NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Quentin Fulks from the Biden Campaign about campaign strategy ahead of the Republican debate in Alabama.
At UN climate talks, the global community is looking at tripling the amount of renewables coming online. In the U.S., that's meant a push into offshore wind — but it's been met with fits and starts.
Former Speaker Kevin McCarthy says he will retire at the end of 2023, meaning he has just weeks left in his term in Congress. His decision to quit comes as Republicans are facing lots of pressure.
Norman Lear, who addressed serious issues in humorous sitcoms, died Tuesday in Los Angeles at the age of 101. He leaves behind a legacy of hit 1970s sitcoms that revolutionized television.
The publicly-edited online encyclopedia Wikipedia raked in more than 84 billion views this year. The Wikimedia Foundation gas released a breakdown of those numbers.
An initiative from the Mellon Foundation dedicated to creating monuments that tell diverse stories recently pledged to double its funding for the project.
Former U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been testifying before a public inquiry into his government's botched response to COVID-19. Britain had one of the worst COVID-19 death tolls in Europe.
Four people affiliated with the Russian military were charged with war crimes Wednesday — including torture, inhuman treatment and unlawful confinement of an American citizen — in Virginia.