In a blow to rival Ted Cruz with less than a week until Iowa, Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. officially endorsed the twice-divorced casino mogul.
Persisting through cold and rough weather, Concepcion Picciotto was a fixture outside the White House, where she was often called the president's closest neighbor.
Bernie Sanders said he would raise taxes to pay for his health care plan, while Hillary Clinton emphatically explained her plans and experience to young Sanders supporters.
With the polls tightening a week ahead of the Iowa caucuses, the real-estate mogul is continuing to raise questions about whether the Texas senator is even eligible for the White House.
The Iowa Democratic Party hosted a town hall Monday night, where the three presidential candidates talked to voters. It wasn't technically a debate and they didn't appear on stage at the same time.
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Charles Koch, the fourth-wealthiest man in America according to Forbes, and a conservative political financier.
The criminal justice system "suffers from a one-size-fits-all approach to sentencing and rehabilitation and that doesn't really serve the interests of public safety," said one task force member.
A grand jury indicted two activists and cleared a Houston, Texas, Planned Parenthood clinic in a possible misconduct case. The two activists covertly recorded conversations regarding fetal tissue.
The nation's business economists see higher wages coming for workers, but that good news did not cheer Wall Street investors on Monday. They continued to worry about supercheap oil prices.
There's a new poll every day. But what do they really tell us? And can we believe them? NPR explains why voters should approach polls with increasing skepticism this year.
For the fourth day in a row, protesters took to the streets of Haiti's capitol demanding the resignation of the current president. Elections were postponed this weekend, and the electoral crisis has turned into a constitutional one.
A week before the Iowa caucuses, one strategy campaigns are going all in on is texting as a way to communicate with and mobilize supporters.
The mood of the voters is one of the most important political factors in an election year. This year voters are anxious, frightened and angry — for a lot of good reasons.
Entering the last week of campaigning before the voters start to weigh in, some candidates may be preparing to cast a loss in the Iowa caucuses as not such a bad thing.
New Hampshire Public Radio's Natasha Haverty explores the small but growing Latino population in New Hampshire, and how Latinos there are responding to the heated campaign rhetoric about immigration.
Poland's new parliament has restricted the country's constitutional court and has put pregnant women, in addition to others, in a tough position.
NPR's Rachel Martin and National Political Correspondent Mara Liasson discuss the latest news from the ongoing presidential campaign.
If you're a Republican who wants to win New Hampshire, you're supposed to be nice to the Union Leader and the Sununu family. Unless you're Donald Trump.
Iowa's largest newspaper, the Des Moines Register, praises Marco Rubio's smarts and Hillary Clinton's experience in its 2016 presidential picks.
As Iowans prepare to pick their presidential nominees in just over a week, the Des Moines Register announced its presidential endorsements Saturday afternoon. The paper endorsed Rubio and Clinton.