The earthquake that struck overnight on Wednesday destroyed large swaths of several towns. Victims are still being pulled from the rubble. Renee Montagne talks to reporter Christopher Livesay.
As part of our summer series, The World's a Stage, we visit a Native American pow wow near Green Bay, Wis. The pow wow is a place to meet, dance, sing and drum — renewing old traditions.
When Hillary Clinton is criticized for failing to give enough access to the press, she says she's done more than 300 interviews. That figure sounds impressive, and yet it is only part of the story.
Searchers continue to go through piles of rock and sand that were once buildings. An Italian government agency says while people are still being pulled from the debris, the death toll is up to 247.
As the National Park Service celebrates its centennial, questions about its future remain. At 100, the service is facing challenges like climate change, overcrowding, underfunding and relevancy.
Historically, white college-educated voters support Republicans, but they seem to be leaving Donald Trump. The demographic is pushing Colorado from a battleground state more toward the Democrats side.
Police in Kabul say a violent attack on the American University of Afghanistan has ended with as many as 12 people killed. Renee Montagne talks to Mark English, the president of the university.
A new paper suggests there are good reasons to predict that life will be increasingly common in the universe as the eons pass, says guest blogger Marc Kaufman.
Should Your Next Car Be Electric?
After losing to the Swedes in the Olympic quarterfinals, the longtime Team USA goalkeeper said she thought "we played a bunch of cowards." Solo was widely criticized for her criticism.
The accord, which is not yet finalized, aims to end one of the world's longest-running armed conflicts. The announcement follows four years of talks between the government and the rebel group.
Second-grade teacher Brandy Young announced the policy to parents this month. Her stance is one being taken by more and more educators.
Let's look deeper into your nose and all of its mysteries, shall we? Are you a snatiator? And does tweezing your eyebrows really make you sneeze?
What happens when you let loose with a juicy one? A lab of MIT mathematicians and physicists are taking a close look, with the goal of improving public health.
Donald Trump promises to help bring jobs and security to black neighborhoods. But his poll numbers with African-Americans are in the low single digits, and many say his message is insulting.
The robot designed by a team from Harvard University moves without the help of any rigid parts. Researchers say it is the first proof-of-concept design for an entirely soft, autonomous machine.
A genetic test of breast cancer tumors helped identify women whose survival odds would not be greatly improved by chemotherapy. But that test isn't as precise as women and doctors might like.
Lawmakers are demanding answers as to why the price of this aging drug, which stops a life-threatening allergic reaction, keeps going up.
Last of five episodes. We follow the Planet Money oil to a gas station. And we ask: What would our world look like if there were no fossil fuels?
The newborns were evacuated from a rebel stronghold to the capital Damascus after lengthy negotiations earlier this month. Today, they died of heart failure as they awaited surgery.