An Arab hip-hop group has lyrics that say the Jewish state has "raped the Arab soul." The group sees it as free expression. Israel's culture minister says it could incite violence.
"There are so many checks and balances on this system. It continues to prove itself on a daily basis," said Karen Osborne, the director of elections in Maricopa Country, Ariz.
A suspect is now sought in the slaying of two police officers overnight in separate "ambush-style" shootings. David Greene speaks with Iowa Public Radio's Clay Masters.
Two police officers were killed overnight in separate "ambush-style" shootings in Des Moines and a suburb. David Greene speaks to Urbandale Police Department public information officer Chad Underwood.
The Sulzberger family has owned and operated the Times since Adolph Ochs bought it in 1896. Deputy Publisher A.G. Sulzberger speaks with NPR's David Greene.
Protests over the North Dakota Access Pipeline continue. The head of the state Public Service Commission says that despite invitations, the tribe did not participate in its 11-month permit process.
Just days before Election Day, civil rights groups are suing the state over claims that voters have been illegally removed from the rolls.
Hillary Clinton campaigned across Florida on Tuesday, a state that could effectively seal her path to 270 electoral votes if she wins it.
A Virginia school district wants to ban a transgender teen from using the boys' bathroom. David Greene speaks to attorneys Kyle Duncan and Josh Block, central players in what could be a landmark case.
Elections workers in Phoenix test each tabulation machine in advance and transport paper ballots and machine tallies by separate teams, not over the Internet, to assure the result is accurate.