Politics & Government
Donald Trump owes legal penalties totaling hundreds of millions of dollars in two civil cases recently decided in New York, raising questions about how he'll pay the amount.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Miami Herald reporter Jacqueline Charles about those indicted in the 2021 assassination of the Haitian president, including his widow and the former prime minister.
Once touted as a key U.S. ally in the war against drugs, former president of Honduras Juan Orlando Hernández's trial begins in New York, as he stands accused of overseeing a "narco state."
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Matthew Moore, former chair of South Carolina's state GOP, about Nikki Haley's decision to stay in the presidential race ahead of the South Carolina primary.
The Biden administration has again used its veto power on the UN security council to block a call for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. A U.S. ambassador suggested a different draft resolution.
Records show Texas has spent $148 million busing migrants to Democratic-led cities since 2022. GOP Gov. Greg Abbott says the cost is necessary, but critics argue the program is expensive and inhumane.
With just days to go before South Carolina's crucial Republican primary, Nikki Haley is making the case for her continued candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination.
The state law has been interpreted as banning abortion after six weeks of pregnancy. Planned Parenthood argues the ban is vague and shouldn't apply until at least three weeks later in pregnancy.
A superior court judge has ordered the release of body-camera footage taken when police responded to a call at the home of Greensboro City Manager Taiwo Jaiyeoba in December.
NPR's A Martinez talks to Republican Rep. Mike Lawler of New York, one of eight Democratic and Republican lawmakers who introduced a new foreign aid and border security bill in the House.