The U.S. Influence On Cuba's Rapid Cultural Change As big-name celebrities flock to the territory, Cuban culture is undergoing rapid change. But do Cubans want Chanel stores and Rolling Stones concerts?
Voters Often Confuse 'American Independent' With 'Independent' Party Californian Sherree Worrell wanted to register "no party preference," but accidentally joined the American Independent Party. She's not the only voter to be similarly confused.
Sebastian Junger's Examines Veteran Life After Leaving 'Tribe' Sebastian Junger's new book, "Tribe," looks at soldiers returning home from war. He tells NPR's Scott Simon that veterans often don't feel like they belong to the society they fought for.
Egypt Veers From Track Record By Raising Terrorism As Possible Cause Egyptian authorities have been more willing to admit fears of terrorism in the downing of EgyptAir 804 than Egyptians have been in previous air disasters.
How Important Are Superdelegates In Securing The Democratic Nomination? The math is stacked against Sen. Bernie Sanders. Hillary Clinton leads in both votes cast and pledged delegates. To match her delegate lead, he'd need 70 percent of the vote.
Sanders Criticizes Democratic Nominating Process During New Mexico Rally Sen. Bernie Sanders campaigned in New Mexico last night, marching on in his fight against Hillary Clinton, and challenging the Democratic Party primary process along the way.
'32 Yolks' Chronicles Chef's Culinary Journey Before Eric Ripert worked in Michelin-starred restaurants, he struggled to make a simple hollandaise sauce. He talks to NPR's Scott Simon about his new memoir, "32 Yolks."