The Obama administration has announced new fuel efficiency standards for trucks and buses.
Roughly two million people are trapped by fighting in the Syrian city of Aleppo. As conditions on the ground worsen, Russian warplanes based in Iran launched bombing runs against targets in Syria. NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks to Ambassador Dennis Ross, a former senior Middle East adviser to President Obama.
Teju Cole's new essay collection covers politics, poetry, music, and even Snapchat. He says he's writing as an "interested non-expert." And he recommends Miles Davis as a cure for election stress.
Sue Zumberge of Subtext Books shares her favorite books for summer reading: The Wright Brothers by David McCullough, Destiny of the Republic by Candice Millard and Wake Up, Island by Mary Casanova.
Fulfilling a demand from Republicans in Congress, the FBI has shared documents about its closed investigation of Hillary Clinton's private email server. Some worry the move sets a bad precedent.
A special court in Sacramento, Calif., aims to keep families together by getting treatment for parents who have substance abuse problems, instead of sending off their kids to foster care.
Kathleen Kane, once a rising star in the Democratic Party, was convicted on charges that she leaked grand jury information to target a political rival and then lied about it under oath.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio told the Miami Herald editorial board he has "stood by everything I ever said" during his presidential campaign.
Americans Simone Biles and Aly Raisman became the first U.S. gymnasts in history to win gold and silver in the women's floor exercise at Rio's Summer Olympics.
The Republican nominee is set to get his first classified intelligence briefing tomorrow, and he is expected to bring Chris Christie.