The band, which began as a tribute to the The Foggy Mountain Boys, won a Grammy for their debut album in 2015. Critic Ken Tucker says the Earls' new record, Rattle & Roar, lives up to its title.
As a resident of Rio, NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro says the question isn't whether Brazil can throw a good Olympics. It's whether the Olympics are good for Brazil.
Police visited the athletes' village in Rio Wednesday, hoping to seize the passports of Ryan Lochte and James Feigen as part of an inquiry into their report of a robbery.
A July letter from Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini to the Justice Department said the company would pull back from health insurance exchanges if the government opposed the company's merger with Humana.
The new song from The Tallest Man On Earth is a passionate tale of leaving.
Thae Yong Ho, the No. 2 diplomat at North Korea's embassy in London, recently arrived in South Korea, according to officials in Seoul. He is said to be among the highest-ranking officials to defect.
Hillary Clinton wrapped up a week touring battleground states. She spent much of her time criticizing Donald Trump, much to her supporters' delight.
The link isn't definite, but it matches other research that suggests that difficult experiences in childhood affect physical health years down the line. Just how that happens remains a mystery.
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Patrick Joseph Hickey, the president of Ireland's Olympic Committee, was arrested Wednesday morning; shortly afterward, he was taken to a hospital.
At the world's largest wine research library — inside UC Davis — librarians are crowd-sourcing their archives to understand the forces that shaped California's wine industry into a global powerhouse.
Groups of walruses are vulnerable to disturbances, but it's hard to avoid them if you don't know where they are. A new tool from U.S. and Russian researchers draws on history to protect the animals.
"When The Tequila Runs Out" is the first taste of Dawes' grimly titled We're All Gonna Die, which drops Sept. 16 and features some impressive collaborations.
The Belgian hardcore band needles urgent black metal and melancholy melody with a feral grace. "We wanted the video to hurt," Caro Tanghe says, "just like writing down these words hurt to me."
In the resort town of Puerto Vallarta, 29-year-old Jesus Alfredo Guzman and five other men were kidnapped by armed assailants on Monday. Guzman is the son of notorious imprisoned kingpin "El Chapo."
Also: Donald Trump again shakes up his campaign staff; some FBI documents on the Clinton email probe are sent to Congress; and the first conspirator in the Oregon refuge takeover is sentenced.
The Trump campaign is naming Breitbart News' Stephen Bannon as chief executive, and is also promoting pollster Kellyanne Conway to campaign manager. Paul Manafort will stay on as campaign chairman.