After four months of bipartisan talks on border security Senate Republicans backed off backing changes to the Biden administration's policies they demanded. Democrats moved to pass aid for allies.
A new letter to President Biden spearheaded by the Democratic Women's Caucus references the case of Brittany Watts, an Ohio woman who faced felony charges after suffering a miscarriage last year.
Bureaucratic hurdles mean just one-in-five people with opioid addiction get access to medication that could help them. The White House says new rules will help.
President Biden's executive order, issued Thursday, names four people and will lay the groundwork for financial sanctions against Israeli settlers who carry out violent assaults.
Kyiv's war effort to defend itself from Russia's invasion may grind to a halt without tens of billions of dollars in military and economic assistance, the Biden administration told Congress.
As we head into caucus season, NPR is diving into some of the biggest issues at play in the 2024 election. Today, we take a look at climate policy.
The White House will require AI companies to test new systems and submit the results to the federal government. The goal is to mitigate some risks as the technology rapidly develops.
The government is supposed to provide equal funding to land-grant, state-run historically Black colleges and universities under the Morrill Act of 1890.
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is home to dozens of species — and to an ongoing political fight over oil and gas. Now, the Biden administration is hoping ending oil and gas leases will be a win.
A proposal from the Labor Department would make an estimated 3.6 million salaried workers newly eligible for overtime pay. It covers workers earning less than $55,000 per year.