The National Rifle Association filed a lawsuit Wednesday challenging a newly implemented ordinance by the city of Los Angeles that seeks to limit ties between city contractors and the gun rights group.
The Camp Fire virtually incinerated the town of Paradise, Calif., and killed 85 people, many of them elderly. Some are still feeling the intense trauma of having their town and homes destroyed. Transcript
It's the stuff of a Hollywood blockbuster: Five hundred years ago, a son of Christopher Columbus assembled one of the greatest libraries the world has ever known. The volumes inside were mostly lost to
One player has excelled in the NBA playoffs: Damian Lillard. The all-star point guard has carried the Portland Trail Blazers all season thanks to his play and, more importantly, his leadership. Transcript
Annunciation House, the main shelter for migrants in El Paso, is opening a new building to house families after they're released by ICE. Transcript AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: El Paso, Texas, continues to be
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Abe Denmark, former deputy assistant secretary of defense for East Asia, about the summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Transcript
President Trump is telling his aides not to cooperate with congressional investigators following the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report. Transcript AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: It was inevitable
Rep. Ilhan Omar was a controversial figure even before she was sworn in as a member of Congress in January. But the Minnesota Democrat insists she's a voice for those who don't get attention. Transcript
Relly Brown's ground-floor apartment near Los Angeles' Koreatown neighborhood still resembles the hotel room it once was: four walls, no kitchen and a mattress that takes up half the floor. A shade is
Boeing has released a quarterly earnings report that shows revenue and profit taking a hit from the grounding of its 737 MAX planes. Profits fell 13% compared to the same quarter a year ago. Overall revenues
Sri Lanka's president is gutting his security services after failure to act on intelligence that may have prevented Sunday's terrorist attacks. Funerals have begun for the more than 300 people killed.
The longest-serving Republican in the Iowa Legislature announced he is switching to the Democratic Party, citing increasing discomfort with Republicans' stance on many high-profile issues and his unwillingness