The scanners are standard equipment for police, but what's not settled is what happens to all the data collected. That data can link people to certain addresses and flag unusual activity.
Many of the students at Mount Sinai's medical school in New York majored in English or history, and never took the MCAT. The school sees that diversity among its students as a great strength.
Two years after the Defense Department lifted the ban on women serving in combat units, the Army is allowing women to go through the training program for soldiers who aspire to be infantry leaders.
Robots don't always replace workers. Sometimes, workers use robots as tools.
An anti-same-sex-marriage pledge from a social-conservative group included a lot more than that in 2012. Looking to avoid the backlash it created in the last presidential election, the group nixed it.
NPR's Michel Martin is headed to Los Angeles for an evening of storytelling with local residents and law enforcement about community and policing.
But neither Hercules nor Leo, who are at the center of a legal battle over whether chimpanzees should have the same legal rights as people, were physically present in the Manhattan courtroom today.
Tech drives a lot of language-innovation in the US, but politics plays a pretty big role as well.
The regulations are intended to clarify recent court decisions on which bodies of water are protected, but many farmers and congressional Republicans oppose what they call an EPA "land grab."
In the capital New Delhi, 113 degree Fahrenheit temperatures have melted roadway crosswalks.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd reports there is no relief in sight for California farmers and wildlife ravaged by drought.
In 2013, we spoke with the owner of a lodge on Lake Buchanan, which had shrunk to one-third capacity. We check back in with him.
The court decision means companies are on the hook for helping at least some consumers in California safely dispose of leftover pills and other medicine. Similar measures are in the works elsewhere.
The Internal Revenue Service says criminals were able to gain access to people's tax returns, and file fraudulent tax returns.
Hear new music from artists making their first appearance on the show, including Scottish flute-and-fiddle duo Calum Stewart and Lauren MacColl.
In her memoir Whatever ... Love is Love, Bello describes the evolution of her "modern family," which includes her romantic partner (a woman), her adolescent son and her son's father.
Filmmakers Josh and Benny Safdie discuss the unusual approach they took to making this film, which is based on Arielle Holmes' memoir.
The policy document says that China's Navy will focus on projecting power in the open seas.
The arrests, on charges of accepting bribes and kickbacks, were made at the request of the U.S. Department of Justice.
The half-Danish, half-American duo performs an underwater waltz between vulnerable voice and genre-bending design on the final track of its new EP, Urban Flora.