Daniel Garza, executive director of free-market advocacy group The Libre Initiative, talks about the challenge Donald Trump's candidacy is presenting to gathering Latino support for Republicans.
Former Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez, who served in the George W. Bush administration, opposes Donald Trump and will note vote for him. He is calling for more Republicans to oppose Trump.
A gunman has killed 50 people in a nightclub in Orlando, making it the worst mass shooting in U.S. history. NPR's Dina Temple-Raston has the latest.
Donald Trump heads to Texas for a series of fundraisers. Key players in the state appear to be falling in line with his campaign. Gaylord Hughey is one of them, and he tells host Linda Wertheimer why.
Newspaper for sale! Host Linda Wertheimer talks to Ross Connelly, owner of the Hardwick Gazette in Vermont. After 30 years, he's retiring and holding an essay contest to find a new publisher.
The new novel "Rich and Pretty" follows two women who find themselves at a crossroad. Host Linda Wertheimer talks to author Rumaan Alam about writing characters that are nothing like oneself.
Black preschoolers are suspended 3.6 times more often than whites--just one of many revelations from the Department of Education. Host Linda Wertheimer speaks to Ed Team reporter Anya Kamenetz.
Iran is on track to restore oil production and exports to pre-sanction levels, surprising many analysts. It's one of the areas where Iran has benefited from the nuclear deal it made with world powers.
A Chinese couple realized through an old photo that their paths had crossed when they were teenagers. A photo of the groom-to-be revealed the mother-of-the bride 16 years ago.
After nine black parishioners were gunned down in the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, everything changed. Host Linda Wertheimer speaks with Liz Alston, the church historian for the past 40 years.