How each candidate has framed their closing argument — and the strategies for victory on Election Day.
The ice hockey legend marks the 99th anniversary of the NHL with his new book 99: Stories of the Game. Never mind the sport's tough guy reputation; "the game of hockey is an art," Gretzky says.
Open offices are often said to promote teamwork and communication, but the benefits come with a drawback. Office workers are also distracted by coughs, loud conversations and other annoying noises.
The most common challenge parents face when looking for child care is the high cost. At an average cost of $10,000 a year, infant child care rivals a year's tuition at a state college or university.
The 112th edition of the Series pits two of Major League Baseball's franchises with the longest World Series droughts. By the time of the first pitch fans in Cleveland already were ecstatic.
That's despite far fewer people making the treacherous passage. The U.N. says smugglers set people off on mass embarkations on "flimsy inflatable rafts that often do not make the journey."
Beatty won for The Sellout, a satire hailed as hilarious about the fraught subject of race in the U.S. The competition was opened recently to any author writing in English and published in the U.K.
The plan could include cash payments to individuals and communities that have been affected by the outbreak. But it has its critics.
The case has raised questions about the NFL's willingness to punish domestic abusers. "Our beliefs, our judgments and our decisions were misguided," the team's president said.
Going on patrol along the U.S.-Mexico border with the Three Percent United Patriots — amped up and equipped with night vision goggles — felt like going to war, says journalist Shane Bauer.
At 36 and without a partner, Liv Aannestad has chosen to become a mother. Eighteen years ago Pam Rector went through a similar process. Pam tells Liv that being single doesn't mean you're on your own.
It's life imitating art — election edition. A look at movies that have covered ground that's been well trod this campaign season, like A Face in the Crowd and The Lion in Winter and Ace in the Hole.
An MIT project rolled out just in time for Halloween uses artificial intelligence to generate horror images.
North Korea apparently attempted another ballistic missile launch last week. The launch failed, but U.S. intelligence officials warn the country is learning from these mistakes.
The band revisits the psychedelic spirituality of its debut album on its latest release, K 2.0. Hear the performance and conversation.
Our poetry reviewer, Tess Taylor, praises the most recent collection by W.S. Merwin called, Garden Time.
The U.S. Census Bureau may add a new category to its 2020 form for people of Middle Eastern or North African descent. The category — called "MENA" for short — encompasses a broad range of people and identities.
NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to Harvard Law Professor Alex Whiting about the future of the International Criminal Court.
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks to Toyota of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, dealer Jim Boyle, who he previously spoke to last fall when he was an uncommitted Republican. Boyle says he is now supporting Donald Trump after meeting him face-to-face.
NPR's Robert Siegel checks back in with Artemio Muniz, chairman of the Federation of Hispanic Republicans in Texas. Back in July at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Muniz was a self-described "leave it blank" uncommitted delegate because he said he was unsure about who to vote for. At the time, Muniz said he was undecided about Donald Trump.