NEWS: NPR TOPICS: NEWS
Setup News Ticker
   NEWS: NPR TOPICS: NEWS
NPR Topics: News
Sep 30, 2020

Trump To Appeal Removal Of 'Polarizing' Public Lands Chief
The White House says it will appeal a federal court ruling ousting William Perry Pendley, who led the Bureau of Land Management for more than 400 days without Senate confirmation.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 30, 2020

Graham Plans New Political Offensive In Hearing With Old Foe Comey
The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee doesn't only intend to grill Republicans' least favorite ex-G-Man. He's also working with administration allies to surface unverified new allegations.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 30, 2020

Trump Derails 1st Presidential Debate With Biden, And 5 Other Takeaways
The president ran roughshod over debate moderator Chris Wallace and his Democratic opponent Joe Biden — and crossed many lines in the process.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 30, 2020

Juggling Financial Stress And Caregiving, Parents Are 'Very Not OK' In The Pandemic
The pandemic economy is squeezing families with kids: 74% of those earning less than $100,000 report serious financial woes, in an NPR poll. Experts worry about lasting impacts on kids' mental health.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 30, 2020

From Debate Stage, Trump Declines To Denounce White Supremacy
Asked to disavow white supremacists, Trump addressed the Proud Boys directly, telling them to "Stand Back, Stand By." He did not expand on what he meant.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

Census End Remains Uncertain After Judge Calls New Schedule 'A Violation'
A day after the Census Bureau tweeted out a new "target date" of Oct. 5 for ending 2020 census counting, a federal judge in California said she thinks the schedule change may violate a court order.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

Florida's Miami-Dade Pushes Back On Loosening Of Coronavirus Restrictions
County Mayor Carlos Gimenez says the opening ordered by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis comes too soon and he expressed concern that the number of coronavirus cases could shoot up.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

Disney Lays Off 28,000 Workers, 67% Are Part-Time Employees
The Walt Disney Company's theme parks, resorts and cruises have been devastated by COVID-19. Disney announced it is laying off the workers from its Parks, Experiences and Products division.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

NYC To Send New Ballots To Nearly 100,000 Voters After Printing Error
The error comes as voting by mail is set to expand significantly due to the pandemic and as President Trump has frequently made false claims that the practice will lead to widespread electoral fraud.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

Anita Hill On Sexual Harassment In Hollywood And Beyond
Anita Hill, chair of the Hollywood Commission, discusses a new report's findings on sexual harassment in the industry. She also discusses Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation battle and Joe Biden.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

'Kobe Bryant Bill' Makes It A Crime For First Responders To Photograph Dead Bodies
The bill, signed into law on Monday, came after reports surfaced of gruesome photos being shared of the helicopter crash site that killed Bryant and others.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

You Literally Can't Believe The Facts Tucker Carlson Tells You. So Say Fox's Lawyers
Fox News viewers don't expect facts from Tucker Carlson, according to network lawyers who defended their star in a slander lawsuit filed by a woman who said she had an affair with President Trump.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

Flynn Attorney Says She Briefed Trump On Case Amid DOJ Intervention
An attorney for the former national security adviser said in court on Tuesday she's been keeping the president in the loop even as the government has sought to drop the charges.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

NHL Completes Season In Bubble; Tampa Bay Lightning Win Stanley Cup
The NHL is the first of the four major North American pro sports leagues to crown a champion during the pandemic. Some players spent over two months in a bubble, with no COVID-19 cases reported.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

How Operation Warp Speed's Big Vaccine Contracts Could Stay Secret
More than $6 billion in federal funding has been routed through a firm that manages defense contracts, making the agreements subject to less federal scrutiny and transparency.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

Biden, Harris Release 2019 Tax Returns Hours Before The First Debate
Biden released the return and disclosure just hours before the first presidential debate, where President Trump is expected to face questions over his tax returns.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

