If you're looking to give a book to a friend or family member this holiday, NPR Books editor Petra Mayer shares her picks.
Several thousand people angry at Republican lawmakers for rushing passage of what protesters say is anti-union legislation are converging in Lansing this morning, as lawmakers take final votes on so-called “right to work” legislation.
What began as a chance encounter between an aging Holocaust survivor and a young mother developed into a 15-year-long relationship that both credit with changing, if not saving, each other’s life.
One of the most famous wolves in Yellowstone National Park was shot and killed by hunters over the weekend.
States and the White House are negotiating over details of two key elements of Obamacare — expansion of Medicaid and Health Insurance Exchanges.
This past weekend, Renee Robinson–the last dancer in the company chosen by the late Ailey who was called “the quintessential Ailey woman” by another company dancer–retired from the stage, after 31 years with the company.
From Radiohead to Steve Earle.
Experts share a range of perspectives on how to combat the Islamic State militant group, and the role the U.S. should play.