The Supreme Court will decide if an Alabama inmate should have his sentence revisited because his attorney didn't get help from an independent mental health expert when he was sentenced to death.
(Image credit: Alabama Dept. of Corrections)
The president likely will skip summer's heat at his Florida resort, instead going to his golf club in Bedminster, N.J. Some there are excited, but others worry the visits will overwhelm the town.
(Image credit: Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
Arkansas Times reporter Jacob Rosenberg talks about the state's first execution in 12 years, after the U.S. Supreme Court denied requests by a death row inmate to stay his execution.
This week will see a reveal of the White House's tax plan and the end of President Trump's first 100 days in office and Trump is still working on making progress on his campaign promises.
Macron was estimated to have won 23.7 percent of the vote with Le Pen taking about 21.7 percent, according to projections based on early vote counts.
(Image credit: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
Donald Trump came within 600 votes of winning in Oregon's 4th congressional district, where the fading logging industry remains important. Democrats have represented the area for over 40 years.
(Image credit: Geoff Bennett/NPR)
Congress returns to Washington next week, and they've got a lot to do, as President Trump faces down his first 100 days.
Art Del Cueto, vice president of the National Border Patrol Council and co-host of The Green Line podcast, talks with Lynn Neary about whether Trump has lived up to campaign promises made.
President Trump's first 100 days in office are almost over. He says he's done more than any president to date. But where did the idea of the 'first 100 days' come from?
French voters go to the polls in the first round of their presidential election, an election that has consequences not just for France, but for Europe.
President Trump plays a lot of golf. But not nearly as much as Woodrow Wilson.
(Image credit: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
Jamie Ruppert of Pennsylvania supports President Trump, but says she'd give his first few months in office a B- or C+. He "stepped up" for the people of Syria, she says, but failed at health care.
(Image credit: Jeff Brady/NPR)
Is trade school the ticket? Does the middle class have the worst debt woes? Listeners weigh in with burning student loan questions.
(Image credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Trump is the first president without political, military or government experience. And experts argue that he's faced setbacks because of it.
(Image credit: Shawn Thew/Pool/Getty Images)
As my grandfather lay dying from Black Lung disease, his eldest children did not question or doubt his advice to them: go out and get educations, and master newer ways of working.
(Image credit: Courtesy of Amy Alexander/Author)
Activist ties that go back to the Civil Rights Movement are being strained by divergent viewpoints on the movement for black lives and Israel's position on Palestine.
(Image credit: William Lovelace/Getty Images)
The science community feels threatened under the current administration. Researchers, educators and activists took to the nation's capital to stress that cuts to scientific funding affect us all.
(Image credit: Meredith Rizzo/NPR)
Chicago City Clerk Anna Valencia talks about the city of Chicago's new municipal ID cards which will be accessible to residents who lack documentation for living there.
Civil rights groups are suing Georgia's secretary of state over voter registration rules that would prevent new voters from taking part in the state's special congressional election.
The March for Science is one of many demonstrations in response to the Trump administration. Sociology professor David Meyer at the University of California Irvine talks about the history of protests.