The state’s “Power to Choose” website was created to allow Texans a way to compare electric companies. But does it really? Some consumers say no.Read more
Get away to the mountains in this episode! What are classical music festivals all about, and what makes Aspen special? Alan Fletcher explains.LISTEN HERE
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Sunday Baroque is a celebration of beloved and appealing music from the baroque era (1600-1750) and the years leading up to it.
Live classical music from American Public Media hosts.
Three kids use their math skills to save cyberspace from the dastardly Hacker.
The adventures of 10-year-old brother-and-sister twins and their friends.
The `This Old House' crew answers home-improvement queries in this spin-off, taped in a renovated New England barn loft.
A series on woodworking projects and techniques that also features visits to workshops, museums and schools.
In the final proposal, Obama will unveil measures that are tougher than those in the 2014 draft proposal. The rules seek to curb carbon emissions from power plants by 32 percent by 2030.
Iraq invaded Kuwait on Aug. 2, 1990. The U.S. reversed Saddam Hussein's aggression, but it was just the start of the U.S. military role in Iraq that's spanned four presidents and a panoply of goals.
Authorities said one of the parts found earlier belonged to a Boeing 777, the same kind of plane as the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
President Obama will unveil climate change regulations Monday, expected to set tougher limits on coal than previously proposed. NPR's Scott Horsley previews the announcement with host Rachel Martin.
Scouting has been the official program for Mormon boys for more than 100 years, but that may change after a vote allowing openly gay leaders. A Brigham Young professor says a split would be wrenching.