Because of production delays, the single-aisle, twin-engine C919 won't be on the market until at least 2018.
Authorities are investigating 20 cases of E. coli. Some of those people at Chipotles in those states. This is third outbreak of food contamination for restaurant chain since August.
The regretful first song that the country singer-songwriter composed for his group's concept album about the end of a marriage now has a video.
Backpacks and textbooks are a match made in heaven. But not too long ago, students walked to school carrying their books in their arms.
Also: House Speaker Paul Ryan won't work with President Obama on immigration; The Episcopal Church installs the first African-American as presiding bishop; and Phoenix gets some rare earthquakes.
You may not cheer when you first find yourself the target of your child's lie. But the emergence of deception in childhood may actually signal a pretty important development, says Tania Lombrozo.
Moshe Kai Cavalin earned a bachelor's from UCLA in math at age 15 and is taking online classes to get a master's in cybersecurity through Brandeis University. He works for NASA in his spare time.
Joseph Skibell's new collection of personal essays is full of offbeat life lessons, moving from whimsy to weight. And, as he puts it, though the stories are true, they're full of "imaginary things."
The government has not determined a cause of the crash. But the company that owned the Airbus A321 said the crash could have been caused by an external force.
Guinness will stop using fish bladders in its brewing process. It's something vegans and vegetarians have been petitioning the company to do for years so they too could enjoy a pint.
Many Texans still oppose the ACA even though the state is home to the most uninsured in the country. But more people and business groups are starting to feel the effects of not supporting the law.
Texas has the nation's highest rate of uninsured and a state government that doesn't support the law. Many who have not bought insurance before are often too busy to shop and don't know their options.
What's in a name? Well, a lot, it turns out if you are J.K. Rowling and wanted to write anonymously. She tells David Greene why she took a pseudonym to write a series of crime novels.
Representatives of Republican presidential campaigns met on Sunday to discuss how they want to handle the debate format going forward. The meeting took place just as word came in that a previous Republican presidential hopeful, former Tennessee senator and actor Fred Thompson, had died. He was 73.
Pennsylvania is one of 30 states that has reduced the prison population in recent years. Steve Inskeep talks to John Wetzel, the head of Pennsylvania's Department of Corrections, who says it's time to stop seeing prisons as the solution to crime.
The American drug company Pfizer is in talks to buy an Irish drug company called Allergan. If the deal goes through, Pfizer will move its legal headquarters to Ireland and reduce what it pays in corporate taxes. Steve Inskeep talks to David Wessel, director of the Hutchins Center at the Brookings Institution, to learn more.
Renee Montagne talks to Nathan Halverson of Reveal, a radio program from the Center for Investigative Reporting, about the issues associated with Saudi Arabia's largest dairy buying land in Arizona.
One of the most iconic cemeteries in New Orleans, St. Louis No. 1 Cemetery, now requires visitors to enter with a licensed tour guide or official proof that a family member is buried there.
The Kansas City Royals rallied from a two-run deficit after 8 innings to beat the New York Mets, 7-2, in 12 innings in Game 5 at Citi Field in New York. The Royals last won the series 30 years ago.
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to General Philip Breedlove, the NATO Commander for Europe, about what some are calling its biggest military challenge since the end of the Cold War: How to confront Russia.