Fraud in the Paycheck Protection Program, which gave potentially forgivable loans to small businesses during the pandemic, was largely due to financial technology companies, according to a new report.
It's the latest development in a homicide case that continues to capture attention both in the U.S. and abroad.
Club Q owner Nic Grzecka told NPR he and his staff are working on a yet-to-be-determined temporary solution. The Nov. 20 shooting killed 5 people and wounded another 17. A suspect has been arrested.
Japanese prosecutors raided the headquarters of advertising company Dentsu as the investigation into corruption related to the Tokyo Olympics widened. Dentsu helped land the 2020 Games for Tokyo.
NPR spoke with 26 people who were involved with more than 200 executions across the country. Most said their health suffered and they had little support to help them cope with their unusual jobs.
The abrupt reversal of charges marks the end of a case that prominent election deniers cited as evidence of foul play in American elections.
Republicans have proposed seven bills in the last two years to give voters the day off to cast their ballot. The legislation often comes with measures drawn from election denier talking points.
Lois Curtis, an artist with an intellectual disability who brought a landmark civil rights lawsuit that gave people with disabilities the right to live outside of institutions, has died.
Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee have asked the Justice Department and FBI for documents ahead of what they said will be a series of investigations if Republicans retake the House.