In 2016, as an upstart outsider, Donald Trump vowed, "I alone can fix it." On Thursday night, he gives his sequel after twin crises of the coronavirus and racial injustice have exploded on his watch.
Millions of babies have been born in this year of the coronavirus crisis. We asked photojournalists to introduce us to some of the new arrivals — and share the hopes and fears of their parents.
2020 has been a stressful year. Iceland wants to help. A group developed an app that will let you record and broadcast a scream, pent up by the pandemic, into the Icelandic wilderness.
NPR asked essential workers — who normally would not be asked speak at a commencement ceremony — to offer insight forged by the simple act of showing up every day and doing what needs to be done.
One high school in New York has found a way to have safe and memorable graduation: hold it at a drive-in movie theater.
The cost of moving the summer games to 2021 is expected to be massive. The International Olympic Committee said on Tuesday Japan would pay. Japanese officials said they didn't agree to foot the bill.
This is the first time in the event's 50-year history that it will not held. "Extraordinary times require extraordinary measures and while we are saddened to take this action," a spokesperson said.
The former presidential candidate's campaign had suggested it would create a super PAC to take on President Trump, but it has decided to change course.
President Trump used to boast about stock market gains at every turn. But after coronavirus fears caused the worst plunge since 2008, he has gone silent on this pillar of his reelection pitch.