Glynn's position in the Honor Society is threatened by the French Revolution.
The oil and gas boom has not only brought jobs and prosperity to states like Wyoming, but also a dangerous spike in traffic and accidents.
Blanton sits down with host Michael Feinstein to discuss what makes a song memorable. Blanton performs her own "Smoke Alarm," and Feinstein joins in for the standard "Two Sleepy People."
Latin is still spoken in more than 400 churches each Sunday. It's finding new converts among a group of young people in Miami.
The comments by the justice minister came in an interview to Reuters news agency nearly six months after the military overthrew the government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
Jude Joffe-Block of KJZZ watched the president's speech with a group of activists in Phoenix, and described the mood as bittersweet.
Coltrane and host Marian McPartland discuss his family's musical heritage and his individual approach to music, with performances of "Naima" and Giant Steps," in a session from 2000.
Screenings of the latest "Hunger Games" movie have been canceled, and students flashing the film's three-finger salute have been arrested.
A fungus consumes a worm and sprouts out of its head. The resulting ... thing ... is deemed an aphrodisiac and sells for more than gold. How do you keep people from killing each other to harvest it?
Coulson, who was found guilty of conspiracy to hack personal voicemails, was released today after serving less than five months of his 18-month sentence.
Handler, better known as Lemony Snicket, hosted Wednesday's ceremony — and made a few racially charged jokes while doing so. He apologized after a backlash Thursday. Also: A Beach Boy plans a memoir.
House Republicans have been threatening to sue President Obama over executive actions he's taken on the Affordable Care Act. Today, they pulled the trigger.
Republican Rep. John Boehner delivered a statement Friday in reaction to President Obama's immigration address, saying Obama is damaging the presidency.
Johnson holds dual U.S.-U.K. citizenship, but hasn't lived in the U.S. since he was 5. He told WAMU's Diane Rehm Show that he had been billed for capital gains on the sale of his first home.
From Shetland and Orkney to the Hebrides, the Isle of Man and Rathlin Island, this week's diverse choice of music is far from insular.
Revisiting an archival interview with the late Louisiana songwriter.
When patients are harmed by a medical error, they rarely are told about it or given an apology, according to a study based ProPublica's Patient Harm Questionnaire.
The inventive and unpredictable slide-guitar player performs some of his zydeco-influenced songs.
In a newly released video, Holder has messages for law enforcement agents as well as for those protesting the police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Hear a performance from the Texas native, whose distinctive voice evokes classic jazz singers.