Nation | Business | Food | Entertainment | ArtsNPR | Sept. 26, 2016 1:51 p.m.
As we mourn the golf great, we acknowledge another contribution he made to our culture: the tasty and refreshing iced tea and lemonade beverage that carries his name.
Science | Health | Nation | EntertainmentNPR | Sept. 22, 2016 3:43 p.m.
Scientists are finally beginning to understand proprioception, a sense that tells us where our body is in space. Much of what they've learned comes from two girls with a rare genetic disorder.
Nation | Entertainment | Books | ArtsNPR | Sept. 22, 2016 12:43 p.m.
Two dozen luminaries — from Terry Gross to Mel Brooks, Morgan Freeman to Louise Glück — get laurels Thursday, as President Obama awards the National Medals of Arts and National Humanities Medals.
Science | World | Food | EntertainmentNPR | Sept. 21, 2016 8:17 a.m.
Archaeologists have found the glassy remains of burnt cheese in an ancient pot. It seems trial and error is a timeless method to the madness of creating good food.
Science | Health | Technology | EntertainmentNPR | Sept. 21, 2016 6 a.m.
Scientist Riccardo Sabatini says we have the technology to read the human genome and predict things like height, eye color, age — all from a vial of blood.
Big Data is everywhere — even the skies. Astronomer Andrew Connolly shows how large amounts of data are being collected about our universe, and how it will help lead to new discoveries.
Nation | Entertainment | ArtsNPR | Sept. 20, 2016 5:14 a.m.
The Toronto International Film Festival's lineup of new movies pushed back against the narrow definition of a "black film" and offered a feast of cinematic stories about black life.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus issued a personal apology for the political climate and Jeb Bush called Jimmy Kimmel a "Godless Hollywood Hippie."
Does the fall TV season even matter anymore, in this age of #PeakTV? September is still the beginning of the season for broadcast networks — which still draw the most viewers and the big bucks.