NPR's A Martinez talks to Ronnye Stidvent, head of the Center for Women in Law in Texas, about voter registration rising among women after the Supreme Court decision to roll back abortion rights.
Some election officials are sending the call out to high school students, veterans and lawyers to help staff the elections. But COVID and the political climate are making it harder to recruit.
To get Joe Manchin's vote on a budget bill, Democratic leaders promised to consider legislation that would help a natural gas pipeline get built in his state. But the pipeline still faces opposition.
Otero County's Couy Griffin, who was convicted of entering a restricted area during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, must be removed from office for his involvement in an insurrection, a judge ruled.
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with retired federal Judge Vaughn Walker about the unusual nature of a special master who will be assigned to review the documents seized by the FBI from Mar-a-Lago.
Ethan Chorin, who served in Libya, presents details that most Americans don't know about the embassy attack — and explores the role domestic politics played in the aftermath.
Jeanine Pirro, Tucker Carlson and others are being grilled under oath in a $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit against Fox News for spreading lies about a voting tech company's role in the 2020 elections.
Trump can't run more than twice because of the 22nd Amendment to the Constitution. The amendment's history is rooted in money, race and politics. Here's a look at how it came about.
President Biden went to Pennsylvania and Wisconsin to talk to union workers on Labor Day. The states are key to Democrats' success in the midterm elections.
The former president has remained a constant presence in this year's statewide primaries, endorsing more than 200 Republican candidates. Here's his win-loss record so far.