LIVE LISTEN WATCH EDUCATE CORPORATE SUPPORT US DONATE CONTACT US ENEWS SIGN IN
 
Donate
Click to Search
 
Penguin Press

A Very Stable Genius, by Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig

Penguin Press

A Very Stable Genius gives pause to ponder: Is this moment simply about Trump — or are we also witnessing a sea change in journalism? Are we seeing new standards for the presentation of a presidency?

Read more ...
David Goldman/AP

Last year's data collected by the agencies is the latest confirmation that the Earth is steadily getting hotter. The planet is now almost 1 degree Celsius warmer than it was in the mid-20th century.

Read more ...
Andrew Medichini/AP

Francesca Di Giovanni is the first woman to have a managerial role in the Secretariat of State, one of the most important departments in the Vatican. She has been working there for 27 years.

Read more ...
Evan Vucci/AP

The order is a blow for the White House, which essentially tried to give state and local government officials power to veto resettlement. The judge says that appears to violate the Refugee Act.

Read more ...
Steve Helber/AP

Women who fought for and against the Equal Rights Amendment decades ago — sometimes as teenagers — are watching the votes in Virginia.

Read more ...
Dmitry Astakhov/Sputnik/AFP via Getty Images

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, a Putin loyalist, and other principal government ministers resigned in a move designed to ease a package of changes recently proposed by Russia's president.

Read more ...
Susan Walsh/AP

Speaker Nancy Pelosi named seven Democratic lawmakers who will present the House's case in the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump.

Read more ...
Screenshot by NPR

"They are moving her tomorrow," U.S. congressional candidate Robert F. Hyde wrote on WhatsApp in March. Parnas, a Rudy Giuliani associate, said he didn't believe Hyde was credible.

Read more ...
Support for WHRO comes from
Support for WHRO comes from