Now that recreational marijuana is legal in Oregon, some activists and entrepreneurs are taking the next step: they’re running for office.
Saudi Arabia warns that it will sell its U.S. investments if Congress passes a bill allowing victims of terror attacks sue foreign governments.
In 1989, Trump bought the Eastern Air Lines Shuttle, which ran hourly flights between Boston, New York and Washington, D.C.
The country’s minister for justice and migration discusses the influx of migrants and what Europe should do about the crisis.
A rules change would make it easier for delegates to have their say and potentially pick a nominee other than Donald Trump.
The decision to place Tubman’s portrait on the $20 likely means the Treasury secretary will keep Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill.
The Saudis are concerned about the U.S. nuclear deal with Iran, and Obama planned to bring up Saudi Arabia’s human rights record.
Democratic strategist Jamal Simmons and Republican strategist Paris Dennard discuss the New York primary results and what’s next.
The steel glut has caused prices to go down and jobs to disappear, but China, one of the world’s largest producers, won’t agree to a deal.
NPR’s Ron Elving discusses what New York’s results mean for future contests, especially votes next week in five Northeast states.
What is the outlook for Sanders in New York and beyond? NPR political editor Domenico Montenaro, who’s also from Queens, weighs in.
Rep. Slaughter, one of the longest-serving women in Congress, discusses the campaign issues and why she’s stumping for Clinton.
When industry left Troy, a sadness settled over the region and stayed. We heard the city was undergoing a renaissance, so we drove up.
Tennessee lawmakers have passed legislation that would let faith-based therapists turn away potential clients on religious grounds.
Robin Young spoke with a number of voters as they attended Sunday gospel services and dined out at the famous soul restaurant Sylvia’s.