President Trump plans to speak on the National Mall during what has traditionally been a nonpolitical event. Also, we have the latest on the census citizenship question.
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy slashed $130 million, or 41%, from the budget of a university system that serves more than 26,000 students. Layoffs, elimination of programs and campus closures are likely.
Courtney Irby had taken her husband's guns from his home, and given them to police. At the time he was under arrest for allegedly ramming her car with his.
Amid tweets by President Trump that he still wants the 2020 census to ask about citizenship, an official says the Justice Department has been told to find a way to make that happen.
The next big thing might be the old city bus — re-imagined. Bus rapid transit is already in use overseas and now Boston and other cities in the U.S. are testing it out.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Alex Samuels, a reporter for The Texas Tribune, about a man who posed as a survivor of last year's Santa Fe High School shooting.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with former military judge Gary Solis about the sentencing of Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher and the many turns the case has taken.
The Trump administration will soon let oil companies bid on land to drill in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Some Alaska Natives fear harm to migrating caribou, others see opportunity.
Earlier Wednesday, President Trump congratulated Edward Gallagher and his family on the end of his legal ordeal. In response, they said, "Thank you Mr. President ... for all you have done."