Barbra Streisand On Broadway, Hollywood — And Siri Streisand's latest album is <em>Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway</em>, a collection of duets with film stars. NPR's Scott Simon caught her in a stolen moment between tour stops.
'Googly-Eyed' Stubby Squid Captures Internet's Attention Researchers from the Nautilus exploration vessel came upon the bright purple creature with giant eyes. It may look like a cartoon character, but it's real. It's also pretty tough, a researcher says.
Charlene Kaye: 'It's Hard To Be What You Don't See' The San Fermin singer, who has a new solo EP, says she wants to be a model for Asian-American girls who don't see themselves represented in rock music.
After DNC Hack, Cybersecurity Experts Worry About Old Machines, Vote Tampering Experts have long warned that America's patchwork of old and unsecured voting systems leaves votes vulnerable to tampering — and in ways that wouldn't have to involve a foreign attack.
In Singapore, First Street Food Vendor Earns A Michelin Star A Singapore chef is the first street vendor to earn a Michelin star. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Michelin Guides' International Director Michael Ellis about Chef Hin Meng's cheap culinary delights.
As Campaign Management Shakes Up Again, Donald Trump Softens His Tone After major upheaval in his staff, presidential candidate Donald Trump has rallied voters in North Carolina and Michigan. His supporters describe how they now feel about their candidate's chances.
Rule 40: How The Brands Blackout Impacts Olympic Athletes An International Olympic Committee rule stipulates that only official sponsors can market around the Games. Oiselle CEO Sally Bergesen tells NPR's Scott Simon why she feels the rule hurts athletes.
Major Budget Cuts, Poor Ticket Sales Will Force Downsizing For Paralympics The International Paralympic Committee says there's not enough money to fund the games, which start next month. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with IPC spokesman Craig Spence about the financial crisis.