How we work, when we work, how much we work – it's all shifting on a scale not seen in decades.
The prevalence or importance of voter fraud seems less a matter of fact than of faith. Those who accept Trump's claims are exercising their beliefs to push back against experts, courts and academics.
The new policy came in response to the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, which saw a number of states move to limit or ban abortion.
A recurring leak of liquid hydrogen fuel forced NASA on Saturday to postpone a scheduled launch for the second time this week. The earliest possible launch date is Sept. 19.
Football is a way of life in Jackson, Mississippi. So are boil water notices. The latest water crisis has not stopped fans from filling the stands to support a local college team.
The pilot who threatened to crash a small plane into a Walmart in Tupelo, Miss., was taken into custody, local authorities said.
U.S. and Mexican officials made the discovery Thursday while responding to a large group of people crossing the river following days of heavy rains that had resulted in particularly swift currents.
A boil-water notice, which has been in effect since July, is forcing many restaurant owners to travel to nearby cities to obtain water and ice. It's costing them considerable time and money.
NPR's Juana Summers speaks with Oscar and Jessica Orona, whose son Noah was wounded during the mass shooting at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas.
The last surviving member of The Monkees, a rock band that formed in 1966, is suing the FBI. Micky Dolenz wants the government to hand over any files on him and his deceased bandmates.