Rochester Hospital Released Daniel Prude Hours Before Fatal Encounter With Police
Daniel Prude's family knew he was having a psychiatric crisis and needed care. A few hours after his release from Strong Memorial Hospital, an encounter with police proved fatal.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

California Fires: 3 More People Killed As Blazes Rage In Wine Country
Gusty winds on Monday helped the Zogg and Glass fires to multiply in size. Winds eased overnight, raising hopes that firefighters could make progress containing the blazes.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

California Fires: 3 More People Killed, As Blazes Rage In Wine Country
Gusty winds on Monday helped the Zogg Fire and the Glass Fire to multiply in size. Winds eased overnight, raising hopes that firefighters could make progress containing the blazes.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

Kuwait's Emir, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, Dies At 91
Sheikh Sabah spent four decades as foreign minister before becoming emir in 2006. He was known as a master diplomat who tried to mediate disputes in the volatile Gulf region.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

'Russia Doesn't Have To Make Fake News': Biggest Election Threat Is Closer To Home
National security officials say Russia is again trying to disrupt the election. But this time, it doesn't have to work so hard because Americans are spreading mistruths and doubts about the election.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

'This Is Too Much': Working Moms Are Reaching The Breaking Point During The Pandemic
The coronavirus did not create the struggles that working mothers face daily. But it has exacerbated them and made them more visible, forcing women of all income levels to make hard choices.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

Sen. Ted Cruz Says Judge Amy Coney Barrett 'Will Make A Strong Justice'
The Texas Republican, author of One Vote Away, a book about the Supreme Court, says President Trump's nominee to the court should not recuse herself if the November election ends up at the high court.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

8 Tennessee Titans Players And Staff Test Positive For Coronavirus
Both the Titans and the Minnesota Vikings - who played the Titans on Sunday — are now shutting down in-person club activities.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

A Lead Prosecutor On Mueller's Team Weighs In On Where The Investigation Fell Short
Federal prosecutor Andrew Weissmann says the Mueller investigation was fundamentally shaped by the president's power to fire the team and to pardon key witnesses. His new book is Where Law Ends.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

Grand Jury Declines To Indict Church Security Guard Who Killed Gunman In Texas
Jack Wilson didn't hesitate when a man with a shotgun fired into a packed church near Fort Worth last winter. Wilson killed the man with one shot. On Monday, a grand jury declined to indict him.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

Colorado's Grizzly Creek Fire Shows Climate Change's Threat To Transport Routes
A huge wildfire shut down a portion of a cross-country interstate highway for two weeks. Now, in a ripple effect of the fire, the newly treeless area is vulnerable to flash floods and landslides.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

How A Beloved Gemstone Became A Symbol Of Environmental Tragedy In Myanmar
Decades of mining for jade has left the landscape desolate. Local activists want to make a change — but can they stand up to the powerful companies that dominate the industry?

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

U.S. Emission Reductions Slowed After Trump Pulled Out Of Paris Accord
China is investing in both coal and renewable energy, the European Union promises to dramatically reduce carbon emissions and the U.S. is leaving the Paris Agreement altogether. What will 2021 hold?

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

Amnesty International Halts Work In India, Citing 'Witch-Hunt' By Government
The human rights group said its work in India has come to "a grinding halt" after it learned earlier this month that the Indian government froze its bank accounts.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Recording Will Be Released, Kentucky Attorney General Says
"The Grand Jury is meant to be a secretive body," Attorney General Daniel Cameron says in a statement. "It's apparent that the public interest in this case isn't going to allow that to happen."

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

When Young People Get COVID-19, Infections Soon Rise Among Older Adults
As college campuses grapple with outbreaks of coronavirus infections, research from the CDC suggests young adults are driving infection rates, putting older, more vulnerable people at risk.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

6 Questions Ahead Of The 1st Trump-Biden Presidential Debate
The first presidential debate is high stakes. Can Trump avoid the sitting-president first-debate slump? Does Biden come across competently? And how personal will it get?

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

A Military First: A Supercarrier Is Named After An African American Sailor
USS Doris Miller will honor a Black Pearl Harbor hero and key figure in the rise of the civil rights movement. Miller, a sharecropper's son from Waco, Texas was just 22 years when he created history.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

A Military 1st: A Supercarrier Is Named After An African American Sailor
USS Doris Miller will honor a Black Pearl Harbor hero and key figure in the rise of the civil rights movement. Miller, a sharecropper's son from Waco, Texas was just 22 years when he created history.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

Legal Fight Over Trump's Financial Records Grinds On Even As Tax Details Spill Out
The president is waging multiple court battles to shield his finances from scrutiny, including two cases involving subpoenas issued to his personal accounting firm.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

Pandemic Threatens Long-Term Job Security After Hospitality Industry Layoffs
Experts say the hotel industry may not return to pre-pandemic levels until 2023. Hospitality workers are bearing the brunt of this long downturn.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

More Than 600,000 Child Cases Of COVID-19 Reported In U.S., But Severe Illness 'Rare'
In a survey of data reported by 49 states and four other jurisdictions, the American Academy of Pediatrics said the infection rate for COVID-19 is 829 per 100,000 children in the population.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

More Than 600,000 Child Cases Reported Of COVID-19, But Severe Illness Is 'Rare'
In a survey of data reported by 49 states and four other jurisdictions, the American Academy of Pediatrics said the infection rate for COVID-19 is 829 per 100,000 children in the population.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 29, 2020

Evictions Damage Public Health, Which Is Why The CDC Has Banned Them ? For Now
A survey of 17 cities found more than 50,000 pandemic-related eviction filings. Housing advocates worry that increased housing instability will lead to more COVID-19 and other illnesses.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

COVID-19 Deaths Top 1 Million Worldwide. How These 5 Nations Are Driving The Pandemic
Nine months after the first reported fatality in China last January, the world has hit a sobering milestone.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Officer Indicted In Breonna Taylor Case Pleads Not Guilty
Brett Hankison, the former Louisville Police Department detective, has pleaded not guilty to all three counts of wanton endangerment against him, his attorney said on Monday.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Texas Sheriff Charged With Destroying Evidence In Officer-Related Death
A grand jury has indicted Sheriff Robert Chody with intentionally destroying or concealing video and audio recordings of the encounter involving a Black man who died in police custody last year.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Many Arkansas Teachers Refuse In-Person Classes Amid COVID-19 Concerns
Citing a lack of adherence to guidelines, teachers in Little Rock, Arkansas, have refused to teach in-person classes. The district is considering firing them.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

'Unprecedented' Wildfire Season Threatens California's Wine Region
The fires, which have scorched nearly 6,000 square miles in California, now threaten to tear through communities in the state's picturesque wine country, forcing thousands to evacuate.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Uber Can Keep Operating In London, Magistrate Rules
Regulators had refused to renew Uber's license, finding its lax security controls had put passengers at risk. But a court found that Uber had fixed the problems and was fit to operate in the city.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

A Look At Amy Coney Barrett's Record On Abortion Rights
President Trump promised to name Supreme Court justices who would oppose abortion rights. Activists say Barrett fits that mold. Her history as a federal judge offers potential clues to her views.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Don't Deduct That Haircut Just Yet: Tax Court Has Rejected Such Claims
The U.S. Tax Court has repeatedly said that even for a public personality, the costs of maintaining an appealing appearance are not deductible.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Portrait Of A Parent With Alzheimer's
Since 2016, journalist Yvonne Latty has been documenting her mother's journey with Alzheimer's. As part of a collaboration with Latino USA and Black Public Media, she brings us this intimate portrait.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Fighting Between Armenia And Azerbaijan Threatens To Spiral Into Full-Blown War
Dozens of service members on both sides reportedly have been killed in violence that began Sunday in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. The conflict has the potential to draw in NATO ally Turkey.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

'The Bomb' Presents A 'Secret History' Of Nuclear War Planning In America
Author Fred Kaplan reveals how U.S. presidents, their advisers and generals have thought about, planned for — and sometimes narrowly avoided — nuclear war. Originally broadcast Jan. 27, 2020.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Young Activist Pushes To Lower Voting Age To 16 As 'The Logical Next Step' For Gen Z
Young people are known for taking to the streets in protest, but less so at the ballot box. An advocate, 19, from Los Angeles says lowering the age limit could foster a generation of loyal voters.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Pelosi Prepares Democrats For Rare Possibility The House May Decide The Election
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi outlined the once far-fetched scenario in a letter to Democrats this weekend and is calling for more financial support for battleground candidates.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Joe And Jennifer Montana Foil Attempted Kidnapping Of Their Grandchild
The Montanas were in their Malibu, Calif., home when a woman walked in and snatched the 9-month-old child from a playpen, officials say. Jennifer Montana had to pry the child from the intruder's arms.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Baseball Made It, So Far, Through A Pandemic. Football Hopes To Follow
After a rocky start to the Major League Baseball season, it's on to the playoffs. MLB has gone almost a month without a player testing positive for the coronavirus. The NFL hopes to replicate that.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Baseball Made It, So Far, Through A Pandemic. Football Hopes To Follow.
After a rocky start to the Major League Baseball season, it's on to the playoffs. MLB has gone almost a month without a player testing positive for the coronavirus. The NFL hopes to replicate that.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Brad Parscale, Senior Adviser To Trump Campaign, Is Hospitalized After Call To Police
Brad Parscale's wife told police she was concerned for her husband's safety. In July, Parscale was demoted from his role as the campaign manager of President Trump's reelection effort.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Meet The Trump Campaign Lawyer Who Got His Start Working For Al Gore
Justin Clark will play a lead role in the Trump campaign's legal strategy, fighting over voting rules — and perhaps the outcome — for the November election.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Nearly Two-Thirds Of U.S. Households Struck By COVID-19 Face Financial Trouble
Plus, of all U.S. homes that include someone with a disability, 63% report serious financial hardship during the pandemic, and 37% have used up all or most of their savings.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Trump And Biden Debate Tuesday. Here's What You Need To Know
The two presidential candidates will face off for the first time in a debate moderated by Fox News' Chris Wallace.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

D.C. Statehood Is A Civil Rights Issue For Young Activists
There is renewed energy around the push to make the District of Columbia the nation's 51st state. Much of that energy comes from young activists who see it as a civil rights issue.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

In Internet Dead Zones, Rural Schools Struggle With Distanced Learning
Many American schools are back in class via distance learning. It's stressful everywhere but especially in rural districts where most students lack high-speed Internet and cell phone service at home.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Health On Wheels: Tricked-Out RVs Deliver Addiction Treatment To Rural Colorado
As COVID-19 forced many addiction treatment clinics to scale back, Colorado brought its clinics on wheels to remote, underserved towns and used telehealth to connect patients with addiction doctors.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 28, 2020

Amy Coney Barrett: A Dream For The Right, Nightmare For The Left
The mother of seven, beloved in her community and by Notre Dame students, is a sparkling intellect who is likely more conservative than the man she clerked for and revered, Justice Antonin Scalia.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

A Crisis Within A Crisis: Food Insecurity And COVID-19
Hunger is one of the most urgent — yet hidden — crises facing the nation. In this special episode of All Things Considered, a look at how food insecurity has been exacerbated by the coronavirus.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

Paradox-Free Time Travel Is Theoretically Possible, Researchers Say
In the peer-reviewed journal article, University of Queensland physicists say time is essentially self-healing. Changes in the past wouldn't necessarily cause a universe-ending paradox. Phew.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

