Lawyers for the former president and the special counsel team argued before a federal appeals court about the scope of a gag order lodged against him. The court gave no timetable for a ruling.
John B. Chambers led the team at ratings agency S&p that decided to downgrade the country's AAA rating in 2011. It was a big decision, and it took a personal toll — but he has no regrets.
"For more than a decade, Bo was a constant, comforting presence in our lives," said former President Barack Obama. The Portuguese water dog was 12 in human years.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is vowing a vote for a potential Trump nominee will take place on the Senate floor despite McConnell not even holding a hearing for Obama's 2016 nominee.
NPR's Noel King speaks with Samantha Power about her memoir The Education of an Idealist. In her book, Power describes how she went from working outside the system to moving inside, as a diplomat.
In her memoir, the former U.N. ambassador aims to show how she kept true to her idealistic nature despite facing the realities of foreign policy and world atrocities.
Supreme Court declines to hear appeal from Gitmo detainee but Breyer warns of court consensus unraveling 18 years after 9/11 okayed detentions.
Sixty-four Cuban nationals were deported in fiscal year 2016. Two years later, the number was 463, a more than sevenfold increase, as U.S. policies have toughened towards Cuban immigrants.
Speaking to reporters Tuesday, President Trump restated an earlier falsehood in which he blamed the Obama administration for a policy the Trump administration in fact started.