At age 41, his body is telling him the time has come, the Swiss tennis great said in a video message released on Thursday. Federer has won more than 100 titles, including 20 Grand Slam singles wins.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russia’s Vladimir Putin are expected to meet on the sidelines of a summit in Uzbekistan, a group formed by Beijing and Moscow as a counterweight to U.S. influence.
To kick off our Latinx Heritage Month celebration, Omar Apollo brings a mariachi band and a communal spirit to the Tiny Desk.
A Tiny Desk Takeover
The pop singer has superstar ambition and a knack for clever genre collisions. But while her new album sometimes matches intensity with innovation, it more often grinds her nuanced story to a paste.
Morning Edition’s Poet-in-Residence Kwame Alexander took poetry submissions from NPR listeners and turned them into a community-made poem for the new school year.
In Sloviansk, many of those who remain are over 60. Social workers help with food, medicine and cleaning. An 86-year-old calls her social worker “Firefly,” saying, “She brings light in a dark time.”
Mexican authorities have arrested a retired general and three other members of the army for alleged connection to the disappearance of 43 students in southern Mexico in 2014.
The leaders of China and Russia have joined other foreign leaders in Central Asia. Top concerns include Russia’s war in Ukraine.
According to the president of Ukraine, a new mass grave was discovered close to a city that had been taken back.
Ukrainian authorities found a mass burial site near a recaptured northeastern city previously occupied by Russian forces, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced.