The bill requires large buildings to dramatically cut carbon emissions. Buildings emit about 70 percent of the city's greenhouse gases. The measure is expected to cost billions of dollars.
David Greene talks to Democratic Rep. Seth Moulton of Massachusetts, a presidential candidate, about whether the House should impeach the president. NPR's Mara Liasson weighs in on the topic.
Sara Hinesley, who goes to school in Frederick, Md., says writing in cursive is "kind of easy." She told WJZ-TV in Baltimore, "I just try my hardest and put my mind to it, and this is what happens."
Michelle and Ron Peterson met by chance 12 years ago at the Cleveland airport, and that's where they tied the knot over the weekend. The couple stood on a baggage carousel for the ceremony.
From a mother with belly pain to a teen girl with a possibly infected tooth, volunteer medics are treating migrants once they've been released from government custody.
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When she posed in 2017 with a mock-severed head of President Trump, comedian Kathy Griffin's career crumbled. She's out with a film: Kathy Griffin: A Hell of a Story, about life after the controversy.
The report left behind tantalizing clues. The Trump Inc. team, a joint reporting project from member station WNYC and ProPublica, highlight some of the items that may have been overlooked.
In 1992, Hindu extremists tore down a 16th century mosque, igniting Hindu-Muslim riots that killed thousands. India's Hindu nationalist ruling party wants a temple to a god built on the ruins.
Rachel Martin talks to Jeffrey Gettleman, of "The New York Times," and Aliana Teplitz, the U.S. ambassador to Sri Lanka and Maldives, about the explosions in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg says Christian faith leads in a "progressive" political direction. Conservatives disagree. The debate reshapes old questions about the relation between religion and politics.
James Holzhauer, a Las Vegas professional sports bettor, has breezily won the last 13 games in a row. He also is drawing attention for his unique strategy and big bets.
The alleged leader of an armed militia group that has intercepted and detained migrant families along the southern border in New Mexico was charged with federal firearms offenses on Monday.
The court is weighing whether the Trump administration can include a citizenship question on the 2020 census. A decision is expected this summer, when printing of the census forms is set to begin.
A state of emergency is in effect in Sri Lanka following Easter Sunday blasts. Democrats ponder whether to try to impeach Trump. The Supreme Court considers a case on a census citizenship question.
Nirvana's culture-shifting hit mocked mainstream rock songs and wound up becoming one. But in his very ambivalence about success, Kurt Cobain captured something essential about growing up.
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Zachary Terwilliger started at the Justice Department as an intern in high school. Now, he is the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, in the intelligence community's backyard.
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The New Orleans drummer produces jazz with its own distinct character on his new album. Critic Kevin Whitehead says Perpetual Optimism is marked by Riley's upbeat nature and attention to detail.
ProPublica journalist T. Christian Miller says outdated equipment and a shortage of sailors contributed to two separate collisions involving Navy destroyers in 2017, in which 17 sailors were killed.