Sessions was the first sitting senator to endorse Trump's candidacy. He's campaigned with Trump and serves as an important ally for the candidate that the GOP leadership still hasn't fully embraced.
Steve Inskeep talks to Mayor Christopher Coleman of St. Paul, Minnesota, who participated in President Obama's meeting about policing reform on Wednesday. Philando Castile was killed by a police officer in a St. Paul suburb last week, and more than 100 protesters have been arrested in and near St. Paul since then.
So far this tourist season, there have been two fatal accidents at Yellowstone National Park. And, you may have heard about the baby bison that had to be euthanized after tourists put it in their car.
Baghdad has been hit recently with a string of bombings including the deadliest attack since the American-led war there officially ended. Renee Montagne talks to Liz Sly of The Washington Post.
The Cabinet member who is best known in the U.S. is Boris Johnson, the former mayor of London, and a leader of the campaign to withdraw Britain from the European Union. He's the new foreign secretary.
Hillary Clinton will soon announce her choice for vice president. On Thursday, she campaigns with Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine. Online odds makers put Kaine at the top of Clinton's short list.
Donald Trump has built his brand and political career based on his business success. Steve Inskeep talks to investigative reporter Michael Isikoff, who's been examining Trump's business career.
Why is it so hard to connect people with therapists? Insurance bureaucracy cuts both ways, it turns out. Patients have trouble finding therapists in networks. And therapist have trouble joining them.
Model Jason Aaron Baca has appeared on 475 romance book covers. By his tally, that's more than even Fabio. His is a story of hard work and luck in the swashbuckling, bodice-ripping world of romance.
Even before last week's shooting of Alton Sterling, Baton Rouge's mostly-white police force had an uneasy relationship with the mostly-black city.
While David Cameron is leaving the British prime minister's address, Larry the cat is keeping his position. Larry has what's been described as a "strong predatory drive."
The Northwest Florida Daily News reports a driver closed her eyes to pray, and while her eyes were shut, she ran through a stop sign and struck a house. There was only minor damage.
Americans are feeling more confident about their finances according to a survey released by the FINRA Investor Education Foundation on Tuesday.
As David Cameron prepares to leave office, political scientists say he will be judged — and probably harshly — for calling the referendum for the U.K. to leave the European Union.
Iranian prosecutors indicted several people with dual citizenship this week. Steve Inskeep talks to Haleh Esfandiari of the Woodrow Wilson Center about the indictments.
The memorial came together in front of the police department — flowers, pictures, messages of lsupport from individuals and communities. Large numbers of people are stopping by, paying their respects.
President Obama talked about the fault line of race and law enforcement during a memorial service for five fallen police officers. Renee Montagne talks to Jason Johnson, political editor for The Root.
Commentator Diana Nyad just spent two weeks at Wimbledon and has these thoughts on what sets this tournament above other tennis grand slams.
The acclaimed hacker drama, Mr. Robot, returns to the USA Network for its second season Wednesday night. In its first season, the unconventional show proved to be a smash hit.
The Senate is set to vote on a bill to address the growing epidemic of opioid addictions. The measure has many new policies and initiatives, but it doesn't come with money to put them into practice.