Pulitzer Prize-winning author Sonia Nazario, who has twice made the journey from Central America to the U.S. border, has proposed a plan for refugees seeking asylum.
The Associated Press projects Democrat Kyrsten Sinema has defeated Republican Martha McSally, flipping the seat currently held by GOP Sen. Jeff Flake.
A bipartisan group in the House aimed at finding solutions to climate change lost around half its Republican members in last week's midterm elections.
Prime Minister Theresa May is trying to get her cabinet, then parliament, to agree on her plan to exit the European Union.
Here & Now's Elise Hu talks with Derek Thompson, senior editor at The Atlantic, about how Democrats fared now that more races have been called since election night.
President Trump also visited Paris over the weekend, where French President Emmanuel Macron rebuked nationalism at a ceremony commemorating the end of World War I.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with WLRN's Caitie Switalski for the latest, amid President Trump tweeting Monday that "an honest vote count is no longer possible."
Mike Moskowitz is one of the few ultra-Orthodox Jewish rabbis who actively advocate for LGBTQ individuals. But that advocacy cost him his congregation and his job.
Marsha Blackburn has represented Tennessee in the U.S. House of Representatives since 2003. After a decisive victory on Election Day, she will become the state's first female senator.
NPR TV critic Eric Deggans talks about how late-night TV shows tackled the midterm elections. Also, the BBC hit drama "Bodyguard" is making waves on Netflix.
Steve Contorno of The Tampa Bay Times gives the latest on the Florida Senate and governor's races, which remain undecided.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson and Robin Young talk with ABC News political director Rick Klein and Univision news anchor Enrique Acevedo about the week in politics.
In the West Texas town of Presidio, the driver's license office closing has left residents with hundreds of miles to travel to get photo ID and take driving tests.
Haaland, elected Tuesday to represent New Mexico's 1st District, joins Sharice Davids of Kansas as America's first Native American congresswomen.
President Trump revoked press credentials for CNN's Jim Acosta after a heated post-election press conference on Wednesday.
Judge Glenn Devlin released almost all of the juvenile defendants that appeared before him on Wednesday, saying it's what the voters wanted.
Westmoreland Coal Company filed for bankruptcy in a sign that the industry is not getting a boost, despite the Trump administration's efforts.
The plaintiffs say the citizenship question discourages immigrants from participating in the census. The federal government says it's needed to enforce the Voting Rights Act.
NPR's Domenico Montanaro has the latest on the hospitalization of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, undecided midterm election races and Jeff Sessions' resignation as attorney general.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Roben Farzad, host of the podcast "Full Disclosure," about Wall Street activity after Democrats won control of the House.