A political debate has become a debate over word choice: the question of what infrastructure even means. The answer could mean a lot for women in the economy.
Donald Trump drew more working-class voters in to the GOP than any president since Ronald Reagan. Now Republicans are trying to maintain that Trump appeal, without Trump on the ballot in 2022.
Those who hoped workers at an Amazon warehouse in Alabama would vote to unionize are trying to figure out where to go from here, now that workers rejected a union drive.
Americans are deeply divided on the idea of vaccine passports, but it's not a red-blue divide. A range of voices across the spectrum are both for and against.
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to investigative reporter Christina Jewett of Kaiser Health News about a yearlong project that revealed more than 3,600 U.S. health care workers died of COVID-19.
Gov. Gavin Newsom says he wants the state to fully reopen for business on June 15. But it will have to meet vaccination goals and keep low for that to work.
The economic fallout from COVID-19 hit communities of color hard. One official leading the federal response is Labor Department Chief Economist Janelle Jones, the first Black woman in that post.
Rural New Hampshire was a big destination for people fleeing cities early on in the coronavirus pandemic. If those urbanites make the move permanent, it could help revitalize the region.
The COVID-19 vaccine by Johnson and Johnson has hit a snag. One the facilities making a key ingredient didn't pass quality inspection — possibly impacting 15 million doses.