At the turn of the 20th Century, millions of African Americans moved from the rural South to the country's Northern cities in search of a new beginning. That time of discovery, awakening and Renaissance
The federal government is warning energy companies and big-city transit systems not to use Chinese-made drones and rail cars for fear they could all be used to spy on Americans. Is the fear warranted?
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Irvin Nathan, former general counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives, about House Democrats' strategy of investigating the president, rather than impeaching him. This
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with digital forensics expert Hany Farid about a doctored video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, which is being spread by conservative allies of President Trump. Now for some forensics.
On a seventh grade field trip to Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, students and their teacher said they were racially profiled by museum staff, with some leaving the museum in tears. To Boston now where the
The Health and Human Services Department has proposed to end Obama-era rules that protect transgender people from discrimination in health care. That could impact the Trump administration's plan to fight
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May acknowledged defeat Friday and announced her resignation as leader of Britain's Conservative Party. "It is and will always remain a matter of deep regret to me that I have
Disney's live-action version of its 1992 cartoon Aladdin features Will Smith in the Genie role originally played by Robin Williams. Disney's animated "Aladdin" was a huge hit when it was released in 1992
Right after Olivia Wilde saw Lady Bird — the 2017 film about the loving, infuriating, infinitely complicated relationship between a teen daughter and her mother — her first impulse was to pick up the to
Efforts to stop the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo face a daunting obstacle: A multitude of local and national players are using the disease as a weapon in their struggle for power.
In Statesville, N.C., there's a squabble over an American flag. The city sued Camping World over a flag along an interstate. The city limited flag sizes after large Confederate flags popped up. In Statesville,