His trip to the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan will highlight the long-running conflicts in both countries and the rising importance of Africa to the future of the Catholic Church.
Stretching from Texas to Tennessee, the storm will continue through at least Thursday morning, affecting travel and possibly knocking out power in some areas. Thousands of flights have been disrupted.
During his early years in the House, Rep. Jordan pressured Republican leaders to move to the right. Now as Judiciary chairman, he is a key architect in Speaker McCarthy's oversight agenda this year.
Caplan started out on Freaks and Geeks and now plays the narrator of Fleishman Is in Trouble. She says Fleishman seems like a story about a man going through a divorce, but it turns into much more.
On Monday, President Biden appeared to rule out delivering F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine, but Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov tells NPR he's optimistic Western allies will eventually supply them.
Human Rights Watch suggests that Ukraine scattered so-called petal mines in and around the city of Izium. Petal mines are prohibited under the 1997 Mine Ban Treaty, of which Ukraine is a signatory.
The driver of a car that plunged off a treacherous cliff in northern California, seriously injuring himself, his wife and their two young children, was charged with attempted murder.
Multiple GOP lawmakers tell NPR that embattled New York Republican Rep. George Santos has voluntarily recused himself from serving on committees temporarily.
The investigation stems from payments Donald Trump made, allegedly to prevent accusations that he had had an extramarital affair with adult film actress Stormy Daniels from becoming public.
The former president has made good on his threat to sue the Washington Post reporter over his use of interview recordings. The lawsuit seeks nearly $50 million in damages.
National outrage over the killing of Tyre Nichols has prompted renewed calls on Capitol Hill for police reform. But in a divided Congress, bipartisan reform legislation is unlikely.
The Department of Energy allowed a taxpayer-funded breakthrough in batteries to transfer overseas with little oversight
TikTok has been under scrutiny in recent years about its privacy and security practices and its effect on young people's mental health. Various bans of the app have been enacted across the country.
Cindy Williams, who played Shirley opposite Penny Marshall's Laverne on the popular sitcom "Laverne & Shirley," has died, her family said Monday.
Nichols, 29, was pulled over on Jan. 7 for what police said was reckless driving. After trying to flee on foot, Nichols was severely beaten by police. He died in a hospital days later.