After a court order, officials in the GOP-controlled county certified midterm election results days after they missed the legal deadline and put more than 47,000 people's votes at risk.
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The Senate has approved a measure meant to avert a railroad strike in eight days — without the paid sick days rail workers have been asking for.
The court's action means the rollout of debt cancellation will remain blocked until justices hear arguments about the program in February.
Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman robocalled roughly 85,000 voters across five states, falsely telling them that voting by mail would risk "giving your private information to the man."
President Biden rolled out the red carpet for French President Emmanuel Macron at the White House Wednesday for a formal state visit. NPR takes a look at the pomp and the diplomacy.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Rep. Katherine Clark on her election as House Minority Whip.
The president's remarks during a joint press conference with French President Macron also covered the use of clean energy and the Inflation Reduction Act's electric car provisions.
Members of the House passed legislation aimed at preventing a railroad strike, which could have devastating economic consequences. But the effort faces hurdles.
The West will impose more sanctions on Russian oil to defund its war in Ukraine. FTX founder ignores legal advice and takes questions. France's president will be Biden's first guest at a state dinner.