In college, Zachary Wood joined a group that invites provocative speakers to campus, hoping to spark dialogue. But he soon learned not everyone wants to hear from those with whom they disagree.
Politics & Pop Culture
After Google search results erroneously said the Utah senator had died in 2017, Hatch's staff had fun on social media showing that their boss was alive and well.
The activist and punk-music collective has taken responsibility for the four protesters who intruded on the tournament's final game. The four were transferred to district court on Monday.
"Got Me Good" features a surveillance operation, a President Trump lookalike, and beauty pageant contestants dancing on a hotel bed.
Randy Credico tells NPR that he won't agree to talk with the special counsel's investigators on a voluntary basis. He denies serving as a bridge between Roger Stone and Julian Assange.
After most Eagles players decided not to attend a White House celebration of their Super Bowl victory, Trump dis-invited the the championship team, and accused it of abandoning its fans.
President Trump is known for his particular style of tweets. NPR's Scott Simon muses about what other famous lines from history might sound like if they'd been composed by Trump.
The reactions to Kanye West's noisy rightward lurch illustrate some important dynamics about black voting behavior and why a country with many black conservatives has so few black Republicans.
Donald Trump's victory ushered in a level of conservative dominance in American politics not seen in nearly a century. But fears of losing a culture war can stoke "apocalyptic" feelings on the right.