USCP Chief Tom Manger says problems that led to the Capitol riot have been addressed, and he is focusing on expanding field offices to be better prepared for rising threats to congressional members.
The Harlem Hellfighters served in a segregated U.S. Army unit and were known for their valor and skill on the battlefield, even while facing discrimination from fellow soldiers and at home.
Jamaican Olympic hurdler Hansle Parchment took the wrong bus and likely would have missed his semifinal if not for a volunteer who paid his taxi fare. He went back to repay her after winning gold.
NPR's team in Tokyo put together our favorite moments of the Games, where participants showed their athleticism, sportsmanship, and what motivated them to compete.
The gold medal for U.S. star Allyson Felix brings her Olympic medal total up to 11, surpassing the record set by U.S. track legend Carl Lewis.
After winning her second gold medal, swimmer Kaylee McKeown invited Emily Seebohm to share the top step of the podium. "It was quite emotional. She had some tears in her eyes, so did I," McKeown says.
The 24-year-old sprinter set an Olympic record in the blazing fast two-lap race, claiming his first-ever individual gold medal. It was a strong day in the pool for the U.S.
Carissa Moore is the first woman to ever win a gold medal in surfing, which is making its Olympic debut in Tokyo. "The ocean has changed my life and I can't imagine my life without it," Moore said.
Flora Duffy is one of two Bermudian athletes participating in the Tokyo Olympics. The remote set of islands in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean is more than 600 miles from the closest land mass.
A 21-year-old woman from China came out on top in the 10-meter air rifle competition. Qian Yang narrowly beat out a competitor from Russia and beamed as she held up her gold medal.