President Obama challenged his critics to offer solutions of their own to defeat ISIS. So what are the Republican candidates saying?
Bernie Sanders' campaign insists they are not supported by a superPAC, even though the political committee of a large nurses union that endorsed him has spent over $500,000 to get Sanders nominated.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., says bipartisan efforts to "reform" the corporate tax code amount to "a giant wet kiss" for the biggest companies. She wants large corporations to pay more in taxes.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Oren Gross, a professor at the University of Minnesota Law School, about the history of the French state of emergency law, which gives authorities broad powers.
Jindal, who suspended his campaign for president this week, was the first Indian American to run for the nation's highest office. But his bid didn't feel so historic to many Indian Americans.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush delivered a national security speech Wednesday at the Citadel in South Carolina. NPR reports on his remarks and looks at how the other GOP contenders are responding to the attacks on Paris.
Russian, French and U.S. warplanes continue to attack ISIS targets inside Syria. But despite an increase in resolve since Friday's attacks in Paris and vows by President Obama to "intensify" operations, there has been no new coordination between the U.S.-led coalition and the Russians.
Malaysia's leader is at the center of a swirling scandal involving millions — if not billions — in missing money. It's complicating a crucial U.S. relationship in Southeast Asia.
The issue of whether to allow Syrian refugees to relocate to the U.S. has become a top issue in this weekend's bitter Louisiana governor's race. Presidential hopefuls also have ads out on the debate.
Sanders is set to give a speech Thursday explaining Democratic socialism to voters. There's a long history of big political speeches designed to take on and neutralize a lingering concern of voters.
Governor Jay Inslee is declining to join the many governors who say they don't want Syrian refugees within their borders.
Presidential candidates have mostly stayed away from discussing the National Security Agency's surveillance programs. That's quickly changing.
Governor Jay Inslee, a Democrat, talks to Steve Inskeep about why he feels it's important to support refugees fleeing Syria's civil war. Inslee has received criticism from people in his state.
The billionaire's support remains essentially unchanged at 22 percent, far ahead of other Republican candidates in the state.
30 governors have expressed opposition to resettlement of Syrian refugees over security concerns in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks.
The woman adopted her longtime partner's kids while living in Georgia, but she moved to Alabama when they split. The top court in that state refused to recognize her parental rights.
Hundreds of people fleeing the war in Syria have already settled in Texas. The governor says he doesn't want any more. We found Texans who support the move against Syrians - and some who don't.
The Ohio governor and 2016 GOP presidential hopeful outlined his foreign policy agenda in an interview with NPR, saying "I think it is absolutely critical to invite our moderate Muslim friends."
Louisiana Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal announced Tuesday evening that he was suspending his campaign for president.
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Todd Stern, the U.S. special envoy for climate change, ahead of the Paris Climate Conference. Negotiators from nearly 200 countries will discuss how to slow climate change.