From Couch to Villa.
From Couch to Villa.
Police say they are unsure about the location of a shooter in an attack in Colorado Springs that left three officers injured.
In the late 1800s and early 1900s, logs up to 30 feet long were floated downriver to sawmills in Massachusetts and Connecticut.
If you’re looking to give a book to a friend or family member this holiday, NPR Books editor Petra Mayer shares her picks.
The police superintendent said the boy was killed as part of a dispute between warring gangs, and he pledged to obliterate the gangs.
There has been good news for the Greek economy this week – $2 billion of good news. That was the latest infusion of bailout loans.
The Mauritanian singer-songwriter’s peripatetic childhood exposed him to a cosmopolitan mix of languages, cultures and music.
Margaret Talev of Bloomberg News and Jay Newton-Small of Time magazine join us for our weekly look at the race for 2016.
Legend has it that the sauce made with chili peppers and chocolate was created in 16th century Mexico to season a turkey dish.
Film critic Ty Burr weighs the options, including “Mockingjay – Part 2,” “Legend,” “Spotlight,” “Spectre” and “Room.”
Most states require insurers cover some diabetes education, but it can be confusing for patients to figure out what it will cost them.
The court interprets the constitutionality of U.S. law, but 20 percent of the cases have an international component.
The man who coined the term “biological diversity” back in 1980 explains that while many species will suffer, some will do well and adapt.
Alden Meyer of the Union of Concerned Scientists explains the key issues, as leaders from more than 190 nations prepare to gather.
From Pilote to The B52s.
A researcher who studies friendship explains its importance in human development and how it changes over time.
It’s our Thanksgiving tradition to revisit Robin Young and her now-late uncle’s trip to see the migrating snow geese in Vermont.
Qirat Chappra has not seen her parents for years, but after a social media campaign, their travel visas have finally been approved.
Humans can’t compare to other species when it comes to strength or speed, but our bodies are equipped for long-distance running.
John Sedgwick retraces the root of the conflict and uncovers personal correspondence his ancestor had with Hamilton before the fateful day.
Experts share a range of perspectives on how to combat the Islamic State militant group, and the role the U.S. should play.