David Sanger, of The New York Times, talks about troop levels in Afghanistan and climate change legislation.
The Pentagon is calling today one of the deadliest days for U.S. troops in the Afghanistan war.
Three bombs were detonated in different parts of the country, killing at least two dozen people.
Comedian Milton Supman (left), known by his stage name Soupy Sales, died Thursday in New York.
Israel and Iran say that an Australian newspaper reporting they had both talked to each other at a Cairo conference last month was false.
This month, comic book heroes Asterix and Obelix turn 50 years old. Volume 34 of the series hits bookstore shelves in Paris today.
Shrek the Musical will have its closing night on Broadway January 3.
The M.T.A. is considering off-peak discounted fares for passengers who hop on the bus or train after hours.
Iran has tentatively agreed to ship most of its low-enriched uranium to Russia for conversion to medical use uranium.
To celebrate, museum admission is free today from 10 AM to 5:45 PM.
In a report released today, a government watchdog says the $700 billion financial industry bailout has helped bring the economy back from the brink of collapse.
Raphael's Head of a Muse may sell for more than $20 million, the art auction house Christie's International announced today.
A day in the life of a Japanese samurai will go on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Wednesday.
At least four people have been killed by two explosions on the campus of the International Islamic University in Islamabad, Pakistan.
The U.N.-backed Independent Electoral Commission found that President Karzai did not win the Afghan election in August. Karzai has agreed to a November 7 run-off.
A tradition of many years at WQXR is the Washington Report, during which David Sanger joins us with a preview of the week's top stories.
Students in New York City schools with the most access to arts education and resources had higher graduation rates, according to a report released Monday by the nonprofit group, Center for Arts Education.
El Museo del Barrio New York celebrates its 40th anniversary Saturday, October 17.
A suicide bomber killed 12 people, including an imam, and wounded at least thirty others in northern Iraq, after opening fire on mosque worshippers Friday during prayers.