The scholarship program, sponsored by the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, intends to support the next generation of civil rights advocates working in the South. (Image credit: Bebeto Matthews/AP)
A witness, identified as a former romantic partner of the woman, says she intended to sell the computer to a Russian friend, who planned to then pass it to the Kremlin’s foreign intelligence service. (Image credit: Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
In Michigan, Sunday’s protest in Lansing was deemed “eclectic, but small and dull.” It wasn’t alone. (Image credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)
NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with professor Cynthia Miller-Idriss about how the Biden administration might confront the national security threat of white extremism.
NPR’s Michel Martin discusses president-elect Joe Biden’s immigration policies with two people who have extensive knowledge on the topic: Theresa Cardinal Brown and Chuck Rocha.
As federal, Capitol Hill, and D.C. authorities assess the failure to secure the U.S. Capitol, they have to turn to securing President-elect Biden’s inaugural festivities.
NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with Rep. Joe Neguse (D-Colo.) about his role as an impeachment manager.