Thursday, September 19th 2013
From Jimi Hendrix to Elvis Costello.
The American Repertory Theater's new production of "All the Way" is about a pivotal year in the presidency of Lyndon Johnson, played by "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston.
A former hotshot firefighter and an associate editor at Outside Magazine shares his in-depth reporting on the Yarnell Hill fire that burned more than 8,000 acres and killed 19 firefighters.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed a rule that would require publicly traded companies to disclose the difference in pay between the company's CEO and its employees.
A number of American companies plan to shift employees from company-based health plans to private exchanges. Companies would provide employees with money to buy health insurance.
Duke Energy has joined a growing list of large companies that are moving retirees off of company-run health plans, instead offering them stipends they can use to buy their own...
House Speaker John Boehner has embraced a plan that would provide funding to prevent a government shutdown while simultaneously gutting the Affordable Care Act.
It's been said that Jerusalem is the "closest place to God." A new film for IMAX theaters takes you there. We speak with the writer and director of "Jerusalem."
Afghanistan is inching closer to holding presidential elections next spring, but NPR's Sean Carberry says Afghans appear more consumed by security concerns.
After massive flooding in Colorado that damaged thousands of homes, residents are trying to figure out how and where to dump debris. That's proving to be quite a challenge for...
Hiroshi Yamauchi was the president of Nintendo from 1949 until 2002. He passed away at age 85. We speak with the author of "Super Mario: How Nintendo Conquered America."
Paul Barrett argues that gun control advocates underestimate the grassroots support for gun rights, and overstate the ability of proposed gun control legislation to prevent such shootings.
Republican Sen. John McCain accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of corruption, repression and self-serving rule, in an opinion piece for Pravda newspaper.