There's little doubt the president's choice nominee will face a tough fight in the appointment process, as Republicans have said they won't even consider his pick.
President Obama will announce his choice of a successor to late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia at 11 a.m. ET.
Conservative Texas Congressman Pete Sessions introduced a bill before Congress on Tuesday that would recognize magic as an "art form with unique power to impact the lives of all people."
NPR's Renee Montagne leaving her West Coast post to host in D.C. this week. That means she's hopping from the worst commute in the country to the second worst.
Who's in the running to fill the vacant seat on the Supreme Court? An announcement could come this week.
Hillary Clinton beat Bernie Sanders in Ohio, Florida, North Carolina and Illinois. Missouri is too close to call. Sanders was campaigning in Arizona which has a primary next week. Donald Trump won all the delegates in Florida - as did Governor John Kasich in Ohio. Karen Beckwith of Case Western Reserve University of Ohio and Susan MacManus of the University of South Florida weigh in on the races.
The Washington, D.C., Metro rail system will be out of service for 29 hours because of potential faults in the electrical system. The subway is key for many commuters, including those who staff the federal government, which has announced it will stay open.
Democratic Hillary Clinton won Ohio, Florida, North Carolina and Illinois. Missouri is too close to call for both the Democrats and Republicans.
Republican Donald Trump won big again last night, but Marco Rubio dropped out after losing Florida. John Kasich kept his bid alive by winning Ohio. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton held onto Ohio.
Sen. Marco Rubio announced an end to his campaign following a loss in his home state of Florida to Donald Trump. Sitting Ohio Gov. John Kasich dealt Trump his only loss on Tuesday on his home turf.
A new study shows black male athletes are completing college at significantly lower rates. Renee Montagne speaks to Kevin Blackistone, a "Washington Post" sport columnist, to examine this pervasive problem.
An African American pastor from Ohio shares why he's been a long-time supporter of Donald Trump after a one-time meeting with the businessman. David Greene talks to Cleveland pastor Darrell Scott, who first met Trump six years ago.
People between 45 and 65 may be the loneliest segment in the U.S. And researchers are using brain scans to show that friendships are vital to staying healthy and engaged in your middle years.
With David Greene in Ohio and Steve Inskeep in Florida, some Democrat voters say Bernie Sanders pushed Hillary Clinton to be a better candidate. Don Gonyea also has the latest for the Republican side.
Michigan isn't the only place dealing with lead-contaminated water. Schools all over the country have struggled to eliminate lead from water fountains and cafeterias — some for more than a decade.
Renee Montagne talks with ESPN reporter Steve Fainaru about a startling statement by the NFL's executive vice president for health and safety about chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
Japan wants to increase tourism and it's drawing from its feudal history to do it. The job posting emphasizes candidates with acrobatic skills.
Lee McCoy, a top college golfer at the University of Georgia played among the pros on Sunday. Unfortunately, having entered as an amateur, he had to leave the big prize money on the table.
The insurance industry has a lot of open positions, and it's scrambling to fill them. It's targeting millennials, but many simply don't consider insurance as a potential career — or think it's boring.
Bernie Sanders is a man running like everything is on the line. On Monday alone, the Vermont senator made five stops in four states. After Sanders' surprise win in Michigan last week, he's hoping to change the story of the Democratic race by winning in Missouri, Illinois and Ohio. Then it won't matter that Hillary Clinton has a massive delegate lead — Sanders Midwestern mojo will be the headline Wednesday morning. And Steve talks to the Mayor of Tampa, Bob Buckhorn, in a state that Clinton is expected to win today ... Florida.