Germany became the latest country where investors are paying the government for the privilege of owning bonds. It's usually the other way around. Global economic fears are driving this unusual trend.
Uber is trying to settle a class action lawsuit, offering to pay up to $100 million to drivers. That amount is unprecedented, but critics say it may not be enough compensation for the drivers.
The bombings happened in 2004, not 2007. And the prime minister's party was defeated, not victorious, in elections held three days later.
"He was acquitted of the crime he was guilty of and convicted of a crime he's innocent of," says legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin. He and director Ezra Edelman discuss O.J.: Made in America.
The DNC says the Russian hackers had access to its computer network for more than a year, viewing and stealing files.
Donald Trump has criticized President Obama for not saying "radical Islam." But Obama shot back: "Calling a threat by a different name does not make it go away."
A press conference just wrapped up with some of the doctors at the Orlando Regional Medical Center and a few of the survivors of Sunday morning's attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla.
NPR's Carrie Johnson and Hansi Lo Wang talk with David Greene about the latest details in the mass shooting. Johnson says authorities haven't yet shared a timeline of victims' deaths and injuries.
Davontae Sanford spent nearly nine years in prison for crimes he never committed. But his release was almost stopped because of an unpaid bill he owed for his public defender.
This year's primaries have been filled with complaints about the voting process. The controversies raise questions about how confident Americans are that their votes will count in November.