Alt.Latino samples some of the Latin artists who've performed in NPR's one-of-a-kind concert series.
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First American Fried Chicken, owned by the family of the suspect in the Manhattan bombings, is the latest eatery to see reviews plummet based on more than food. Some attacks can cross into real life.
The breathtaking sadness of seeing a young boy suffering in Syria's civil war has prompted a breathtaking offer of hospitality and friendship.
Can't see The Boss in concert? Pick up his new memoir, which begins with 7-year-old Springsteen watching Elvis on TV. From $3-a-night shows to swooning stadiums, it's a wild and well-written ride.
The district is in the midst of a big fight over its House seat, with incumbent Republican Rep. Bruce Poliquin trying to fend off Democrat Emily Cain.
The city of Yichang is calling on couples to serve their country by having a second child, even as harsh fines are announced for families in Beijing who violate the rules on having more than two kids.
Police say a protester was shot, but not by an officer. Gov. Pat McCrory imposed a state of emergency.
The New York composer is one of 23 individuals picked this year for the prestigious annual prize, which comes with $625,000.
Two books about two crucial years in the story of rock and roll, taken together, reveal how the genre shrank to become the playground of white men with guitars.
Two dozen luminaries — from Terry Gross to Mel Brooks, Morgan Freeman to Louise Glück — get laurels Thursday, as President Obama awards the National Medals of Arts and National Humanities Medals.
Emma Donoghue's latest follows a nurse in 19th century Ireland who agrees to monitor a famed fasting girl. But both the unsympathetic nurse and the credulous villagers are hard to like or understand.
"There are no lyrics," Neige says of the gracefully savage track. "It's just vocal improvisation like Cocteau Twins or Dead Can Dance were doing back in the day."
Classes were canceled and traffic was chaotic because of the large-scale power outage. The government-run power company said half of its customers should have power by the end of the day.
Police shootings in Tulsa, Okla., and Charlotte, N.C., sparked protests in those cities this week. At one, a protester said, "All of these are my people. So when one of is hurt, all of us is hurt."
Charlotte, N.C., Mayor Jennifer Roberts talks with Steve Inskeep about the fatal shooting of a black man by police and the subsequent protests in her city. One person was killed overnight.
"What happens if you get pregnant? Are we going to be stuck with Tim Kaine for nine months?" host Zach Galifianakis asks.
After a fatal police shooting on Tuesday, the city has seen two days of peaceful demonstrations and violent protests. One man was shot at a protest Wednesday night and is on life support.
The New York band's new video for "The Closing Door" tells a sunny coming-of-age story.
By delivering a major address on issues around disability and employment, Hillary Clinton put a focus on a large group of voters who often feel ignored.