In a dramatic match that may have been the last one of her career, Serena Williams lost at the U.S. Open. A look at her legacy and future.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with David Bowles about his new novel-in-verse for young people, "They Call Her Fregona." It's the story of eighth-graders who live along the Texas-Mexico border.
Legal experts say former President Trump won't gain any protections against ongoing investigations if he declares his candidacy for the 2024 presidential race, but it could complicate the optics.
U.N. nuclear inspectors were finally able to access a nuclear power plant in a Russian-occupied area of Ukraine this week. They say the plant faces grave risks, especially from shelling.
New COVID-19 vaccine boosters designed to combat recent subvariants of the coronavirus are being made available to people over 12 years old. We have some guidance on who should get one and when.
It's a busy time in Pennsylvania, with appearances from President Biden and former President Trump, underscoring the state's importance in the upcoming midterm elections.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks to Holocaust survivor Tova Friedman about her memoir, "The Daughter of Auschwitz."
We look at the repercussions of President Biden's speech in Philadelphia attacking former President Trump and his rivals. Plus, why Sarah Palin lost the special election for the Alaska House seat.
Burnout is affecting faith leaders, many of whom are choosing to leave their ministries. NPR's Scott Simon talks with former pastor Eric Atcheson about the reasons he quit a job he once loved.