The new law allows student athletes to make money from advertising that uses their name and image. The measure won’t just benefit star athletes at elite universities.
NPR’s Noel King talks to Andrew Meldrum of The Associated Press about the future of Zimbabwe following this month’s death of former President Robert Mugabe, who was buried over the weekend.
While the opioid problem in the U.S. is about too many opioids, in some countries there are few options for treating or controlling pain.
The head of The Walt Disney Co. has a new book, The Ride of a Lifetime. It’s a memoir of what he has learned in 15 years there — encompassing the purchases of Pixar, Lucasfilm and 21st Century Fox.
Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., spoke to NPR about her new anti-poverty legislation and her take on the Democrats’ moves on an impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
The ruling by the Supreme Court’s 11 judges was unanimous. Parliament has not in fact been suspended, according to the decision.
A growing subculture of savvy consumers is finding new ways to game credit card points. But it’s not a game for everyone.
There was a time when a strike at General Motors shocked the economy. In an era of global competition and changing tastes, neither GM nor the United Auto Workers are as powerful as they once were.
As the GM strike continues, we return to the Lordstown plant in Ohio that made Chevy Cruzes before being closed. What do workers there think about the role their former plant plays in negotiations?
The quarter-percentage-point cut will lower borrowing costs for households and businesses. The move is an effort to prolong the decade-old economic expansion in the face of rising headwinds.