harvard business school professor mihir desai says the unemployment rate is the lowest its been in a decade. he speaks with npr's michel martin about the increasing options for recent graduates.
listen to some advice offered to the class of 2017 from speakers, including hillary clinton at wellesley college, vice president mike pence at the u.s. naval academy and actor will ferrell at usc.
npr's michel martin talks with southern poverty law center intelligence project director heidi beirich about raised concerns of an increase in hate crimes after stabbings in maryland and oregon.
in this week's barbershop, npr's michel martin talks about upcoming offerings in summer entertainment with humor writer luvvie ajayi, journalist kara brown of jezebel and npr's eric deggans.
npr's michel martin talks with reporter michelle fields, who was working at a florida campaign rally last year when she was grabbed by donald trump's former campaign manager, corey lewandowski.
an assault of a reporter by montana's republican congressman-elect appears to have hurled the public into a new realm of political incivility, raising the question: have we crossed an invisible line?
after visiting saudi arabia, israel, the palestinian territories, rome and brussels, president trump wrapped up his first international trip since taking office today in sicily with other g7 leaders.
bunning was one of few ballplayers to pitch no-hitters in both leagues; in 1964, he pitched a perfect game. as a politician, the kentuckian was known as cantankerous and staunchly conservative.
the tiny office of government ethics, led by walter shaub jr., has scored a victory in its effort to gather information about trump administration employees who were previously lobbyists.
president trump returns to the u.s. late saturday. here's a look at key moments and key issues during his week-long trip overseas to the middle east and europe.
today's communiqué from the summit is unusually short. notably, it says the u.s. "is in the process of reviewing its policies on climate change and on the paris agreement."
the disturbance began when a man started yelling on train, including slurs at two apparently muslim women. when others tried to intervene, the man stabbed three of them.
man weaves, more formally known as cranial prosthesis, are a non-surgical procedure by barbers to help balding men. they're growing in popularity as more men opt to spend up to $800 to "regain" hair.
two scientists agree that pesticide-laden dust from planting equipment kills bees. but they're proposing different solutions, because they disagree about whether the pesticides are useful to farmers.
stefani mccoy had it with school when she was a teenager. she turned her life around — and now she's helping namibia's dropouts do the same.
an outbreak of botulism caused by nacho cheese sauce from a gas station has hospitalized nine people and killed one man in northern california.
fatalities have been reported after an explosion at an ariana grande concert in manchester, england. 'everyone just fled," says one concertgoer. "people were just running all over the place."
all things considered host audie cornish speaks to the financial times' andy bounds about the latest in a deadly incident at an ariana grande show in manchester, england.
police in manchester, england, say they're investigating the reported explosion at a show by american singer ariana grande as a terrorist attack until they know otherwise.
the white house is expected to ask for big cuts, push school choice and change student loan repayment. but presidents have rarely succeeded in cutting the education department budget.