An Attempt To Save South Carolina's Historical Documents Is Destroying Them Historical documents across the country are facing an issue other than age: An effort to preserve them decades ago is hastening the documents' demise.
Beth Hart's Advice To Fellow Musicians: 'We Have The Right To Say No' As a budding rock singer in the '90s, Hart battled crippling addiction. Today, she's healthy — and shares how artists can survive in an industry that can be dismissive of mental illness.
In A Film Industry Focused On Youth, Older Characters Are Tough To Find A study of the 25 films nominated for Best Picture Oscars over the past three years found less than 12 percent of the characters were people over the age of 60.
New Report Finds ISIS Territorial Defeats Are Also Hitting The Group's Wallet The researchers found that ISIS took in approximately 50 percent less income last year than in 2014. That's because its financial fortunes are linked to the amount of territory it controls.
Secretary Of State Rex Tillerson Keeps Low Profile Since Taking Office Questions are being raised about how much influence Tillerson has with the White House. He was absent from the president's recent meetings with the leaders of Canada, Israel and Japan.
Milo Yiannopoulos Resigns From Breitbart After Underage Sex Comments Milo Yiannopoulos is having a very bad few days. The 32-year-old conservative provocateur resigned from Breitbart, lost a book contract and a high-profile speaking engagement after past remarks resurfaced showing him seemingly praising pedophilia.
Supreme Court Considers If Mexican Nationals Can Sue For Border Shooting The U.S. Supreme Court today heard arguments in a case testing whether the family of the dead boy can sue the agent for damages in the United States. The case involves one unarmed 15-year old shot across the border in Mexico, but officials report a substantial rise in such cross border shootings in recent years.
After Criticism, Trump Speaks Out Against Anti-Semitic Violence President Trump said Tuesday anti-Semitic violence is "horrible" and more work needs to be done to root out bigotry. His comments came after criticism that he hasn't spoken out against anti-Semitism.
Headstones Vandalized At Jewish Cemetery In Missouri The Jewish community in St. Louis is trying to understand what's behind a massive act of vandalism at one of the oldest Jewish cemeteries in the state of Missouri. Vandals toppled more than 170 gravestones at Chesed Shel Emeth cemetery sometime over the weekend.
Without Warrants, Immigration Agents Often Pose As Police Officers Immigrations and Customs Enforcement officers can't enter someone's residence without a warrant. When they don't have a warrant, they sometimes describe themselves as police officers to get people to let them in the door. NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Joel Rubin of <em>The Los Angeles Times</em> about this tactic.
Homeland Security Unveils New Rules On Immigration Law Enforcement Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly on Tuesday unveiled new rules aimed at tougher enforcement of immigration laws, a major policy shift that could put millions of people in the U.S. illegally at risk of deportation.