In night full of jokes and mockery, Vice President Joe Biden took some time to seriously critique this year's presidential election.
Tributes for the former first lady are pouring out on social media. Most praise her character and her deep love for her husband; some highlight more controversial elements of her legacy.
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Cokie Roberts about the legacy of former first lady Nancy Reagan. She died today at age 94.
Student protesters calling themselves Reclaim Harvard Law School say a recommendation that a slavery-tainted symbol be retired is not enough to end their occupation of a student center.
While drugs and many medical necessities are mostly exempt from state sales tax, feminine hygiene products are not in the majority of states. Efforts are building to try and change that.
NPR's Ron Elving reflects on the life of former First Lady Nancy Reagan, who died this weekend at 94.
Pastor Max Lucado talks about his recent denunciation of Donald Trump. He says he's puzzled as to why other evangelical leaders seem to be giving the Republican presidential candidate a "free pass."
The former first lady made a mark with her "Just Say No" campaign and her support of stem-cell research, which she hoped would lead to a cure for Alzheimer's, the disease that took away her husband.
Christopher Ingraham was just describing a USDA ranking when he insulted Red Lake County, Minn., last summer. But the resulting uproar from Minnesotans led to a change of heart ... and location.
Manning, who is the NFL's all-time leading passer and its winningest starting quarterback, just won his second Super Bowl during his 18th season.
Iranian state media report that Babak Zanjani, an oil trader who allegedly helped Iran evade oil sanctions, has been convicted of "spreading corruption on earth." Zanjani can appeal the verdict.
President Obama recently announced a plan to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Three people with close ties to the issue share their views on whether or not to close the detention center.
A bomber detonated a truck full of explosives south of Baghdad, NPR's Alison Meuse reports. At least 45 people are dead.
Minneapolis' Jack Torrey and Page Burkum perform a lazy love song at the 30A Songwriters Festival.