“Trying to write.” That tell-tale phrase usually indicates that there’s more trying than writing going on. The main character ...
Gambian lawmakers rejected a bill that would have overturned its ban on female genital mutilation. The vote marks a victory ...
A New York City jury convicted the New Jersey senator of accepting bribes to benefit businessmen in his home state and the ...
Fayette County Clerk Susan Lamb says her department has been frustrated with the launch of Kentucky's new automated vehicle ...
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s running mate, Ohio Senator J.D. Vance, first gained prominence as the author ...
Lexington planners are one step closer to mapping out the growth plan for the city's new expansion. WUKY's Josh James stopped ...
Spain won the European Championship for soccer this year. NPR's Juana Summers talks with The Athletic senior writer Felipe Cardenas about the news and what it means.
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with political historian Matthew Dallek on the link between rhetoric and political violence, and the ...
In Hong Kong, long after the protest movement that kicked off five years ago fizzled out, a quiet tussle is playing out over the fate of businesses that once supported the ideals of the demonstrators.
There's still no clear motive in the attempted assassination of president Donald Trump. But experts say it will be a defining moment as America grapples with rising political violence.
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with David Frum, a senior editor for The Atlantic, to dig a little deeper into J.D. Vance’s political path. Frum knew the politician and wrote a piece about him in 2022.
The Education Department is handling record numbers of discrimination cases, including those involving disability. The ...