Philippine President Hears Voice Of God: It Says, 'Don't Swear' President Rodrigo Duterte, made headlines for his profane descriptions of U.S. leaders, said he heard the voice of God threatening to bring his plane down unless he promised to clean up his act.
Teens Want More Education On The Electoral Process High school students watching the election wonder if their schools have prepared them to be good citizens, and whether they're ready for the responsibility of voting.
E-Sports Attract Big Money, Big Crowds And Former Pro Athletes E-sports features franchise owners such as former NBA greats Shaq O'Neal, Magic Johnson and Rick Fox. The League of Legends Gaming World Championship plays out this weekend in Los Angeles.
Ohio Campaign Swing Brings Out Trump's Lighter Side Donald Trump on Thursday campaigned in Ohio, a state where the race is tight with Hillary Clinton. If Trump is going to become president, he almost certainly needs to win the Buckeye State.
Clinton Continues To Press An Affirmative Vision For The Country In the final days before voters go to the polls, Renee Montagne talks to Brian Fallon, press secretary for Hillary Clinton's campaign, about the ways WikiLeaks has made Clinton vulnerable.
Project Aims To Help Arab Israelis Get Into Management Jobs In a program backed by the Israeli president, a large accounting firm tries to hire more of Israel's Palestinian-Arab citizens for management jobs.
Democrats Focus On Rural New York To Retake The U.S. House For Democrats, the path to regaining the U.S. House runs through upstate New York. But a changing Democratic electorate in rural areas means it's a tough path.
'Economist' Correspondent Spends Time On Migrant Rescue Ship Emma Hogan spent five days aboard a migrant rescue ship in the central Mediterranean. She kept a reporter's diary of that week, and talks to Renee Montagne about the experience.