On this week's +1 Podcast, we talk with producer, DJ and musician Mark Ronson about the allure of vintage sounds, and why he chose to build his career around making the old sound new again.
Also this week: What the Washington Nationals dugout clash between Jonathan Papelbon and Bryce Harper says about the culture of baseball.
Since the 1980s, Democrats have had a serious presidential candidate pressing the need for generational change. But now Republicans have the young candidates, and Rubio is running as the fresh face.
Sanders could find himself having to uncomfortably explain his past positions on gun control, to his possible political peril.
Bet you never thought you'd see IUDs promoted on cheery subway posters. But New York City's health department wants women to realize that the long-term birth control is a good choice for many.
Once owned by the inmates of Nazi concentration camps, the violins are now part of a three-month exhibit in Cleveland.
A new study finds that many women with early stage breast cancer don't benefit from chemotherapy.
The Raleigh native's trajectory is both exceptional and what should always be the result of the combination of clear-minded determination and the exercise of god-given talent.
Also: You can't drink tap water in Flint, Michigan because of the lead; Hurricane Joaquin will move east of the U.S.; and the Earls of Leicester win big at the International Bluegrass Music Awards.
The Vatican says Francis did not ask for a meeting with Kim Davis, who was jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, and should not be seen as supporting Davis' stance.
What's in a name? For tech entrepreneur Dame Stephanie Shirley, bidding contracts under the name "Steve" enabled her to launch and grow a freelance software company with a virtually all-female staff.
Behavioral economist Dan Ariely says we work hard not because we have to, but because we want to. He examines the intrinsic values we need to feel motivated to work.
Psychologist Barry Schwartz says our current thinking about work focuses too much on paychecks and too little on ways we can find fulfillment — even in jobs many might consider mundane.
Drawing from an experiment with chickens, entrepreneur Margaret Heffernan explains how our cultural obsession with individual success is threatening our potential for collaboration and productivity.
The Department of Labor reported the September jobs numbers in its latest report. New jobs fell short of what most economists had forecast.
There are few shows in comedy with the influence of Saturday Night Live, and few producers with the influence of SNL creator Lorne Michaels. The latest season premieres this weekend.
It's Name That Tune for especially careful listeners: Hear a series of drum fills and match them to the songs.
Responding to a flood of interest, the Vatican says the private meeting shouldn't be seen as an endorsement of all of Davis' views.
Jojo Moyes' followup to her 2012 bestseller Me Before You picks up with heroine Lou, heartbroken after the death of her love Will. Stuck in a bad job and numb with grief, Lou must build a new world.
Airport authorities found scorpions in Paris and confusion in Denver.