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Many abortion rights supporters are frustrated with Democrats
06/27/2022 8:09 PM
Many who support abortion rights say they have already been voting and that Democrats haven't prioritized protecting abortion rights.
Former Justice Department official Richard Donoghue on Jan. 6 probe
06/27/2022 8:09 PM
Richard Donoghue, who served as acting deputy attorney general in the Trump administration, talks with NPR's Ari Shapiro about former President Donald Trump's efforts to subvert the 2020 election.
Jan. 6 Committee schedules last-minute hearing for Tuesday
06/27/2022 5:34 PM
The Jan. 6 Committee investigating the attack on the Capitol will hold its sixth hearing tomorrow after previously announcing there would be no more hearings until July.
Supreme Court backs a high school coach's right to pray on the 50-yard line
06/27/2022 2:26 PM
The 6-to-3 decision is the latest example of the court's conservative supermajority requiring more accommodation for religion in public schools and less separation between church and state.
Democrats are bankrolling ads promoting fringe Republican candidates. Here's why
06/27/2022 12:27 PM
As the midterm primary season rolls along, voters may have noticed a strange phenomenon of political advertising: Democrats paying for ads supporting Republican candidates.
Poll: Majorities oppose Supreme Court's abortion ruling and worry about other rights
06/27/2022 9:00 AM
56% of Americans disapproved of the decision in an NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll conducted after it was announced. A similar number say it was motivated by politics ? not law.
For years Sen. Klobuchar has been pushing to close the 'boyfriend loophole'
06/27/2022 6:58 AM
NPR's Leila Fadel speaks with Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar about the bipartisan gun safety bill passed by the Senate.
Sen. Mitch McConnell is illuminating the legal conservative route for Republicans
06/26/2022 12:04 PM
Much of the credit for the overturning of Roe v. Wade goes to Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., who helped install the conservative majority on the Supreme Court. He may not be finished.
Biden must take stronger action on abortion, Senate Democrats say
06/25/2022 11:15 PM
With Roe v. Wade overturned, Senate Democrats want Biden to use presidential power to ease abortion access and protect those who seek the procedures. But he has limited options.
Could Fl. Gov. DeSantis successfully challenge Trump in 2024's presidential election?
06/25/2022 1:26 PM
NPR's Susan Davis talks with New Yorker magazine staff writer Dexter Filkins about Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and his growing strength in the Republican Party.
Week in politics: Biden urges voters to look to November elections to enact change
06/25/2022 1:24 PM
President Biden is urging voters to elect representatives who support abortion rights in November's election. But it's doubtful the issue will shift the balance of power in Congress.
S.C. gubernatorial candidate says there should be age limits for elected officials
06/25/2022 12:01 PM
NPR's Susan Davis speaks with Joe Cunningham, former South Carolina congressman, about his campaign for governor and his position on age limits for politicians.
Jan. 6 committee alleges that 6 Congressional Republicans sought pardons from Trump
06/25/2022 12:01 PM
The House Jan. 6 committee released testimony alleging that some Republican members of Congress sought pardons from then-President Donald Trump for their roles in trying to subvert the 2020 elections.
The Supreme Court is at its most conservative now from the last 75 years
06/25/2022 12:01 PM
The Supreme Court's abortion decision, along with a ruling on guns earlier in the week, continues the current court's move to the political right.
For doctors, abortion restrictions create an 'impossible choice' when providing care
06/24/2022 8:26 PM
Physicians must treat in line with patients' wishes and standards of care. Some medical ethicists say that abortion bans will force doctors to disregard these obligations in order to follow the law.





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