NPR | Oct. 25, 2016
Airplanes are a remarkably safe way to travel, but small children can be injured while aloft. Skipping the hot coffee and putting small ones in the window seat can help, pediatricians say.
NPR | Oct. 25, 2016
Nearly half of American adults have been entered into law enforcement facial recognition databases, a new report shows. But problems with the accuracy of the technology could affect innocent people.
This summer, Volkswagen agreed to pay up to $10 billion to U.S. car owners and nearly $5 billion in economic reparations for selling cars that cheated on emissions tests. The deal is now approved.
A new study finds that for every seven more adults in a neighborhood, one fewer young person leaves school.
Colonoscopy has long been the gold standard for colon cancer screening. Now gastroenterologists say the quick, inexpensive, noninvasive FIT test is a good option for people not willing to go there.
Business | Technology | Nation | EconomyNPR | Oct. 25, 2016 7:44 a.m.
AT&T positions itself as the future competitor to cable, promising an era of experimentation and innovation. But consumer advocates raise a raft of concerns. Regulators will weigh both sides.
There's no question bed sharing increases the risk of sudden death, pediatricians say. New guidelines are aimed at reducing that risk as much as possible in the first year of a child's life.
Austin Beggin was paralyzed in a freak accident last year and wonders what's next. He gets some answers from Tim Flynn, who has been paralyzed for 35 years. One tip: start looking forward.
Remembering William Bowen, a former president of Princeton University and an important scholar of higher education, who died last week.
Entertainment | Business | News | Nation | Election | Election 2016NPR | Oct. 25, 2016 6:11 a.m.
On the inaugural nightly Facebook Live from Trump Tower, the GOP nominee's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said "unequivocally" that Trump will win even as he badly trails Hillary Clinton in polls.
Entertainment | Nation | World | ScienceNPR | Oct. 25, 2016 4 a.m.
The corpse flower is a botanical rock star — prized by botanic gardens around the globe. In a new video, NPR's Skunk Bear explores the biology of the stinky giant, which thrives by playing dead.
Politics | Nation | Business | News | Technology | Election | Election 2016NPR | Oct. 25, 2016 3:44 a.m.
Donald Trump said it put "too much concentration of power in the hands of too few" and Tim Kaine called for "less concentration, especially in the media."