U.S. Judge Halts Trump's TikTok Ban, Hours Before It Was Set To Start
The decision grants TikTok a short-term reprieve, but the wildly popular app's fate still faces an extraordinary amount of uncertainty.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

Trump Dismisses 'New York Times' Report That He Paid Little In Federal Income Taxes
President Trump paid $750 in federal income taxes in 2016 and 2017, according to the Times, which also says he's fighting an IRS audit that could cost him over $100 million.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

NYC Principals Union Votes 'No Confidence' In Mayor And Schools Chancellor
The union asked state authorities to intervene in New York City schools, just days before schools are set to open for in-person instruction.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

In Affluent Maryland County, Pandemic Exacerbates Food Insecurity
Since March, the number of people who lack a steady source of food has grown. In Montgomery County, a food assistance effort often runs out of prepared meals before it can feed everyone in need.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

In Rural Nebraska, Combating Hunger From The Pandemic Is A Community Effort
The town of Lexington has long struggled with food insecurity. But when the coronavirus hit, it presented new challenges in feeding this community of 11,000 residents.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

For One Food Insecure Family, The Pandemic Leaves 'No Wiggle Room'
The number of families struggling to afford food has skyrocketed since the start of the crisis. One family in Champaign, Ill., used to volunteer at a food pantry — now they depend on it.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

Food Insecurity In The U.S. By The Numbers
Before the pandemic, the number of families lacking consistent access to enough food had been steadily falling. Today, new estimates point to some of the worst rates of food insecurity in years.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

Woman Charged With Attempted Murder After Driving Into Pro-Trump Protesters
It's the latest in a string of vehicular violence since nationwide protests over systemic racism began in May.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

Violence Erupts Between Armenia And Azerbaijan Over Long-Disputed Region
Each country is blaming the other for initiating the conflict, which has reportedly left civilians dead on both sides. Armenia has declared martial law and mobilized its military.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

'Summon Your Conscience': Biden Implores GOP Senators To Wait On SCOTUS Nomination
Joe Biden called on his former Republican colleagues in the Senate to wait to cast their votes for President Trump's Supreme Court nominee until after the general election.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

'We Can't Stop The Outcome,' No. 2 Senate Democrat Says Of Barrett Confirmation
President Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court dominated the Sunday political shows, with Democrats accusing Republican senators of hypocrisy.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

Coronavirus World Map: Tracking The Spread Of The Outbreak
A map of confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths around the world. The respiratory disease has spread rapidly across six continents and has killed thousands of people.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

Coronavirus Maps: How Severe Is Your State's Outbreak?
View NPR's maps and graphics to see where COVID-19 is hitting hardest in the U.S., which state outbreaks are growing and which are leveling off.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

Presidential Votes Have Been Too Close To Call And Even Too Close to Count
The uncertainty of past U.S. elections may not offer an adequate model given the magnitude of this year's problems and the apparent determination of the incumbent to resist any adverse results.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

What Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court Nomination Means For The 2020 Election
The focus on the court could help energize conservatives in key states. Progressives are fired up, too — immediately after Saturday's announcement, Democrats tied Barrett to a fight for health care.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

Some Black Americans Buying Guns: 'I'd Rather Go To Trial Than Go To The Cemetery'
As the U.S. faces a fight for racial justice in the aftermath of police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, some Black Americans are considering how they can best protect themselves.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 27, 2020

NY Parole Of Former Black Panther Activist Who Murdered 2 Cops Sparks Reform Debate
Anthony Bottom, 68, is at the center of a discussion over elderly inmates convicted of violent crimes in their youth. Reform advocates say after decades behind bars most should go home.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 26, 2020

In California, Windy, Dry Weather Expected To Bring 'Critical' Fire Conditions
The National Weather Service issued red flag warnings throughout parts of the state. Cal Fire says winds and low humidity are expected to exacerbate fire conditions and drive up temperatures.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 26, 2020

