The amendment would require the legislature to set a list of alleged crimes that make a defendant ineligible for bail.
Arguments in State Auditor Kathy McGuiness corruption trial are complete after 11 days, and the case is in the hands of the jury.
Even though you’re likely to hear plenty of firecrackers, bottle rockets and even mortars going off on July 4th, technically they’re all illegal in Delaware.
This Week on "The Green"
Summer is here and many are hoping to get away – some for the first time in after a couple years after limitations caused by the pandemic.But if you haven’t already locked in vacation plans, you may still be limited – by what’s still available and the inflated cost of everything.This week, contributor Eileen Dallabrida takes a closer look at the options – especially if you’re on a budget.
NPR National and World Headlines
The controversial Saudi Arabian-backed golf series known as LIV plays its first tournament in the U.S. this week. The breakaway series is already shaking up the golf world.
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Gina McCarthy, the White House climate adviser, about the response to a Supreme Court decision which effectively prevented the EPA from setting carbon-emission limits.
A fully intact Burger King from the 80s has been sitting behind a wall at Wilmington's Concord Mall since it was abandoned in 2009. Mall officials say they'll transform the space into a retro eatery.
For abortion-rights defenders, the fall of Roe v. Wade was a disaster in slow motion. That made the blow no less painful. Thirteen people with personal connections to the issue share their stories.
Whales, seals and other marine mammals need their keen hearing for communication and for finding food. But it's being damaged by a range of constant sounds. Ship engines and oil drilling for example.
The increase in nonwhite Americans identifying as vegetarian and eating less meat is part of the longstanding work of vegan activists of color to make plant-based eating more accessible.
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