Last night, the 2016 presidential candidates had to reveal their fundraising and spending amounts from the past few months.
The measure, which has sparked protests, would allow Japanese soldiers to fight overseas for the first time since World War II.
Can pension cuts, higher taxes and more foreign oversight really help the tattered Greek economy recover?
President Obama says the deal eliminates the possibility of Iran creating a nuclear weapon, but critics say it does the opposite.
Republican Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner, one of the Republicans leading the charge against the deal, explains his opposition.
President Obama is praising the deal announced today in Vienna as one not based on trust, but based on verification.
The journalist spent two weeks speaking with Iranians about their lives and their thoughts on a deal that would include lifting sanctions.
Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush has been getting criticism, after a comment he made to a New Hampshire newspaper.
Early today, Greece reached a preliminary deal with European creditors for a new multibillion-dollar bailout.
Three of the gas tax hikes are in traditionally red states. We take a look at the politics of this in Georgia’s conservative legislature.
NPR’s Ron Elving discusses the possible nuclear deal, the transportation bill in Congress, the Confederate flag debate and more.
The images collected by satellites are providing a lot of economic information, to everyone from investors to aid organizations.
Like Greece, Ireland was hit hard by the European debt crisis, and also received a bailout. But is it fair to compare the two countries?
Slovenia’s government – like Germany – is taking a hard line on Greece, calling for a serious structural reform plan.
The flag will be moved to the Confederate Relic Room & Military Museum, just a few blocks away from the state capitol.