As the Democratic presidential primary narrows, Sen. Bernie Sanders is trying to rally African-American voters to his side. Sanders spent part of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday in Birmingham, Ala.
Gov. Rick Snyder is to deliver his sixth state of the state address Tuesday. It comes at a time of crisis for the state and the governor. He's criticized for his handling of Flint's water problems.
On a bus tour of New Hampshire, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz talked about his increasingly hostile battle with Donald Trump, and the path he sees for himself to the GOP nomination.
The Supreme Court will ponder an unusual question Tuesday concerning free speech rights. It started when a police detective picked up a replacement campaign sign for his bedridden mother.
Clinton has called on at least 29 kids since July. They ask about pay equity, substance abuse and gun policy. Cuteness abounds, but so do questions about whether the kids are plants.
President Obama has spoken frankly about his regret at the broken politics in America, and he's not alone in his concern. There's no shortage of finger-pointing about the roots of the partisan rancor.
Speaking on his campaign bus in New Hampshire, the GOP presidential candidate says voters don't want a leader easily set off by bad poll numbers "into a frenzy of tweets."
Donald Trump went to Liberty University, a Christian conservative school, in hopes of winning over the faithful. He stumbled and likely didn't change Ted Cruz's advantage with the group.
Donald Trump spoke at Liberty University in Virginia on Monday. The Christian school has become an important stop on the presidential campaign trail.
The British Parliament debated Monday whether to block Donald Trump from entering the U.K. More than half a million people signed a petition calling for the Republican presidential candidate to be banned for "hate speech."
NPR's Danielle Kurtzleben and Scott Horsley break down the claims from Sunday night's Democratic debate. One big area of disagreement was health care.
Washington, D.C., residents pushing to enfranchise teens think their opinions matter and the move would boost voter participation. But some worry 16-year-olds aren't ready to cast ballots.
K-pop star Chou Tzu-yu was forced to apologize on TV after an unplanned political statement. The incident may have swayed presidential election voters in favor of Taiwan's winning opposition party.
In 2012, whites without a college degree were far more likely to vote Republican. They are a shrinking part of the electorate, but their influence is growing in GOP primaries.
Clinton went after Sanders' record on guns. But Sanders took the fight to her on her ties to Wall Street banks, including $600,000 in speaking fees from Goldman Sachs.
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz is in a tough battle with Donald Trump to win Iowa. But this week, he's barnstorming New Hampshire in an effort to beat expectations in the state's primary.
Sunday's Democratic debate was the last one before the Iowa caucuses. David Greene talks to Cokie Roberts and Margie Omero, a Democratic pollster from the firm Purple Strategies.
Last week, Interior Secretary Sally Jewell announced a moratorium on new coal leases on federal land while the department considers a comprehensive overhaul to the U.S. coal program.
Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley took the stage in Sunday's debate in Charleston, S.C. It was the final debate before the Iowa caucuses.
This was as raucous a debate as we've seen from the Democrats. Bernie Sanders was the one in the spotlight this time and he was quick to the draw offering unapologetic defenses of his policies.