FBI Director Christopher Wray is being questioned by lawmakers about the bureau's response to the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol and the rising threat from domestic violent extremists.
The U.S. will join the EU in sanctioning Russian officials allegedly behind poisoning Alexei Navalny and his ongoing detention in a Russian prison, senior U.S. officials told reporters.
NPR's Noel King talks to Democratic Sen. Chris Coons of Delaware ahead of a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing with FBI Director Christopher Wray about the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol...
Hotel guests dial 0, and the Book Butler arrives at their door with a copy of the selected book. There's even an option for guests to order specially paired meals with their book of choice.
The man was browsing at a yard sale when a blue and white bowl caught his eye. He bought it for $35. CNN reports the antique bowl will be auctioned for up to a half a million dollars.
Demonstrations have been going on for months. Pop stars and climate activists have pledged support for the farmers. What sparked the movement is less glamorous: New rules for wholesale markets.
FBI's director will testify before Senate panel about the insurrection. Georgia House passes bill that would limit absentee and early voting. House panel investigates health care provider One Med...
In what's considered Utah's most spectacular dinosaur find, paleontologists believe the Utahraptor megablock could hold the fossils of dozens of raptors caught in quicksand millions of years ago.
The Biden administration made democracy a top foreign policy issue. Myanmar's coup represents an early test. The U.S. responded with tough talk and targeted sanctions, but will it be enough?
Storage facilities are packed to capacity. But with the impact of the pandemic, a lot of people are failing to make payments. Every month, hundreds of them have their stored items auctioned.
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to two people who know a lot about channeling kids' curiosity and wonder. Guy Raz and Mindy Thomas — hosts of the NPR podcast Wow in the World — about their children...
Vaccine maker Novavax is waiting for its COVID-19 vaccine to be approved in the U.K., and is hopeful that U.S. approval will follow. NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks to Novavax CEO Stanley Erck.
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Trita Parsi of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft about the next steps the U.S. should take to get Iran back to the negotiating table.
The genealogy website MyHeritage has launched a service called Deep Nostalgia. The feature makes old photographs move, and social media has gone crazy over it.
A new law signed by Montana's Republican governor will soon give college students in the state the right to carry a concealed weapon on campus without a permit. The measure has been polarizing.