He's on parole for another five years, during which he'll have to wear a GPS ankle bracelet, won't be able to give interviews, or leave for Israel. NPR's Scott Simon reflects on his release.
A devastating number of the city's young people have lost their lives to gun violence over the past few years. Diane Latiker has built a program in order to make these children's lives safer.
When Thanksgiving comes during an election season, dinner table conversations can get contentious. We check in with Miss Manners to learn how we might get through the holiday without a family feud.
NPR's Scott Simon and ESPN.com's Howard Bryant talk retirement news for David Ortiz, Tony Romo's broken clavicle and Bryce Harper's new MVP status.
Several Republican candidates addressed a forum in Iowa Friday night hosted by the Family Leader, an influential evangelical organization.
Betamax lost the format war to VHS in the 1980s, but Sony never stopped manufacturing the tapes. Now Sony says it will stop making Betamax next spring.
The latest news from Paris, just over a week since the attacks that left 130 people dead.
Sister Lisa Maurer of the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minn., is one of only a handful of women to ever coach college football — and also is, in all likelihood, the first nun.
Facebook is making break-ups a little easier with a new feature that allows people to choose just how much of their ex's profile they want to see.
If the polls are correct, Mauricio Macri will be Argentina's next president. The election of the pro-business mayor of Buenos Aires would be another sign Latin America's "pink tide" may be receding.
After the Paris attacks, refugees in Berlin have felt increased scrutiny, as police comb their numbers for potential threats. But many Syrians there say they fear ISIS as much as their hosts do.
Following the attacks in Paris, NPR's Scott Simon speaks with JP Morgan analyst David Kelly about how increased military action and border security by the European Union could affect the economy.
NPR's Ina Jaffe and Sonari Glinton were at the LA Auto Show this week. They spoke with NPR's Scott Simon about new cars that have been designed with older drivers in mind.
President Obama says he has a lot more gray hair today than when he took office, but as NPR's Scott Simon notes, the president will not be dyeing his gray hair.
While Congress and many governors try to block or slow down President Obama's pledge to accept 10,000 Syrian refugees, Canada is pressing ahead with a plan to welcome 25,000 in the next six weeks.
Former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson says the Democratic party is losing white male voters. He talks to NPR's Scott Simon about how the party can appeal to a broader demographic.