Former Texas Congressman Beto O'Rourke Joins Crowded Democratic Presidential Field

Former Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke joined the Democratic presidential field on Thursday. Although O'Rourke is less experienced than other candidates, he has a passionate grassroots following.

Alabama Democratic Sen. Doug Jones On Mueller Report And Barr

NPR's Scott Simon talks with Sen. Doug Jones about the ongoing fight over the Mueller report's findings. Jones was one of three Democrats who voted to confirm Attorney General William Barr.

As 2020 Candidates Pitch Scrapping The Electoral College, Voters Are Intrigued

Democrats running for president have endorsed proposals to abolish the Electoral College and expand the number of Supreme Court justices. Some voters want them to go even further.

Trump Administration's Census Citizenship Question Plans Halted By 3rd Judge

Plans to use the 2020 census to ask about U.S. citizenship status suffered another major blow. A ruling in Maryland joins earlier ones in New York and California blocking the citizenship question.

U.S. Strips Visa From World Criminal Court Prosecutor Pursuing War-Crimes Inquiry

International Criminal Court prosecutor Fatou Bensouda's office has previously said it found reasonable basis to think that U.S. personnel "committed acts of torture" and other crimes in Afghanistan.

U.S. Strips Visa From Intl. Criminal Court Prosecutor Pursuing War-Crimes Inquiry

International Criminal Court prosecutor Fatou Bensouda's office has previously said it found reasonable basis to think that U.S. personnel "committed acts of torture" and other crimes in Afghanistan.

U.S. Strips Visa From Intl. Criminal Court Prosecutor Pursuing War-Crime Inquiry

International Criminal Court prosecutor Fatou Bensouda's office has previously said it found reasonable basis to believe U.S. personnel "committed acts of torture" and other crimes.

Biden Jokes About His Physical Contact, Says He Will Change His Campaign Style

In a speech before the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers union, Biden joked about hugs he gave a union worker and putting his arm around a child on stage.

Trump Administration's Census Citizenship Question Plans Halted By Third Judge

Plans to use the 2020 census to ask about U.S. citizenship status suffered another major blow. A ruling in Maryland joins earlier rulings in New York and California blocking the citizenship question.

Trump Wants U.S. Treasurer Jovita Carranza To Lead Small Business Administration

The president says he will nominate Carranza, who served as deputy administrator for the SBA under President George W. Bush, to replace Linda McMahon.

Trump Considers Herman Cain For Federal Reserve Board

President Trump plans to nominate former pizza executive and GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain to the Federal Reserve Board. The news comes as the Labor Department releases its monthly jobs report.