FEED - Morning Edition
At least two people were injured, though the injuries do not appear to be serious. Police arrested the driver, and Scotland Yard says it's treating the crash as a terror attack.
The woman played an aria by Verdi to drown out a neighbor's dog. Then she repeated the same tune, all day long for 16 years. A Hungarian news site says neighbors finally had her arrested.
Caitlin was turning six so her mom let her order a Barbie doll. Caitlin later got back on Amazon and ordered $350 in more toys with next day shipping. Her mom sent everything back but the Barbie.
Teachers can spend hundreds, sometimes thousands, of their own money on school supplies for their classrooms. In Baltimore, there's a way for teachers to shop for free.
A grand jury investigation into clergy sex abuse in six Roman Catholic dioceses in Pennsylvania is expected to be release Tuesday.
A state inspection of a Virginia facility that housed immigrant children found that charges of child abuse were unfounded. But the report confirmed the facility used restraints on children.
A group of black business leaders have launched a new political action committee to back candidates who support economic causes that benefit African-Americans. The group plans more endorsements.
The Trump administration is working to reunite hundreds of deported parents after separating them from their children at the border. We hear from two families in Guatemala who are still waiting to get their kids back.
The 2018 midterms have been dominated by talk of Democratic gains, but Tuesday Republicans will pick nominees in several places they hope to flip House seats and even governors' mansions.
The Taliban have taken over much of Ghazni Province and reports of casualties rise. Steve Inskeep talks to Pam Constable of The Washington Post about what that means for Afghan government control.
State fire officials say another firefighter has died battling wildfires in Northern California. Monday's death occurred at the site of the Mendocino Complex Fire north of San Francisco.
Four states hold primaries Tuesday ahead of November's midterms. Taliban fighters have attacked the Afghan city of Ghazni. As Turkey's economic troubles spread, a dispute with the U.S. plays a role.
As a trade war brews between the U.S. and its major trading partners, we looked into the carts of back-to-school shoppers to see how global trade might show up in their baskets
(Image credit: Charlotte Norsworthy/NPR)
In Germany, beer consumption is up as temperatures remain unusually high. This is good and bad news for the beer industry.
(Image credit: Rainer Jensen/AFP/Getty Images)
Nate Chinen's new book Playing Changes: Jazz for the New Century identifies the key players in the genre's resurgence. Chinen's aim with the books is to get the root of the resurgence.
(Image credit: Amy Harris/AP)
Posh private hospitals give world-class care — and serve lattes. At government facilities, cancer patients sleep on the sidewalk. But the prime minister has a plan to help the poor.
(Image credit: Lauren Frayer/NPR)
The government called more than two dozen witnesses in its bid to prove Manafort had allegedly violated tax and banking laws. His defense team will have a chance to call witnesses next.
(Image credit: Jacquelyn Martin/AP)
FBI agent Peter Strzok, who served on the investigation into Hillary Clinton's email server and whose texts with another FBI employee were found to contain anti-Trump sentiments, has been fired.
Senior officials from North and South Korea met Monday and scheduled a September date for a third summit between South Korea's President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
A small group of white supremacists gathered near the White House Sunday in Lafayette Park. They were protected by a huge police presence keeping them separated from hundreds of counterdemonstrators.