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In back-to-back votes against Saudi Arabia, the Senate delivered an unusual rebuke and signaled new skepticism from Capitol Hill toward the longtime Middle East ally.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson and Peter O'Dowd discuss the week in politics with Jesse Holland of The Associated Press and NPR's Domenico Montanaro.
Officials are reviewing the "Section 35" state law, which allows people to be involuntarily committed to addiction treatment.
Can environmental protection only be bought on the backs of society’s neediest?
Top Democrats go face-to-face with Trump. Prison time for Michael Cohen. Trump's border wall and U.S.-Mexico talks. Our roundtable on the week’s news.
The study provides more proof that greenhouse gases are dangerous to human health.
The 30-page ruling is a significant blow to Republican Congressman Bruce Poliquin’s quest to retain his seat, as well as Republicans’ vigorous campaign to challenge the legality of Maine election...
NPR's David Folkenflik talks about Time magazine's "person of the year" — targeted journalists. The magazine's reporting describes a year of violence against the media.
National security adviser John Bolton said those countries "deliberately and aggressively target their investments in the region to gain a competitive advantage."
The publisher of the National Enquirer admitted that it paid hush many to two women who said they had affairs with then-candidate Donald Trump.
President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison for federal crimes, including hush-money payments made just before the 2016 election.
The fate of Britain's break from the European Union is tied up with the future of the Irish border.
He and other Democrats made the commitment after Pelosi agreed to term limits that would see her hold the post through 2022 at the latest.
The soaring cost of the drug has caused some people to ration their use of it, leading to several deaths.
His story offers some insight into how observations of a seemingly mundane high school argument can have a profound impact when placed in the hands of federal immigration officials.
Five years ago Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg told women to "lean in." Now, many women, including Michelle Obama, say it just doesn’t work. We look at the pushback against lean in.
It's currently illegal for anyone other than U.S. postal workers to access private mailboxes. The administration's proposal would change that, for a fee.
Political strategists discuss the latest on Robert Mueller's investigation and the possible government shutdown next week.
Prosecutors have requested three-and-a-half years of prison time for Trump's former personal lawyer.
The Trump administration has cut us aid to the Palestinians, with one big exception: the Palestinian Security Forces in the West Bank.