Pushing The Brake On Education Funding In Colorado How is it that the nation's 14th richest state ranks 42nd in how much it spends per student in schools? It all comes down to Colorado's Taxpayer's Bill of Rights, or TABOR.
Donald Trump Wins Republican Primary In Indiana The last polls in Indiana have closed, and Donald Trump is projected to win the GOP primary. On the Democratic side, the race between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton is still too close to call.
How Starbucks Got Tangled Up In LA's Homelessness Crisis There are 44,000 people living on the streets in and around Los Angeles. With no other place to go, many end up at a Starbucks — to the consternation of some employees.
Educators In Flint Step Up Efforts To Reach Youngest Victims Of Tainted Water Thousands of kids in Flint who have been exposed to high levels of lead are at risk of major behavioral and cognitive problems. But early education intervention can help mitigate these effects.
U.S. Spent $1.4 Billion To Stop HIV By Promoting Abstinence. Did It Work? The money was part of the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief. It went to sex ed classes and public health messages in Africa. Effective or not? A new study offers a clear verdict.
What's For Dinner? The Options For A Fast Answer Multiply As many as 80 percent of Americans don't know what's for dinner by 4 p.m. that same day. From in-grocery store restaurants to local, organic cafeteria fare, new options for fast meals are cropping up.
In Syria, Aid Workers Face Arrest Over Efforts To Reach Besieged Areas Aid workers in Syria face arrest and torture from the government and threats from rebel groups just for trying to get baby food to areas under siege. Two of them tell their stories and plead for help.
In Indiana, Donald Trump Looks To Cement Path To GOP Nomination Voters in Indiana are at the polls Tuesday in a presidential primary that could largely determine the outcome of the GOP race, while Bernie Sanders fights on to influence Democrats.
U.S. Mission In Iraq Called Into Question After Death Of Service Member NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Fred Kaplan of <em>Slate</em> about the American mission in Iraq. President Obama vowed the U.S. would not have a combat role when he sent American forces back to Iraq to fight ISIS.
'Neither Snow Nor Rain' Celebrates History Of U.S. Postal Service NPR's Robert Siegel talks with author Devin Leonard whose new book, <em>Neither Snow Nor Rain</em>, celebrates the history of the U.S. Postal Service.