Five years after an earthquake leveled Haiti's capital, killing more than 100,000 people and leaving millions homeless, Port au Prince is being resurrected. High-rises stand where previous buildings were reduced to rubble in the temblor. However, thousands of people still are without permanent housing.
New York City launched the largest municipal ID program in the country on Monday. All New Yorkers age 14 and older may apply, regardless of immigration status. Officials hope the new photo IDs will help undocumented immigrants and the homeless better navigate city services.
The nation's first official college football championship in the new playoff system pits the Oregon Ducks against the Ohio State Buckeyes on Monday night. Both defeated favored teams to play in Dallas.
The U.S. rapprochement with Cuba seems to be on track. On Monday, the State Department confirmed that Cuba has kept its pledge to release 53 political prisoners and a top state department official is moving ahead with her plans to visit the island next week.
The suicide last year of a well-known Egyptian activist shocked Cairo and highlighted the hopelessness of many amid the country's turmoil and stagnation.
Commentator Judy Carter went to last week's Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas after a fight with her wife and tried to find gadgets to repair the relationship. She failed.
The hackers then put out Islamic State propaganda and published what they purported was a phone list of retired U.S. generals.
Many leaders have criticized the attacks in Paris. How does this square with their own records on freedom of the press and human rights?
The Education Secretary calls for scrapping the "tired" No Child Left Behind law — but advocates keeping annual tests.
Our resident chef came back from Italy with new pasta recipes to share, as well as eight tips for making great pasta.
On Mondays we look at how the news is filtering through social media. Annie Colbert of Mashable joins us.
A new study by researchers at the University of Colorado-Boulder finds that running not only keeps you healthy, it can also keep you young.
Annick Cojean of Le Monde discusses the mood in France and the French government's response to the attacks.
Since the 2010 Dietary Guidelines, more evidence has piled up showing the benefits of drinking water and the risks of sugary beverages. So scientists say it's time for a water symbol on MyPlate.
Peter O'Dowd speaks with a group of Haitians in Brockton, Mass. who are still struggling to adjust to life in America.
NPR's Carrie Kahn discusses how Haitians are doing and feeling five years after the earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people.
Also notable was the unveiling of General Motors' all-electric Chevrolet Bolt concept car, which seems a clear rival to the Tesla.