At issue was a federal law that has been on the books for 20 years that barred federal candidates from raising more than $250,000 to repay loans made to their campaigns.
Russia was expected to dominate the skies over Ukraine. But Ukrainians are still shooting down helicopters and planes, making Russian pilots very wary about venturing into Ukrainian airspace.
Considering that the U.S. Supreme Court could overturn Roe v. Wade, there are a lot of questions about how — and whether — states and jurisdictions would enforce strict abortion laws.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Kathleen Belew, an assistant professor of history at the University of Chicago, on the threat of white supremacist movements in the U.S.
The singer-songwriter talks about her new album Dance Fever, her creative process and her influences.
NPR's Michel Martin talks with former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder about the debate over changes to the Supreme Court, which he advocates for in his book Our Unfinished March.
Ukrainian feminists say their country came a long way, legally and culturally, in the past decade. Now advocates are trying to address sexual assault, economic hardship and other effects of the war.
A Czech hobbyist who returned a Colorado veteran's bracelet he found at a former World War II prisoner of war camp finally got to meet the veteran, traveling halfway around the world to do so.
Investigators say the 18-year-old man accused in a mass shooting Saturday in Buffalo, New York, scouted the location in advance.
Coldplay is pledging to make the band's current tour "as sustainable and low carbon as possible."
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, has been testing the limits of how much his state can do to curb unauthorized migration. But Abbott's sweeping crackdown hasn't always gone as planned.
The Tesla and SpaceX mogul said he needs to make sure the fake accounts "do indeed represent less than 5%" of Twitter's users, as the company has estimated.
A large share of the nearly 1 million people who died of COVID in the U.S. may have lived if they'd gotten vaccinated. A new analysis shows how many lives could have been saved across the country.
On a new album, the most accessible so far, the Grammy-winning group reaches out to an EDM wizard, a famous film score composer and Philip Glass.