Through a TeleBraille machine, Melva Washington Toomer talked with her dad, John Carter Washington, for StoryCorps. "If I could help some person," he tells her, "then my living will not be in vain."
The singer made huge waves with his last album, 2012's Channel Orange — and he's used both conventional and surprising methods to tease Endless, which was released Thursday night.
Renegade executive chairman, president and CEO Philippe Dauman leaves in exchange for a $72 million payout.
Announcing that two swimmers have left a Rio airport after speaking to police, U.S. Olympic Committee CEO Scott Blackmun is apologizing for how Ryan Lochte and three other swimmers behaved.
In his first speech since reorganizing his top campaign staff, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said he regrets sometimes saying the "wrong thing."
Eaton, 28, became one of the few men in Olympic history to repeat as a decathlon champion. His victory came just days after his wife, Brianne, won the bronze in the women's heptathlon.
Coming into this event, Usain Bolt held both the world record, at 19.19 seconds, and the Olympic record, at 19.30. He faces a field that includes U.S. runner Lashawn Merritt.
Chicago's head of police announced his recommendation to dismiss the officers Thursday. Superintendent Eddie Johnson cited allegations that they gave false reports on the 17-year-old's shooting death.
Uber drivers claims that they should be compensated as employees, not independent contractors, get a boost. Negotiators for the drivers had okayed the deal but the judge wasn't satisfied.
The Republican nominee has landed in controversy after controversy. Thursday night, after shaking up his campaign, Trump acknowledged regret for sometimes causing "pain" with his words.
Spokesman John Kirby still insists that the $400 million was "leverage," not ransom for the Iranian Americans released in January — though the payment was withheld until the prisoners were freed.
Rising sea levels have eroded Shishmaref for many years. Now, the Inupiat Eskimo village has voted to move. One resident told NPR that it's a matter of protecting their unique community.
The former president told staff he'll step down from the board of the Clinton Foundation and it would stop accepting money from corporate and foreign sources, if Hillary Clinton wins the election.