As the Zika virus spreads through South America and beyond, many fear Venezuela is downplaying the number of cases there. But given the secrecy and politics that shroud most government-run institutions in the country, it's hard to know for sure.
Barry Burden, director of the Elections Research Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, talks to Steve Inskeep about which Republican and Democratic presidential contenders have support among students, unions, rural and urban voters, and why the Wisconsin primary marks such a significant point in the election season.
College basketball fans still are buzzing after Monday night's thrilling end to the Division 1 men's tournament. Villanova beat North Carolina 77-to-74 at the buzzer, in a game many believe rescued a tournament that had gone flat. Tuesday night, the women hope to match the excitement in their title game.
Voters in Wisconsin go to the polls on Tuesday in the state's presidential primary. Traditionally the state has gone with the front-runner, but recent Democratic polls show Bernie Sanders has a good chance of beating Hillary Clinton.
Renee Montagne talks to Van Mobley, a history professor and village president, the equivalent of mayor, of a Milwaukee suburb, about why he intends to vote for Donald Trump in the Wisconsin primary.
Ted Cruz is looking to upset Republican front-runner Donald Trump in Tuesday's Wisconsin primary. The stakes are getting higher as the number of contests left grows smaller.
NATO's Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg is in Washington this week talking about what he considers the gravest security threat since the Cold War. He talks to Steve Inskeep about NATO's relevancy and the future for Libya and Syria.
Iceland radio reporter Haukur Holm tells Renee Montagne that thousands are demanding the prime minister resign because he hid his ownership in an offshore bank account.
Many low-income households that claim the earned income tax credit lack health insurance. That status on tax returns could provide a clue about people who would benefit from outreach.
A nocturnal journey with a pair of Americans who wrote Shanghai Nightscapes, a book covering the raucous past, the abrupt disappearance and the eventual rebirth of nightlife in the city.
Someone has been using Lego blocks to repair the corner of a crumbling brick building in Boston. Reporter Tovia Smith set out to investigate who this person is and what else he has been up to.
Renewable energy is taking off across the nation, but storing the energy is still a problem that is challenging companies to innovate with solutions ranging from molten salt to ice.
Taxpayers waiting for their refunds can breathe a sigh of relief: A fire at the IRS headquarters in Washington, D.C. won't interfere with their returns.