Hondurans go to the polls Sunday, and many voters say they're undecided who they'll vote for. But one thing they do know is ...
Tensions are driven by the still-divisive personality of former President Trump, by issues such as vaccines and mandates and ...
A new coronavirus variant, first discovered in South Africa, has begun to spread around the globe. Vaccine producers say they're working to get ahead of the new strain.
NPR's David Folkenflik talks to Yan Bennett, of the Center on Contemporary China at Princeton, about Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai's disappearance.
Cases of the latest COVID variant of concern — first identified in South Africa — have been reported in the U.K., Germany, Italy and elsewhere. Travel from southern Africa is now restricted.
Scott Simon talks with Jodi Picoult about her new novel, "Wish You Were Here." It's a pandemic-inspired story, with a character stranded in the Galapagos Islands.
We take a look at the Golden State Warriors making a comeback, the conviction of a Brazilian Olympics sports official and more.
Anthony J. Broadwater was accused of raping author Alice Sebold in 1981 after the author mistakenly identified him as her assailant in a police lineup. He's now been exonerated of the crime.
The cases involve travel to southern Africa, where the latest COVID variant of concern was first identified, the British health secretary said. No cases have been identified in the U.S. so far.
The residents of British Columbia, Canada, face more heavy rains while still recovering from a previous storm that caused widespread flooding and damage.
The second time Vanessa Quintero's family caught the virus, probably from her 8-year-old daughter, fewer people got sick. They and their doctors credit the protection of vaccination.
Scott Simon speaks with author Sophia Glock about her graphic novel, "Passport," about a young girl's experience with her parents' careers with the CIA.