The consequences of housing segregation can be severe. But they can also be intimate and nebulous, and show up at the most awkward times.
With less than three weeks to go before voting begins, watch for skirmishes to break out at Thursday's Republican debate — from attacks on Donald Trump to establishment candidates vying for position.
Many in the GOP criticized Gov. Nikki Haley's response to President Obama's State of the Union address. David Greene talks to Robert Costa of The Washington Post about the divisions inside the GOP
Seven GOP candidates will be on stage for Thursday night's debate, the fewest of the campaign. With just a couple of weeks until the Iowa caucuses, attacks among candidates are getting sharper.
It's been a rough few months for Carly Fiorina. David Greene talks to the Republican presidential candidate about her prospects as she is dropped from the main GOP debate to the undercard debate.
GE says it will move its headquarters from Fairfield, Conn., to Boston. The company will be getting huge tax breaks, but more than that, it will be gaining access to universities and nonstop flights.
The Democrat's latest proposal would raise rates on the very (very) richest Americans and raise revenue, but it would further complicate the tax system and could be a minor drag on the economy.
The Republican Party offered a Spanish-language response to the State of Union address Tuesday. The speech was nearly identical to South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley's remarks except on immigration.
President Obama used his State of the Union address to argue against charges coming from the Republican presidential candidates — and they argued back.
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Marc Rosenblum, deputy director of U.S. Immigration Policy Program at the Migration Policy Institute, about why the U.S. policy for Cuban migrants is different from others.
The Supreme Court is considering whether legislators can give away Iranian government funds the U.S. controls, providing legal compensation to victims of specific terrorist attacks sponsored by Iran.
NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to Dr. William Nelson, director of the Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center, about Obama's ambitious plan to end cancer and why we haven't found a cure.
Secretary of State John Kerry addressed relations with Iran on Wednesday after the release of 10 U.S. sailors who were held for several hours when they drifted into Iranian waters.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is facing heavy criticism for his administration's handling of the water crisis in Flint. NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Rochelle Riley, columnist for the Detroit Free Press, who says the crisis has raised questions about what the governor knew about the water problems and when he found out.
The Texas senator made the announcement in a YouTube video showing him hunting for ducks with Robertson. "You're one of us, my man," Robertson says.
The politics team dissects President Obama's final State of the Union address, Gov. Nikki Haley's Republican address and what it all means for both parties.
South Korea is again blaring news, music and propaganda from banks of loudspeakers along the border. At minimum, it seems to annoy North Korea.
The South Carolina governor says she did have Donald Trump in mind when she criticized the "angriest voices" within the GOP in her State of the Union response.
"It's one of the few regrets of my presidency," Obama said in a moment of self-critique, "that the rancor and suspicion between the parties has gotten worse instead of better."
President Obama began his State of the Union Tuesday night with what he called a fact: The United States of America now has the strongest most durable economy in the world, citing 14 million new jobs.