Vermont's primary election is Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022. Keep tabs on Vermont Public's primary reporting and results by ...
The reservoir continues to suffer from a 22-year drought that now has water levels at only 27% of capacity. That's surfaced ...
He wrote acclaimed books about Harry Truman and John Adams, along with the Brooklyn Bridge and the Panama Canal. He also was ...
Baker signed a new bond bill last week, but excluded a five-year prohibition on building prisons and jails, which the ...
New York City Mayor Eric Adams is blasting Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, saying he has used thousands of innocent people as ...
Hong Kong's COVID lockdown measures have devastated the city's tourism industry and disrupted business travel in a city known ...
Melanie Lynskey is up for an Emmy for her leading role in the Showtime series about a girls' soccer team who go down in a ...
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Christine Chen of the Space Telescope Science Institute about choosing and scheduling research projects for NASA's James Webb Telescope.
The Texas gubernatorial race is tightening, despite polls earlier this year that indicated an overwhelming lead by Republican Gov. Greg Abbott over former Rep. Beto O'Rourke.
NPR's A Martínez speaks with law professor Melissa Murray about Indiana's new abortion ban, which is the first law restricting abortion since the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade.
The state is expected to transition to 100% renewable energy by 2050. The new climate targets are thanks to about 200 young activists who demanded change from state leaders.
Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt was chief rabbi of Moscow for nearly three decades. NPR's Daniel Estrin talks to him about why he fled Russia following the invasion of Ukraine.