The family of Thomas Eric Duncan, the only person to die of Ebola in the U.S., has reached an agreement with the hospital where he died.
An annual U.N. report finds that more than 550,000 acres were cultivated with opium poppies this year — that's approaching the total land area of Rhode Island.
The truck's aluminum body is much lighter, but will it be able to hold up as well as the older, heavier models?
Rejecting the state's argument that it, not the U.S. government, has the authority to define marriage, a federal judge overturned South Carolina's ban on same-sex marriage Wednesday.
Guidance counselor Lea Micele shares her advice for applicants and explains the difference between "early decision" and "early action."
California's coffee crop is new and small, but farmers are optimistic about its potential. Scientists hope that by growing coffee here they can learn more about how to help the crop resist disease.
Violence in Northern Iraq is escalating due to complicated tensions between Arabs and Kurds. NPR's Leila Fadel joins us from Erbil, Iraq.
The European Space Agency made history this morning after successfully landing an unmanned spacecraft on a comet.