NPR’s Ari Shapiro spoke with University of Michigan Law School professor Barbara McQuaid about Trump’s 2024 campaign announcement and how it could affect the ongoing investigations surrounding him.
Supporters react during an election night event for Democratic Gov. Tony Evers at The Orpheum Theater on Nov. 8 in Madison, Wisc. Evers defeated Republican challenger Tim Michels on Tuesday. Jim Wondruska/Getty Images hide caption caption toggle Jim Wondruska/Getty Images Supporters react during an election night event for Democratic Gov. Tony Evers at The Orpheum … Read more
Demonstrators gather on the steps of the Florida Capitol History Museum outside the Florida State Capitol in March in Tallahassee, Florida, protesting what opponents call the “Don’t Say Gay” bill. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption caption toggle Wilfredo Lee/AP Demonstrators gather on the steps of the Florida Capitol History Museum outside the Florida State Capitol in … Read more
NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly talks with Axios reporter Emma Hurt about how the recent allegations against Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker are affecting his chances with voters.
Japan held a rare state funeral for former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who was assassinated in July. This could affect the country’s administration as it grapples with political and economic challenges.
This week’s Jan. 6 hearing comes amid heightened political tensions — over the other investigations surrounding former President Donald Trump, but also midterm exams and the economy.
President Biden has appointed a record number of federal judges. NPR’s Michelle Martin asks former federal prosecutor and legal expert David Latt how these efforts could shape the courts for generations.
NPR’s A Martinez talks to Ronnye Stidvent, head of the Texas Women’s Law Center, about rising voter registration among women after the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn abortion rights.
An Islamabad court extended the bail of former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday as he faces terrorism charges. Efforts to punish him seem to only increase his popularity in the country.
Voters in a key swing Florida district are grappling with rising housing and food costs. What could these disappointments mean for the midterm elections in November?