Prime Minister Boris Johnson still has to convince members of the British parliament to ratify the deal.
Host Peter O'Dowd speaks with media analyst John Caroll about Sen. Elizabeth Warren's attempt to break up Facebook with a fake ad about Mark Zuckerberg backing President Donald Trump. Also,...
Stanford researchers are studying how much people change their opinions after talking with people they don't agree with.
Aaron Glantz's new book describes how some well-placed financiers took advantage of the 2008 housing crisis to buy thousands of family homes.
The NBA season tips off next week after a preseason that has been dominated by controversy over Houston Rockets' general manager's defense of the Hong Kong protesters.
Chicago Teachers Union members are striking for more support staff in schools and a 15% raise over three years.
The Trump administration now hopes to broker a ceasefire in northern Syria.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren attempted to break up Facebook with a fake ad about Mark Zuckerberg backing President Trump.
John Green's young adult novel "Looking for Alaska" is now a limited TV series on Hulu. Host Robin Young speaks with Green and Josh Schwartz, the show's co-executive producer and...
We discuss the mood and morale of the State Department.
United Auto Workers leaders have struck a tentative deal with General Motors, but that doesn't mean the strike is over.
The young adult novel "Looking for Alaska" is now a limited series on Hulu.
Cummings was respected both on the Hill and in his home town of Baltimore.
The shells and mortars there filled with mustard gas are finally disappearing.
We discuss what the Democratic presidential candidates said in Tuesday night's debate with NPR's Domenico Montanaro.
Philadelphia has one of the largest collections of public art in the country.
Plans to build a memorial and museum for the Pulse nightclub shooting are moving forward — but not without controversy.
Elizabeth Warren, who has risen to match Joe Biden in the polls, became a fresh target, especially when it came to "Medicare for All."
The shooting and death of Atatiana Jefferson at the hands of a police officer in Fort Worth — mere weeks after Amber Guyger's murder conviction for killing Botham Jean in...
Two years have passed since the Las Vegas shooting which left 58 people dead and hundreds wounded.