"I think we overreached in '98, how's that for a quote you can use?" the former House speaker says of the Clinton impeachment. Now he tells fellow Republicans that they need to be "calm and factual" as they pursue answers from the Obama administration about the IRS and other scandals.
A viral video from an American Airlines flight highlights a little-known airline policy: no unauthorized photography.
This year's Little League baseball and softball season is under way — and in the Northeast, some teams and players have taken the field again, despite losing vital equipment to Hurricane Sandy. Many donations were handled by Pitch In For Baseball, which gathered used and new gloves and helmets for the players.
While looking for the source of a leak, federal investigators obtained phone records of Associated Press reporters and editors. There's been bipartisan outrage over what many see as government overreach. The attorney general tells NPR "I'm not sure" how many such seizures he's signed off on.
The plan for U.S.-Russian peace conference marks a major step, the prime minister tells NPR. He believes that while Russian President Vladimir Putin still differs with the West over what to do about Syrian President Bashar Assad, there is agreement about the need for a peaceful transition.
Ariel Castro is accused of kidnapping three young women, holding them captive for about a decade, and repeatedly raping them over the years. He's also been charged with kidnapping the now 6-year-old girl that one of the women gave birth to.
The three young women who authorities say were held captive inside a home for about a decade have given police similar accounts of what suspect Ariel Castro allegedly did to trick them into coming with him.
As investigators piece together what happened to three young women who appear to have been held captive for about a decade, the residents of the Cleveland neighborhood where they were found are in shock.
“So, you know, I figured it was a domestic-violence dispute,” Charles Ramsey told a reporter for the ABC affiliate in Cleveland, explaining what happened after, as he put it, he “heard screaming. I’m eating McDonald’s. I see this girl...Show More Summary
Neighbors heard a woman desperately shouting for help from inside a home. After a man helped her get out, authorities discovered that Amanda Berry and two other young women who had been missing for between 9 and 11 years had been inside the house. Three men have been arrested.
On the heels of a landmark corruption case in Brazil that saw former members of ex-President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's government convicted of participating in a vote-buying scheme, a proposed constitutional amendment in Brazil would hand over much of the investigative powers of the public prosecutors' office, which prosecuted that case, to police.
The city of Cambridge has asked Tamerlan Tsarnaev's family not to request that he be buried in a city-owned graveyard, and four privately owned cemeteries have said they won't take the suspect's body.
Travel guru Rick Steves interviews Pamela Olson about the occupation. And so does National Geographic. America is changing. Olson will be doing events in Washington on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
Marinda Righter said she saw her mother in Carmen Blandin Tarleton. She called the transplant "a gift."
April job growth and unemployment figures are coming Friday morning. Economists expect to hear that employers added about 150,000 jobs to their payrolls and that the jobless rate stayed at 7.6 percent. But they worry about another negative surprise.
The investigation is widening as authorities try to determine if anyone helped the brothers who are the main suspects in the attack and other crimes that followed.
When the comedian asked the NPR host whether he knew what a macchiato is, Inskeep had to confess he didn't. And this happened during Morning Edition's "coffee week!" Seinfeld was amused. Inskeep says he's now going to go try one of the coffee drinks.
Starting in 1959 and for decades after, he recorded some of country's greatest songs, including "He Stopped Loving Her Today." Jones was 81.
The former president's library is on the campus of Southern Methodist University. Its opening comes as polls show his approval rating on the rise.
Boston and the rest of Massachusetts will observe a moment of silence Monday afternoon to remember those killed and wounded in the bombings one week ago. Meanwhile, the investigation continues. Surviving suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev remains in serious condition at a Boston area hospital.