An initiative from the Mellon Foundation dedicated to creating monuments that tell diverse stories recently pledged to double its funding for the project.
The nonprofit group Heritage for Peace's preliminary findings show 104 historic religious buildings, museums and archaeological sites have been destroyed or damaged.
NPR's Throughline podcast team speaks with Jeremi Suri, the author of Henry Kissinger and the American Century.
Colorado's booming urban population flipped the state from red to blue, allowing a referendum on reintroducing wolves to pass. But that growing population now may be too big for them to thrive.
Sandra Day O'Connor was called "the most powerful woman in America" during her quarter of a century as a Supreme Court justice.
In her book, Prequel, Maddow describes ultra-right plots to overthrow the government in the days leading up to WWII — a subject she covered in her podcast Ultra. Originally broadcast Dec. 15, 2022.
The late Henry Kissinger's legacy must include his support for the secret bombings across Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Bo Thao-Urabe, whose family fled Laos.
The so-called Philly 15 were exonerated recently. They were a group of African-American soldiers protesting racist treatment during World War II. At the time, the Philly 15 were discharged as unfit.
Greece's prime minister cut a U.K. visit short after an apparent snub by his U.K. counterpart over the Elgin Marbles — sculptures taken from the Parthenon, now housed at the British Museum.