The WNYC radio host joins us to discuss how New York City is handling its first Ebola case, and how residents are reacting.
David Domine bought a run-down old house in what is known as "the most haunted neighborhood in America." What he found during the renovations made him question what he thought he knew.
For the first time ever on Snap, it's a ghost story with photographic evidence. Two men living outside of Los Angeles encounter a ghost so undeniable, they have to fight to maintain their sanity.
Eliza was in bed one night when she felt someone in the room. He was cold, he was wet and he was scared. And Eliza knew exactly who he was.
Granny always told him, "Don't tell anybody about the voices." But the voices told him something else.
AR 2192, the largest sunspot seen since the beginning of the current 11-year cycle that started in 2008, is producing strong solar flares.
This year, the University of Michigan let its guard down. Kate Wells of Michigan Radio explains.
The show, by the creator of the "Doonesbury" comic strip, centers on four U.S. Senators who share a house in Washington, D.C.
The Syrian opposition forces who will be recruited to fight ISIS will be trained to defend territory, not to seize it back from the militants.
With prices up about 3 percent over last year, some customers are turning to chains like IHOP, Denny's and Chili's instead.
NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro joins us from Sao Paulo to discuss what Brazilians are saying a few days before they head to the polls.
Dr. Craig Spencer rode the subway, went bowling and took a taxi before reporting he had a fever yesterday morning.
It may seem risky, but researchers at the University of California Berkeley say it's relatively safe for motorcycles to ride between lanes.
The festival bills itself as the largest renaissance festival in the country, and is celebrating its 40 years.
Canadian terrorism expert Wesley Wark wonders if Canadian authorities missed an opportunity to arrest the attackers.
If you live in Rochester, Minn., you'll get used to seeing wheelchairs left in odd places. The city is home to the Mayo Clinic, after all. But some of those wheelchairs venture far afield indeed.
New research suggests that curiosity triggers chemical changes in the brain that help us better understand and retain information.
Many Americans are not scared to reuse old clothes for new Halloween costumes.
The National Institutes of Health in Maryland announced that the 26-year-old who was infected while caring for a Liberian patient, has no detectable virus in her blood.
Earning honors for fiction, nonfiction and young children's literature, respectively, the writers are the first to win the award. Also: The Bronx's bookstore returns, while the U.K. shows off doodles.