National Public Radio's weekend afternoon newsmagazine.
Moderate Democrats are facing one of the most difficult political decisions in their careers. And the stakes couldn't be higher for their freshman class.
Relatives of nine American women and children who were brutally killed in Mexico last month were in Washington this week to tell their story. They want the U.S. to go after drug cartels.
The decision sets the stage for a battle over whether a president can defy congressional and grand jury subpoena power.
Abby McEnany plays a version of herself — a mid-40s, queer, gender non-conforming woman — in a new Showtime comedy series. It's the first TV project for the Chicago improv stalwart.
The education secretary testified before the House education committee about her handling of a loan relief program for student borrowers who say they were defrauded by for-profit colleges.
Members of the nonprofit Parents For Peace came to Washington to show the human toll of violent extremism. They want Americans to see hate as a public health crisis.
A task force on diversity and inclusivity led by Time's Up executive Tina Tchen made sweeping recommendations that could transform the Recording Academy.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a landmark proposal that would give 2 million workers paid leave upon the birth or adoption of a child, in what worker advocates call a hard-won victory.
In a cave in Indonesia, archaeologists have uncovered a stunning ancient painting of a hunting party that is thousands of years older than similar works found in Europe.
America's supply of sugar is shrinking because of a poor sugar beet harvest in the northern Midwest. As a result, the U.S. will import more sugar this fiscal year than it has in almost 40 years.
A Navy veteran from Cleveland tried vaping marijuana to deal with his chronic pain. He landed in the hospital, becoming one of over 2,200 Americans who have suffered serious lung injury from vaping.
The state's attorney general argued that the oil giant misled shareholders about the financial risks from climate change.
Harvey Weinstein and his accusers who took him to civil court may have reached a settlement , but it doesn’t look much like justice.
Dec. 13from The Business
The House approves two articles of impeachment against President Trump.
Dec. 13from Left, Right & Center
Prime Minister Boris Johnson orchestrated a landslide victory in yesterday’s UK election, resulting in the biggest Conservative majority in Parliament since Margaret Thatcher won a…
Dec. 13from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson delivered a landslide victory for the Conservatives yesterday, centered around his signature campaign promise.
The Trump Administration is lifting a five-year ban on hydraulic fracking and oil drilling on more than a million acres of federal land across Central California, specifically in…
Mexico City has 9 million people and 45 government-owned ambulances.
Our critics review “Uncut Gems,” starring Adam Sandler as a jewelry store owner and a compulsive gambler; “A Hidden Life,” a historical film by Terrence Malick about an Austrian farmer…
Harvey Weinstein and the women who brought a civil case against him have potentially reached a $25 million settlement.
Dec. 13from Hollywood Breakdown
After an abrupt end to a contentious day of debate, the panel reconvened Friday morning to pass the articles on party-line votes. The full House of Representatives is expected to vote next week.
Dec. 13from NPR
Harvey Weinstein just reached a tentative settlement with more than 30 women he allegedly harassed: $25 million split between the women and Weinstein’s legal defense.
Dec. 12from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Billionaire presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg is going all-in on California, especially after Democratic Senator Kamala Harris dropped out of the race.