After the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012, the state passed some of the toughest gun laws in the country. Advocates say they're working.
Daniels became a household name this year because of her alleged affair with President Trump. But she first made political headlines nine years ago.
NPR's Domenico Montanaro joins Here & Now's Robin Young to discuss John Dowd's resignation and more of the latest in politics.
The channel has become a "propaganda machine" for President Trump, retired Lt. Col. Ralph Peters wrote.
One of the main sticking points in the plans centers on intellectual property, as well as imports.
Political strategists John Brabender discuss how politicians on both sides of the aisle are responding to concerns that President Trump might fire FBI special counsel Robert Mueller.
Information of 50 million users was improperly obtained by the U.K.-based firm Cambridge Analytica, which worked for the Trump campaign.
As NPR's Martin Kaste reports, the gun rights group now seems to be open to such laws — at least, on the surface.
Among the topics of discussion will be Saudi investment in the United States, U.S. investment in Saudi Arabia, the war in Yemen and the Saudi relationship with Russia.
Facebook is holding a company-wide meeting Tuesday to answer employee questions over the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
David Carroll filed a lawsuit in a British court that could reveal how the data firm gathered Facebook users' private information without their knowledge.
The U.K.-based data company used data from 50 million Facebook accounts to help influence the 2016 election.
Republican and Democratic lawmakers defended special counsel Robert Mueller against President Trump, who had accused him of running a witch hunt.
Putin has ruled the country as either president or prime minister since 1999 and will now serve at least another six-year term.
In his first trip to New Hampshire as president, Trump is set to release new steps for addressing the opioid addiction crisis.
With a high approval rating and his most outspoken critic disqualified, President Vladimir Putin is expected to win Sunday's presidential election decisively.
A potentially unprecedented conflict is unfolding in the state's House of Representatives.
While there are some women in the China's National People's Congress, there is only one woman in the Communist Party Politburo.
Major questions remain about a series of cyberattacks on U.S. infrastructure that U.S. officials say were carried out by "Russian government cyber actors."
Brian Bennett of The Los Angeles Times and Shannon Pettypiece of Bloomberg News discuss the latest on staff shake-ups within the Trump administration this week.