Nation | Entertainment | Election | MusicNPR | Feb. 17, 2017 12:49 p.m.
How the border wall might keep undocumented migrants in the country, a study measures the effects of voter ID laws on minority turnout, and Bey's Grammy snubs illustrates about race and merit.
Members of The Turtles lost their New York class action in a ruling from the state's appeals court.
The former pharmaceutical executive — who earned notoriety for jacking up the price of a life-saving drug — spoke to a student group Wednesday night, though about a tenth of his audience walked out.
Music | Entertainment | Food | World | ArtsNPR | Feb. 15, 2017 7:55 a.m.
Calls for a boycott are not new for Adele. And now, embroiled in the politics of both left and right, she will likely think longingly back to her first, uncomplicated boycott — about her tea-making.
Since the legendary singer began his career in the 1960s, he won Grammys in the jazz, pop and R&B categories. Just one clue that Jarreau, who died Sunday, was impossible to categorize.
Technology | Music | BusinessNPR | Feb. 9, 2017 8:36 a.m.
The past week brought a slew of high-level financial filings from tech and music companies — from which we read the tea leaves.
It is a daunting task to definitively rank, with icy precision, the songs featured in the ratings-challenged but critically adored CW series. But we do it anyway, because journalism.
Jazz vocalist John Boutté feels he can no longer afford to live in his hometown of New Orleans.