We Build the Wall, a non-profit organization funding construction of a section of border wall near Sunland Park, N.M., said Thursday that they had 10 other sites picked out for more wall construction.
NPR’s Rachel Martin talks to FCC Commissioner Geoffrey Starks about his op-ed in The Hill on the threat posed by Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, whose equipment is installed in U.S. networks.
Utility crews from around the U.S. are volunteering their time to install power to homes on the Navajo Nation, where many people live without light, running water and Internet.
French car maker Renault is considering a merger proposal from Fiat Chrysler, which has been looking for a partner for a while — and there are limited partners available.
Infants’ Tylenol is the same strength as Children’s Tylenol. Turns out, the price difference has to do with packaging and safety features.
British Prime Minister Theresa May had been under pressure for a while to step down over the embattled Brexit negotiations. She will leave office on June 7.
At a time of low unemployment for African Americans, educated, well-connected professionals are starting new lives in cities such as Charlotte, N.C.
American farmers rely heavily on selling their goods overseas. As the trade war heats up again, many Midwest soybean farmers have huge surpluses and are receiving government aid.
A new poll from NPR, Harvard and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation gives a glimpse into rural life in America today, finding that many people living in rural communities live on the edge financially.
U.S. unemployment is at a nearly 50-year low. The jobless rate for Hispanics has never been lower. The past two years have been the best job market ever for African Americans. Shouldn’t we be excited?