As Election Nears, Trump Expands Moratorium On Exploratory Drilling In Atlantic
The move extends a moratorium Trump imposed earlier this month. The oil industry opposes the move. Trump's detractors say Trump is playing politics ahead of a close election battle.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 26, 2020

Biden Responds To Trump Court Pick: 'Health Care Is On The Ballot'
The Democratic nominee said the winner of the presidential election should select the next nominee. President Trump announced Amy Coney Barrett as his choice for the Supreme Court on Saturday.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 26, 2020

COVID-19 Daily Cases On The Rise In Nearly Half Of U.S. States
The U.S. reported more than 55,000 infections Friday, pushing the total number of cases to more than 7 million. Some two dozen states saw new cases continue to rise this past week.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 26, 2020

Military Flight Headed To D.C. Suggests Amy Coney Barrett Pick
NBC News posted video of the judge leaving her home in South Bend, Ind., with her husband and children, all dressed in formal attire Saturday. She is expected to be nominated to the Supreme Court.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 26, 2020

NASA Astronaut Will Vote From Space
Astronauts have been able to cast ballots from above since the Texas legislature gave its blessing in 1997. "It's critical to participate in our democracy," NASA astronaut Kate Rubins said.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 26, 2020

Michigan Secretary of State Says At Least 3 Million Expected To Vote By Mail
Roughly 2.5 million citizens of the approximately 5 million people expected to vote this fall have requested to vote by mail, according to Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 26, 2020

A 'Supreme' Fight For America Begins Now
President Trump's move to replace the late-Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court has triggered a fight for the direction the country with just weeks to go until Election Day.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 26, 2020

A Supreme Fight For America Begins Now
President Trump's move to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court has triggered a fight for the direction of the country with just weeks to go until Election Day.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 26, 2020

Trump Announces Amy Coney Barrett As His Supreme Court Nominee
If confirmed, the 48-year-old judge will solidify the court's conservative majority. Barrett said her judicial philosophy reflects that of her mentor, conservative Justice Antonin Scalia.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 26, 2020

WATCH LIVE: Trump Set To Formally Announce His Supreme Court Pick
Republicans expect the president to select Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his choice to take Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat, a source tells NPR. Watch the official announcement live.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 26, 2020

Trump Set To Formally Announce His Supreme Court Nominee
Republicans expect the president to select Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his choice to take Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat, a source tells NPR. Watch the official announcement at 5 p.m. ET.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 26, 2020

Trump Set To Formally Announce His Supreme Court Pick
Republicans expect the president to select Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his choice to take Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat, a source tells NPR. Watch the official announcement at 5 p.m. ET.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 26, 2020

New DOJ Filing: TikTok's Owner Is 'A Mouthpiece' Of Chinese Communist Party
In a new court filing, the Trump administration offers its most thorough explanation to date of why it considers the hit video-sharing app a national security threat.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 25, 2020

Missouri Governor And Wife To Host Fall Festival Days After COVID Diagnosis
"Come enjoy the outdoor activities and the beautiful fall decorations," said First Lady Teresa Parson days after her diagnosis. The event is scheduled for Oct. 3, 4 days short of a 14-day quarantine.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 25, 2020

Missouri Governor And Wife To Host Fall Festival Days After COVID-19 Diagnosis
"Come enjoy the outdoor activities and the beautiful fall decorations," said first lady Teresa Parson days after her diagnosis. The event is on Oct. 3, the final day of a 10-day quarantine window.

NPR Topics: News
Sep 25, 2020

Federal Judge Ousts Trump's Top Public Lands Chief
The ruling blocks William Perry Pendley from continuing as the temporary head of the Bureau of Land Management, a post he's held for more than a year without being confirmed by the Senate.

  • CEOExpress
  • 1 Boston Place | Suite 2600
    Boston MA 02108
  • 617 482 1200
    617 299 8649 (fax)
  • Contact
  • As an Amazon Associate
    CEOExpress earns from
    qualifying purchases.

©1999-2020 CEOExpress Company LLC