NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Travis Olsen, who left his career at the Department of Homeland Security because of President Trump's policies, and is currently a Democratic candidate for Congress.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with three Republicans who won elections earlier this month — Diana Irey Vaughan, Nick Sherman and Michael Adams — about what their victories mean for the 2020 election.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Gary Solis, a former U.S. Marine company commander and military judge, about President Trump's clearing of military personnel accused of war crimes.
An overview of key events from the first week of public hearings in the impeachment inquiry.
The House has released the transcripts from meetings with Timothy Morrison and Jennifer Williams in the impeachment inquiry of President Trump.
The Attorney General's remarks at The Federalist Society drew swift criticism from some legal experts, who decried his ideas as "authoritarian" and "dangerous."
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At the time of her deposition on Nov. 7, her lawyer told NPR that Williams' testimony "will largely reflect what is already in the public record."
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In his closed-door deposition on Oct. 31, Morrison said President Trump had indeed asked Ukraine's president for assistance, but he argued the president's conduct wasn't unlawful.
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Labour are pledging to reverse the first ever charges introduced in the NHS by giving everyone in England a free dental check-up.
The general election is creeping closer - here's what happened 11 days into the campaign on Saturday.
"It's very intimidating,” Yovanovitch said about Trump's attacks on her. "I can't speak as to what the president is trying to do but I think the effect is to be very intimidating."
Acknowledging the concern, former President Barack Obama told his party's moderates to chill and the left to get more realistic.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with former government prosecutor Andrew Weissmann about what he saw this week in the testimony of top U.S. diplomats.
What we learned in the first public testimonies in the impeachment hearings, explosive statements made behind closed doors in yet another testimony, and Roger Stone's very bad day in court.
The only Democratic governor in the deep South, John Bel Edwards, is fighting to hold on to his seat against Republican candidate Eddie Rispone, a wealthy businessman backed by President Trump.
Facing pressure from the North Carolina Supreme Court, lawmakers in that state are redrawing congressional districts in a way that will likely give Democrats at least two additional U.S. House seats.
NPR's Scott Simon examines the personal experiences of the three U.S. career diplomats who have testified this week in the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
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Former Ambassador to the Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch gave poised, unconstrained testimony in front of the House Intelligence Committee Friday. She described how a smear campaign seemingly orchestrated by President Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani affected her career, as well as American national security interests. While describing how she felt “threatened” by the president’s language about her on the July 25 phone call, Trump, in real-time tweeted more attacks against her.