.
The chorus-less, frenetic power-pop song narrates a string of feelings — the laundromat, the grocery store, the angry dad, the White Castle — that regulate our existence.
Also: President-elect Trump visits North Carolina for one of his "Thank You" rallies; the U.S. will return land to Japan on Okinawa; and a transformer fire caused foam to fill a Philadelphia street.
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Next time you get a Brazilian wax or do a little manscaping you may be getting more than you bargained for. Banishing hair downstairs may increase the risk of sexually transmitted infections.
We take a chronological audio stroll through 2016, looking at memorable moments and important releases with NPR Music's Ann Powers and Stephen Thompson.
This supercut of David Schwimmer as Robert Kardashian in The People vs. O.J. Simpson has got more 'Juice's than a breakfast buffet.
Derick Almena leased and managed the warehouse known as "Ghost Ship," which burned down over the weekend, killing at least 36 people. He gave an agonized, frequently tense interview on the Today show.