Agents were found to have improperly accessed records belonging to Rep. Jason Chaffetz, who was in charge of investigating misconduct within the agency.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy, who many expect will be the next speaker of the House, made comments about the Benghazi committee and Hillary Clinton's poll numbers that are getting the wrong kind of attention.
The joke, told at a Republican campaign event in New Hampshire, hung strangely in the air before Carson pivoted to note the tremendous respect he has for the police.
In 1980, thousands of Cuban refugees suddenly arrived in Miami and started looking for work. On today's show: What happened next. And what it tells us about the migration crisis in Europe today.
A pediatric hospital in Houston is opening a new biocontainment wing — the first in the U.S. designed for children. Kids will even get dolls sporting mini versions of "spacesuits" doctors wear.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., is close to not making the main-stage for the Oct. 28 CNBC debate. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., may not even make the undercard debate, which could feature just three people.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter refused to discuss upcoming recommendations on women in combat Wednesday. Some expect the Marines to ask for permission to exclude women from some positions.
The 2012 Republican standard bearer says the GOP risks losing the race for the White House because of the candidates' rhetoric in the primary.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Emma Green, who covers religion for The Atlantic, about the Pope's meeting with Kim Davis and the complexities of his politics.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Bloomberg Business reporter Cynthia Koons about how the cost of EpiPen, which fights severe allergic reactions, has increased in the past year alone.
Congress passed a bill Wednesday funding the government through mid-December. The bill does not restrict federal funding for Planned Parenthood.
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Mathew Staver, the attorney for Kim Davis, about her meeting with Pope Francis in Washington, D.C., last week.
Many customers who bought cars touted as "clean diesel" now ponder the possibility of having a substantial fix that could cut their vehicle's gas mileage or performance.
The challenge to university students around the world: Come up with a way to provide quality education to slum kids under age 6. And the winner of the $1 million Hult Prize is...
Researchers find that babies lacking four types of bacteria in their guts at 3 months appear to have a higher risk for developing asthma later in life.
With college, there's the sticker price and the actual price you pay. This is the real cost for each school.
A wine writer travels the world to uncover the stories behind 12 bottles of wine. Each bottle offers insight into politics, environment, economics and community.
A federal appeals court in California upheld a lower court's decision that profiting from athletes' likenesses violated antitrust laws, but vacated a plan that would pay them up to $5000 per year.
At the United Nations, Iran's President has come and gone, and the wife of one jailed American is losing hope of pleading her case to the Iranian delegation. Naghmeh Abedini's husband is a Christian pastor, and she says his life in prison has only gotten worse since the nuclear deal with Iran.
Take every standard lesson about how to sell stuff to people and then break all the rules. That's the secret to some of the nation's biggest retail chains.