As young black activists push for an overhaul of the criminal justice system, they are not necessarily turning that activism into political power at the ballot box.
An engineer in Detroit is marketing a device requiring fingerprint identification to unlock a gun's trigger. He's an NRA member and a parent who's wary of entering the national gun debate.
Donald Trump is going to try to put Hillary Clinton on the defensive over past scandals. Meanwhile, she continues to attack Trump's fitness for office and deliberates over a vice president.
Donald Trump on Tuesday met with evangelical leaders in New York. Conservative radio show host Erick Erickson tells Renee Montagne he believes that they are "trading on Jesus' name for politics."
Donald Trump met with leading Christian conservatives on Tuesday. David Greene talks to Ralph Reed, the head of the Faith and Freedom Coalition and a longtime Christian activist in Washington.
With Cleveland's come-from-behind NBA Championship win, can LeBron James now be considered in the realm of greatness with Michael Jordan? Commentator Pablo Torre thinks it's a tortured comparison.
Tens of millions of U.S. vehicles have Takata airbags that are subject to safety recall. Only 8.4 million airbags have been repaired, and many owners have been waiting months for replacement parts.
A sex scandal, racist text messages and other allegations have prompted the mayor of Oakland, Calif., to call for civilian oversight. The department seems to be crumbling from the inside.
Donald Trump's presidential campaign has steered more than $6 million to various Trump companies over the last year. That's within federal campaign finance boundaries, but raises questions.
Mohammad Malik knew Omar Mateen long before Mateen shot and killed 49 people in Orlando, Fla. In 2014, he turned Mateen in to the FBI. Malik talks to Renee Montagne about his Washington Post op-ed.
Scientists say more heat will likely be the new normal for the Southwest. Water managers are warning that soaring temperatures are also causing the region's already stressed snowpack to melt faster.
Tens of thousands of Iraqis have fled Fallujah amid a military offensive against ISIS. Renee Montagne talks to Karl Schembri of the Norwegian Refugee Council, who has been traveling to refugee camps.
Overdose deaths have been driven lately by a synthetic opioid called Fentanyl, which is cheaper than heroin and more potent. Officials are expanding the alert to include a newer opioid called W-18.
Drake often gives Toronto props — mentioning streets and neighborhoods in songs. The Toronto Star estimates that the rapper has given the city $3 billion worth of free advertising.
Olympian Joe Jacobi never thought he'd see his stolen gold medal again. Chloe Smith, 6, and her dad were taking a walk in Atlanta, and eagle-eyed Chloe found the medal on the side of the road.
The measures were introduced following a 15-hour talk-a-thon in which Democrats demanded new controls on gun sales following the shootings in Orlando, Fla.
After more than 50 years, officials are closing the investigation into one of the most notorious murders of the civil rights era — the Ku Klux Klan killing of three Mississippi Freedom Summer workers.
More than 3 dozen law professors are reaching out to President Obama to sound an alarm. They want him to pick up the pace on his clemency grants so that no deserving prisoner is left behind.
As British voters prepare to head to the polls to vote in a referendum on whether to leave the European Union, writer Frederick Forsyth explains why he wants to Britain to leave the European Union.
At this summer's European Soccer championships in France, David Greene and Rachel Martin highlight a group of supporters who seem to be enjoying the tournament.