Obama's Diplomatic Gamble On Iran Adding Instability In Middle East Limited though it may be, analysts say the administration's negotiation with Iran has shaken traditional allies and left both friends and enemies uncertain about what it will do next in the region.
Remembering Pop Singer Selena, 'The Queen of Tejano' The singer Selena elevated Tex-Mex music to a new level. She was about to cross over to the English-language market when she was fatally shot 20 years ago on March 31, 1995.
Jay Z's Music Service, Tidal, Arrives With A Splash, And Questions Follow The premium streaming service, which will be owned in part by musicians, was unveiled in a star-packed ceremony. The first question it needs to answer: Can it attract listeners?
Iraqi Forces Make Advances In Tikrit, Prime Minister Says After a month of fighting in the Iraqi city of Tikrit, the Iraqi Prime Minister said Tuesday that Iraqi forces took a step toward pushing out the self-declared Islamic State.
Yale University Library Purchases Civil War Photography Collection NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with George Miles, the William Robertson Coe Curator at the Beinecke Library, about the Civil War and Abraham Lincoln photograph collection that has been purchased by Yale.
New 'Daily Show' Host Faces Criticism Over Questionable Tweets Less than 24 hours after "The Daily Show" made its announcement, new host Trevor Noah is facing backlash over tweets he posted where he ridicules Jews, lesbians and overweight women.