U.K. House Of Commons Locked Down After Westminster Bridge Incident Police descended on the Parliament grounds after reports that a car struck pedestrians on Westminster Bridge. Witnesses say a man went on the attack by Parliament's gates. This is a developing story.
Sen. Feinstein To Gorsuch: You 'Avoid Specificity Like No One I Have Ever Seen' Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch is answering a second round of questions from a Senate committee today. Democrats are expressing frustration because they're not learning specifics about his views.
Republican Charlie Dent On His Reservations Over GOP Health Plan President Trump went to Capitol Hill on Tuesday to sell the GOP health care bill to Congress. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Republican Rep. Charlie Dent, who says he has reservations about it.
Commentary: U.S. Women's National Hockey Team Doesn't Get Enough Respect The U.S. is hosting this year's Women's World Hockey Championships. So why is the U.S. women's team threatening to boycott? Commentator Sarah Spain of ESPN says it's about fairness and respect.
A Correction About Judge Gorsuch In an interview, former Neil Gorsuch colleague Judge Michael McConnell mentioned a case involving Denver telecom CEO Joe Nacchio. In fact, Gorsuch was recused in that case.
Scotland Debates Independence From The U.K. On Wednesday, the Scottish Parliament is debating asking for a second referendum on independence from the U.K., after the U.K. voted to leave the European Union last year.
Trump Adviser On Navigating Gorsuch's Nomination David Greene talks with Leonard Leo, an adviser to President Trump on the Supreme Court, who has been walking Judge Gorsuch through the confirmation process.
Teaching Language With Culture In California Elementary school teacher Ron Morris of Riverside, California goes a step beyond to understand his students' backgrounds. It's one way Morris incorporates the culture of his students in the classroom.