After furor over an impromptu meeting between Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton, a Justice official says career lawyers and FBI agents will make judgments on Hillary Clinton's case.
Late Thursday night, shortly before the controversial law was set to take effect, a federal judge ruled it unconstitutional. He called it an "attempt to put LGBT citizens back in their place."
President Obama answers critics among people of color who say that, despite their overwhelming support at the ballot box, he hasn't done enough to deliver results for their communities.
Steve Inskeep interviews President Obama on NPR's radio special, the "Obama Years," about how Americans have fared since 2008. He also discusses the Brexit vote and parallels in the U.S. election.
William Kitt was living on the streets, abusing drugs and very sick when Broadway Housing Communities in New York offered him a room. Thirteen years later, he's thriving. His art tells the tale.
Suki Kim wrote Without You, There Is No Us after working undercover as a teacher in North Korea. She says the response to her book is also a response to her identity as Korean and a woman.
The law, which was to take effect on Friday, would have allowed merchants and government employees to deny services to same-sex couples because of religious beliefs.
Families struggle to find a safe, therapeutic place for loved ones with serious mental disorders. In Geel, Belgium, residents have brought mentally ill strangers into their homes for centuries.
The fatal crash of a Tesla Model S car that was in autopilot mode when it collided with a truck on a Florida highway last month is prompting a preliminary evaluation of the feature.
Hawaii, California, Georgia and New Mexico were the states with the highest percentages of residents identifying as transgender. Young adults are the most likely to have that gender identity.
Biden told NPR he's prepared to vouch for Clinton, who he'll join on the campaign trail next week. "You're putting your rep on the line, you're saying, 'I think this person has character,'" he said.
"We're not the most talented team in America," Coastal Carolina's coach Gary Gilmore said after the game. "We're just the national champion. That's all I know."
"We are looking at that. We're looking at a lot of things," Donald Trump said Thursday, before quickly pivoting to border security.
Connecticut is the first state requiring police fill out a form when they use a stun gun. Research shows police used stun guns on black and Latino suspects at a higher rate than on white suspects.
The country, widely criticized for trafficking in its seafood industry, has made improvements, says the State Department report. But critics don't agree.
A father trying to save his son from the Islamic State. A brother working to support his sisters' education. A customs guard who shot one of the attackers. Three sisters, celebrating an engagement.
Therapists are in such demand they can bypass insurance companies, so the wealthy are more likely to get treated. A historian explains how this came to be the norm in the U.S. health care system.
The yogurt entrepreneur who set fire to his factory remains in prison, but he's in better spirits now. "He's dreaming again," says his wife.
A commission is investigating complaints by military academy students who say systematic sexual abuse was inflicted on new recruits dating back to the 1970s.
Scientists have been attaching transmitters on the huge seagoing birds and are astonished by their ability to stay aloft.