"Climate change can no longer be denied," Obama said. "It can't be edited out. It can't be omitted from the conversation. And action can no longer be delayed."
Off-Ramp: Musician Gabriel Hart Explores the Dark Side of Doo-Wop
Two new studies published in the journal Nature point to a connection between a class of insecticides known as neonicotinoids and a decline in bee health. What's bad for bees is bad for crops, too.
Before the Khmer Rouge regime, a thriving pop and rock scene adapted Western music heard on U.S. military radio stations. The documentary Don't Think I've Forgotten took 10 years to make.
The smoking ban stems from a law passed earlier this year.
In 2011, Bonds was found guilty of obstruction of justice but a federal appeals court has just thrown out that conviction.
The Eric Dyson's takedown of Cornel West got us recalling some epic disagreements between black thinkers over the years; beefs like this have been going on for at least 150 years.
NPR remembers Julian Koenig, the longtime ad man who coined some of the catchiest phrases in the business and named Earth Day.
NPR's Melissa Block speaks to Brian Deese, President Obama's senior adviser in charge of climate policy, about the Obama administration's push new restrictions around power plant emissions.
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with R. Nicholas Burns, a professor at Harvard University's School of Government, who says that the U.S. has a tough challenge in the region as four states are in crisis.
Tatiana Kanga was nine months pregnant when she paid a Moroccan smuggler $1,290 so she and her toddler daughter could sail, crammed onto a rubber boat, 14 harrowing hours from Africa to Europe.
The lawsuit, brought by former players, could cost the league up to $1 billion. The settlement had originally been reached in 2013.
The human-trafficking measure had been stuck in the Senate because of an impasse over language on abortion funding. That has now been resolved.
Company officials met with regulators who are considering whether to back the proposed $45 billion merger. A group of U.S. senators say the deal should be rejected, calling it anti-competitive.
Less than a week after union members in LA overwhelmingly rejected a proposal to make small theaters pay their performers minimum wage, Actors' Equity decided to go ahead and implement it anyway. Many say the move could force many 99-seat theaters in LA to close.
NPR's Melissa Block talks to Dr. Matthew Willis, the public health officer in Marin County, Calif., one of the strongest centers of vaccine opposition. He talks about the state Senate education committee's approval of a bill Wednesday that would require schoolchildren to be vaccinated.
Closing arguments begin Wednesday in a case that has its roots in the 2008 financial crisis. American International Group shareholders claim the U.S. government overstepped its authority when it seized the company in a financial rescue. The government says the shareholder suit should be rejected because the company's only alternative was bankruptcy.
A ship carrying nearly 450 migrants docked at the Italian port of Augusta Wednesday. The International Organization for Migration says many migrants are families fleeing the conflict in Syria.
Yemenis whose lives have been torn apart by factional fighting and the Saudi-led bombing campaign hope for relief.
NPR explores the National Guard after the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and what happens when soldiers in the guard are diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.