Rachel Martin talks with Jon Wertheim of Sports Illustrated about a story on the Dallas Mavericks' hostile work environment, referred to as "a real life Animal House."
The Afro-futuristic superhero movie Black Panther opened to rave reviews in Africa, with many welcoming its celebration of traditional cultures and imagining a better world.
The Conservative Political Action Committee begins its annual meeting Thursday. David Greene talks with Matt Schlapp of the American Conservative Union, which runs the event, about Trump's impact.
An 11-year-old boy in Pennsylvania got a summons for jury duty. He said he was excited to get it.
Students from Majory Stoneman Douglas High School pressed lawmakers in a series of meet-and-greet sessions. Many expressed frustration that the face-to-face meetings didn't produce tangible changes.
Michigan has one of the largest populations of juveniles serving life in prison. Such sentences were ruled unconstitutional. Now the state must decide who remains behind bars and who gets released.
Robert Malley, president and CEO of International Crisis Group, joins NPR's Rachel Martin to discuss the week's escalations in Syria's complicated war.
The great African-American sociologist, historian and writer W.E.B. Du Bois was born 150 years ago this week. His classic book, The Souls of Black Folk, has been republished with a new introduction.
Mikaela Shiffrin won her second medal of the Pyeongchang Olympics with silver in the women's Alpine combined. Lindsey Vonn had the best overall time after the downhill but couldn't finish the slalom.
A Russian campaign aimed to spend a million dollars a month to destabilize American democracy. But the money didn't pay for sophisticated hackers. Instead, it bought Facebook ads and Twitter accounts.
For many immigrants an H-1B visa, available only to highly-skilled workers, is a step on the path to citizenship. That's not the case for many from India because of a cap by country.
President Trump will hold a second listening session about school shootings, following a Wednesday meeting with a group impacted by gun violence in schools.
A St. Louis morning show radio host gave birth live on the air on Tuesday. She's now on maternity leave.
The ACLU says Milwaukee police have made tens of thousands of traffic and pedestrian stops without cause because of racial profiling.
President Trump met with survivors of school shootings Wednesday. Also, students in Florida protested in support of gun control and Mashable's Kerry Flynn discusses Twitter's purge of alleged bots.