A United Nations human rights expert said on Monday that electoral laws in some parts of the United States including Texas may undermine democracy by depriving millions of citizens who belong to minority groups of the equal right to vote.
The board of directors announced Friday that it is firing nearly its entire 25-member staff and rebuilding the discredited organization from scratch.
The United States may soon lose its status as a truly global superpower, both on Earth and in the heavens of low orbit, due to agencies' politicization.
Eliminating tariffs imposed on goods during the U.S.-China trade war would help ease inflation in the U.S., former U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said.
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NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with U.S. Special Envoy for Iran Rob Malley about the next round of talks to revive the Iran nuclear deal.
Scott Simon speaks to Vali Nasr, professor of International Affairs and Middle East Studies at the Johns Hopkins University, about the latest moves to save the nuclear deal with Iran.
Americans are lining up for booster doses of COVID-19 vaccines at a record pace, with concerns about the newly-detected Omicron coronavirus variant spurring millions to get shots, the U.S. government said on Tuesday.