Friday, December 20th 2013
From Deltron 3030 to ZZ Top.
Robin Young's former high school choir director, Ron Cohen, brings us his picks for choral Christmas music.
A class-action lawsuit was filed last night by a California shopper — the first of what lawyers expect to be a torrent of similar suits.
The U.S. economy grew at a solid 4.1 percent annual rate from July through September, the fastest pace since late 2011 and significantly higher than previously believed.
For a little over three years, Andrew Evans has roamed the world as National Geographic's "Digital Nomad." We get some travel recommendations from him.
Not all bourbon is made in the Bluegrass State. Devin Katayama of WFPL reports that the expansion of bourbon outside Kentucky could help develop the next American taste.
In 2012, the city of Chicago saw more homicides than any other in the country. But according to one new study, crime in Chicago has dipped to a 40-year low.
At his annual year-end news conference, President Obama said 2014 "can be a breakthrough year for America" after a long season of recession and slow recovery.
Electronic sounds have become pretty familiar in pop songs. But electronically-produced sounds are also making their way into classical music, leading to new and interesting works.
President Obama has reduced the sentences of eight federal inmates convicted of crack cocaine offenses, most of whom were in prison for life.
Michigan Radio reporter Jennifer Guerra — who's due to have child soon — sets out to answer the question: What role do names play in a child's future?
Cable network A&E has suspended Phil Robertson, the patriarch of the family at the center of the reality show "Duck Dynasty," after he made anti-gay comments in an interview with...
Rev. Frank Schaefer, a United Methodist pastor who was defrocked for officiating at his son's same-sex wedding, is appealing the decision. He joins us.
Many people in Colorado will remember 2013 as the year when mother nature struck with a vengeance. Lesley McClurg of Colorado Public Radio checks in with flood victims trying to...
Insurers are criticizing a surprise move last night by the Obama administration to relax rules for people whose health insurance policies were canceled.