Aug 15 - 3:24pm EDT

Rudy Giuliani's lawyers say he is the target of a criminal investigation into possible illegal attempts by then-President Donald Trump and others to interfere in the 2020 election in Georgia.

Aug 15 - 1:47pm EDT

The agencies issued a joint intelligence bulletin days after federal agents executed a search warrant at Trump's Mar-a-Lago club and residence saying they were seeing a rise in threats.

Aug 15 - 5:13am EDT

Threats against the FBI from supporters of former President Donald Trump have jumped, even as court documents related to the search of his Florida home are made public.

Aug 15 - 5:00am EDT

This is the first time in U.S. history a former president has been investigated for possibly violating the 1917 law. But it's not the first time the Espionage Act has been under scrutiny, experts say.

Aug 14 - 9:45am EDT

Until 1974, presidents could take documents with them when they left office. Now every presidential document, from notebook doodles to top-secret security plans, belongs to the National Archives.

Aug 14 - 9:07am EDT

Pres. Biden is on a winning streak while former Pres. Trump's legal problems mount.

Aug 14 - 7:00am EDT

There is a good chance these will be the last bids for seats in Congress for two of the best-known women in American politics — Republican icons Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Sarah Palin of Alaska.

Aug 14 - 6:00am EDT

American journalist Austin Tice is believed to have been kidnapped in a suburb of Damascus, Syria, in 2012. His mother says he's being held with a "government-related entity" in Syria.

Aug 14 - 6:00am EDT

One year ago, the Taliban raised their white flag over Afghanistan's capital for the second time. NPR toured the country and spoke to the Taliban and residents about what has happened since.