Friday, November 8th 2019
Mercury crosses in front of the sun on Monday morning in a rare celestial event.
Paradise residents speak about the tragic day that happened exactly one year ago.
The National Weather Service forecasts that 170 daily cold records could be broken.
Three new and soon-to-be voters at Putnam City High School in Oklahoma City share their thoughts on 2020, impeachment and the media.
What are high schoolers saying about the impeachment inquiry and the 2020 election? We hear from three new and soon-to-be voters at Putnam City High School in Oklahoma City. Also,...
Many public housing projects are full of murals and sculptures — the legacy of a federal program that employed artists during the Great Depression.
Hagel voted to convict former President Bill Clinton in his impeachment trial in 1999.
The conference is already so overcrowded a special webcast has been set up to meet demand.
Thirty years ago on Saturday, the Berlin Wall came down, leading to the reunification of East and West Germany.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks to Democratic presidential candidate and South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, along with voters who have questions on Buttigieg's policies.
Lawmakers are preparing for the first public impeachment hearings next week.
Thirty years ago Saturday, the Berlin Wall came down, leading to the reunification of East and West Germany. Host Peter O'Dowd reports. Also, one year after the deadly Camp Fire...