Polls close today in the European Union Parliamentary Elections. Early results may signal whether nationalist or pro-EU candidates will take a majority of the parliament.
President Trump is in Japan this weekend, the latest country to try to get in his good graces with a good show.
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More Democratic representatives are moving to support an impeachment inquiry. NPR's Susan Davis talks to Rep. Don Beyer, D-Va., about why he is now calling for an impeachment inquiry.
On his second day in Tokyo, President Trump attended a sumo wrestling event.
NPR's Susan Davis speaks with NBC White House Correspondent Geoff Bennett about the deteriorating relationship between President Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Elections to the European parliament are usually a ho-hum affair, but this year they're seen as a referendum on the EU itself. And in France — on President Emmanuel Macron and the far right.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Democratic strategist Jess McIntosh, Christian Science Monitor reporter Christa Case Bryant, and journalist Christine Rosen.
The Department of Health and Human Services has announced a proposal to end Obama-era rules protecting transgender people from discrimination in health care.
NPR's Scott Simon asks Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., about the power given to the attorney general to declassify intelligence related to investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
President Trump has traveled to Tokyo to pay a visit to the Japanese prime minister and the new Japanese emperor.
Legislation to provide disaster relief is hung up in the House. State legislatures are restricting abortion rights. And the Supreme Court blocked new congressional maps for Michigan and Ohio.
A doctored video featuring House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was shared widely online this week. Amanda Carpenter, author of Gaslighting America, tells NPR's Scott Simon how easily disinformation spreads.
In early primary and caucus states, there are well-known places — diners, fairs, union halls — where candidates connect with voters. Here are some of the classics and a few new spots.
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Judge Haywood Gilliam in Northern California granted a preliminary injunction against moving $1 billion in Defense Department funds intended for anti-drug activities.
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Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said this week that the Harriet Tubman $20 bill redesign won't happen until 2026, at the earliest, but not everyone is waiting until then for the change.
The federal government is warning energy companies and big-city transit systems not to use Chinese-made drones and rail cars for fear they could all be used to spy on Americans. Is the fear warranted?
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Irvin Nathan, former general counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives, about House Democrats' strategy of investigating the president, rather than impeaching him.
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with digital forensics expert Hany Farid about a doctored video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, which is being spread by conservative allies of President Trump.
The Health and Human Services Department has proposed to end Obama-era rules that protect transgender people from discrimination in health care. That could impact the Trump administration's plan to fight HIV.
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Jared Cohen, author of Accidental Presidents: Eight Men Who Changed America. He chronicles the legacies of men who have taken office when the incumbent died.