Sometimes we lose something so central that our very sense of self unravels, and we have to resort to extremes.
We examine how leaving things unsaid with our intimates can lead to misunderstandings and missed connections.
An external view shows 49-year-old Elaine Herzberg, who suddenly appears in the headlights walking her bike. An interior view shows the safety driver in the moments leading up to the impact.
Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, who has been accused of corruption, was hit with the release of video footage this week that appeared to support the allegations.
March has been a frightful month for Austin residents. The police department has responded to more than 1,000 calls about suspicious packages since March 12.
Investigators are still trying to determine why a man in Austin, Texas built and detonated a series of deadly bombs over the past month. Authorities have continued trying to find the bomber’s motives.
After days of silence over the Cambridge Analytica breach, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg released a statement. Zuckerberg’s former mentor Roger McNamee shares his reaction with NPR’s Ailsa Chang.
Since it began in 1985, the annual prize has recognized emerging writers. And while you may not know the winners announced Wednesday, their futures are bright — if previous winners are any indication.
Justices issued a potentially far-reaching decision Wednesday making it harder for the federal government to prosecute obstruction of IRS enforcement of the tax code.
Critics say the Trump administration failed to properly vet Dr. Robert Redfield. Sen. Patty Murray says a past research controversy suggests a “pattern of ethically and morally questionable behavior.”