NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Chicago's new mayor Lori Lightfoot, who says the city has taken steps to support immigrant communities, including terminating ICE's access to Chicago Police databases.
The "Remain in Mexico" program is a key part of the Trump administration's plan to turn back a crush of migrants at the southern border, and it's a historic shift in how the asylum system works.
The bill makes duplexes allowable in cities over 10,000 people, and quadplexes legal in the Portland metro area. It's part of a growing change to zoning policy amid a national housing crisis.
The ACLU says the new law signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis creates "two classes of returning citizens: those who are wealthy enough to vote and those who cannot afford to."
Attorneys made final arguments in Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher's war crimes trial. The case is now before a military jury.
Alabama residents are reporting sights of massive yellow jacket nests that can house thousands of wasps and can be several feet long.
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, about his decision to decline speaking on what he calls "manels" — panels that exclude women.
The Trump administration is pumping $3 billion into shelter network for migrant children after reports of kids held in squalid Border Patrol cells. But critics don't want these kids confined at all.
In St. Louis, people ordered into pretrial monitoring programs must pay $30 to $450 a month — if they can't make the payments, they can be sent back to jail.
On Sunday evening, vigils took place in border towns to remember a father and daughter who died last week attempting to cross over to the United States rather than waiting in migrant camps in Mexico.