Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that she now opposes building the Keystone XL pipeline. See where the other candidates stand.
On a beautiful sunny day, in front of a massive crowd, President Obama greeted Pope Francis at the White House. For more details, Renee Montagne speaks with NPR's Scott Horsley at the White House.
NPR's Don Gonyea discusses the relationship between popes and presidents with Renee Montagne. They also have the latest news on Pope Francis' remarks at the White House on Wednesday.
The recovered data includes personal and work-related emails that were deleted from Hillary Clinton's private computer server. The recovery might mean the emails may eventually become public.
In a much-anticipated visit, Pope Francis arrived at the White House Wednesday morning to meet with President Obama and address a crowd of some 11,000 people.
There are more Catholic Republicans than ever running for president, but not all have embraced Pope Francis' more liberal statements and theology.
One of the biggest topics President Obama is expected to discuss with Chinese President Xi Jinping this week is the hacking of U.S. companies by China. American officials say the issue threatens relations between the countries, and the U.S. is threatening to impose sanctions.
Pope Francis's visit to Washington marks the 29th time a pope has sat down for a meeting with a president of the United States. As usual, politics will provide the backdrop.
Pope Francis arrived Tuesday for his first-ever trip to the United States. He came from Cuba, whose warming relations with the U.S. are due in part to papal mediation.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's fight against unions thrust him into the spotlight four years ago. But when he used that issue to revive his struggling presidential campaign, the move failed badly.
NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with Aphrodite Vati Mariola in Molyvos, Lesbos Island, Greece, about the daily arrival of boats on the beaches just below her family's hotel.
Pope Francis has deliberately worked to change the tone of the Catholic church on social positions, climate change, economics and migrant issues in a way that electrified Catholics and non-Catholics.
Gulf states are the top donors to the United Nations, and they allow Syrians to come on work visas. But they won't resettle Syrians because the Gulf doesn't recognize the legal concept of refugees.
After months of hedging, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton came out against the Keystone XL pipeline. She did so as much of the media attention was focused on Pope Francis' landing.
European Union interior and justice ministers met in Brussels Tuesday to discuss a proposed plan to relocate 120,000 refugees across member states. The meeting, on the eve of an EU summit, is likely to prove contentious, since several eastern European governments have already rejected the idea.
After more than four years of civil war in Syria, what's driving people to Europe in such numbers now? NPR takes a look at the Syrian city of Aleppo to illustrate what Syria has become.
NPR's Ari Shapiro interviews Dean Garfield, president and CEO of the Information Technology Industry Council, who will be the keynote speaker at the U.S.-China business roundtable Wednesday.
Chinese President Xi Jinping begins his trip to the U.S. in Seattle Tuesday, where he will meet with leaders in tech and aerospace.
NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to Elizabeth Yore, an international child protection advocate and founder of YoreChildren.com, about why she is concerned about the direction Pope Francis is taking.
The popular pope has challenged U.S. political orthodoxy — on both sides of the aisle.