Originally published on Wed April 2, 2014 12:34 pm
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down an overall cap on the amount that large campaign donors can give to parties and candidates in a two-year election cycle.
In a 5-4 decision split between conservatives and liberals on the high court, the court said the limits were a violation of the First Amendment.
You won't be able to fire away at government drones — if any were to fly by — in Deer Trail, Colo.
A proposal to issue $25 drone hunting licenses was rejected Tuesday by voters in the little town about 55 miles east of Denver.
This year's Peabody Award winners for excellence in electronic media include The Race Card Project from NPR's Michele Norris.
Her project, which was featured in a series of reports on Morning Edition, invites people to distill their "thoughts, experiences or observations about race into one sentence that only has six words."
The first slice of data about job growth in March offers some hope that the U.S. labor market gained some strength:
Originally published on Wed April 2, 2014 2:45 pm
Here is some of the latest news from Oso, Wash., the tiny community north of Seattle that was devastated by a mudslide on March 22:
-- Death Toll At 29: Authorities say the number of confirmed fatalities as of this morning was 29. (We updated that figure at 11:15 a.m. ET.)