NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to Paul Rogers, editor and senior writer for "Sonics Rising," an SB Nation blog, about the incredible loss and sadness Seattle Sonics fans feel now that the team is doing so well as the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Earlier this month, voters in Austin, Texas, rejected an effort to overturn the city's rules for ride-hailing companies. Uber and Lyft tried to prevent fingerprinting of their drivers, and now both have left town. A few other ride-share companies have popped up to help fill the void. NPR explores how people are getting around town without Uber and Lyft.
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with former government official Henry Cisneros and businessman Sol Trujillo, co-founders of the nonprofit Latino Donor Collaborative, which works to reshape the public's image of Latinos.
The White House says President Obama will not apologize for the U.S. nuclear bombing of Hiroshima when he visits the Japanese city on Friday. NPR looks at the political significance of the visit and the tricky line Obama will have to walk.
After her 2008 movie, Punisher: War Zone, flopped, Alexander had a hard time getting new projects. She was in what's known as Hollywood's "movie jail," a common experience for female directors.
Hokule'a — a voyaging canoe based on ancient Polynesian craft — is travelling around the world. Its navigators have learned to traverse the open ocean relying the sun, stars, and waves.
In the past year, dozens of hospitals run by the medical aid group Doctors Without Borders, also known as MSF, have been attacked. NPR spends a week with two doctors in a hospital inside an enormous refugee camp in South Sudan to find out why they work in dangerous places, and what the work is like.
According to the Associated Press, Donald Trump has crossed the threshold of 1,237 delegates, making him the presumptive Republican nominee for president. The change came as a small number of unbound delegates said they will support him at the party's convention.
Those convicted of targeting law enforcement and emergency crews can now face stricter penalties. "The overarching message is that hate crimes will not be tolerated in Louisiana," the governor said.
The Brooklyn band has solidified its psychedelic sound on its new album, Plaza. Hear a conversation and performance.
Obama has sought to reduce the world's nuclear stockpile throughout his tenure. Yet he's also put the U.S. on course to spend some $1 trillion on upgrading its aging nuclear arsenal.
Cities and towns are preparing for mosquito season and the threat of the Zika virus by spreading pesticides. It worked for the West Nile virus but may not be as effective for controlling Zika.
Typically women are the ones who get involved with reproductive rights and family planning. But there are exceptions.
The sound of The Wild Reeds is the sound of three singers propelled by great rhythms and memorable songs. On "Everything Looks Better," they sing of nostalgia and the ways it tricks memories.
Even some of Hillary Clinton's foremost fans and staunchest party regulars — such as House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi — are ready to talk about a fresh infusion of populism for the next round.
Companies cultivating a healthful image often list "evaporated cane juice" in their products' ingredients. But the FDA says it's really just sugar, and that's what food labels should call it.
An independent review found that the university failed to adequately handle reports of harassment and assault and, in some cases, actively discouraged students from coming forward.
Pumping breast milk may seem optional, but women who don't pump or breast-feed on a regular schedule risk engorgement, a painful condition that can lead to infection and other medical complications.
Thiel, a PayPal co-founder and former CEO, says driving Gawker out of business would be a public service.
Organ banks around the country have noted an increasing number of organs from donors who have died of overdoses.