TV streaming fans now have a new option for their attention: Max
A new streaming service which combines HBO Max with Discovery+ launches Tuesday. It's called Max. There are three tiers of services — starting with the version that has ads for about $10 a month.
California panel calls for billions in reparations for descendants of slaves
A task force in California approved recommendations on how the state can apologize to, and compensate, descendants of slavery. The recommendations head to state lawmakers next.
Trump attorney asks E. Jean Carroll why it took decades to accuse his client of rape
Donald Trump's attorney spent Thursday cross-examining E. Jean Carroll. She is a former columnist who sued Trump, claiming he raped her in a department store dressing room in the mid-1990s.
South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol to hold meetings with President Biden
Wednesday's meeting is the first by a Korean leader in 12 years. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the U.S.-Korea alliance — both see it as vital to addressing tensions in Asia and beyond.
McCarthy to hold a vote soon on plan to increase debt limit while cutting spending
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is working to gain support within his own party for his proposal that would raise the debt ceiling in exchange for spending cuts.
These are the job sectors that are hiring and experiencing wage growth
NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with Arin Dube, professor of economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, about how wage growth is breaking down some barriers in the job market.
March Madness action resumes with the Sweet 16
The men's college basketball tournament resumes Thursday, and the women's on Friday — after several upsets in the opening rounds of both tournaments
How are Republicans reacting to Trump's claims that he'll be arrested?
GOP lawmakers generally are defending former President Donald Trump, who said he was going to be arrested Tuesday. Republicans claim a probe by the Manhattan DA's office is politically motivated.
The Federal Reserve tries to limit any further damage to the banking system
The Federal Reserve is facing a decision this week on whether to raise interest rates again to fight inflation or take a breather to avoid putting more stress on the banking system.
Pentagon manages new tensions after a Russian warplane hit an unarmed U.S. drone
The top U.S. and Russian defense officials spoke by phone, a rare occurrence during the past year of war in Ukraine. The aim was to bring down tensions after a U.S. drone crashed in the Black Sea.