Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will outline budget priorities during a news conference on Monday. A key question for the Pentagon: How to curb growth of military pay and benefits?
Joaquin Guzman remains the focus of intense law enforcement interest. The man who occupied a prominent place for years on the DEA's most-wanted list is still wanted to face trial in a U.S. courtroom.
Joaquin Guzman known as "El Chapo," was arrested in an early Saturday morning raid in the Pacific beach resort of Mazatlan. Multiple U.S. agencies provided intelligence that helped take down Guzman.
The container with 14 tons of cigarettes washed ashore in Britain. It is thought to be one of many lost from a cargo ship on Valentine's Day that was battered by 30-foot waves during a fierce storm.
The first commercial for electronic cigarettes has aired on British TV screens. Some medical authorities fear it is sending the wrong message. Five decades ago, cigarette ads were banned in Britain.
A growing number of social apps provide anonymity to users. One of the most popular is Whisper. It allows people to share secrets without disclosing their identities.
To find out movie listings, all you needed to do was call 777-FILM. Because calls have dropped off, the automated phone service will be discontinued. The app will still show movie listings.
The closing ceremony included all the pomp and pageantry you'd expect from the games. South Korea will host the Winter Olympics in 2018.
Last fall, Steve Inskeep talked to John Lippert of Bloomberg Markets magazine, about Joaquin Guzman. In this encore presentation of that interview, Lippert explains the massive business Guzman built.
David Greene talks to Dmitri Trenin, director of the independent Carnegie Moscow Center, about the weekend's dramatic developments in Ukraine, and how they affect Russia's strategic position.