The Times' story revealing Trump's huge losses two decades ago relies on documents sent anonymously to the newspaper. No criminality by Trump was alleged, but critics of the Times say it broke laws.
The "October surprise" has a long history in American politics, but not as long as you might think — and not as consequential as you might think, either.
The 1990-91 recession was catastrophic for Donald Trump's empire. A tax document published by The New York Times shows as late as 1995, he was reporting an annual loss of $916 million. What happened?
Associated Press investigative reporter Garance Burke talks with Renee Montagne about what more than 20 insiders from the reality TV show described as inappropriate behavior by Donald Trump.
The New York Times published some of Donald Trump's income tax returns from 1995 in which Trump reported over $900 million in loses. That could have legally relieved his tax burden for up to 18 years.
"I will retire when it's time," the 83-year-old Supreme Court justice said in an interview with NPR. She also shares wedding advice from her mother-in-law and reads a letter from her late husband.
Dallas pastor T.D. Jakes discusses violence between law enforcement and the black community and how his parish and new television show take on the issue.
Hillary Clinton spent the day in Charlotte, N.C., attending a church service and meeting with African-American community leaders to discuss the recent shooting of Keith Lamont Scott by police.
Hungarians who voted Sunday overwhelmingly rejected a European Union plan to accept a small number of refugees in their country. But the measure was declared invalid because of low voter turnout.
The New York Times has published leaked 1995 tax documents from Donald Trump that show a loss of $916 million that year. Times reporter Susanne Craig received those documents in the mail last month.
Recent revelations about Donald Trump's taxes raise the possibility that he was able to not pay any income taxes for years. And it could have been done legally.
Theresa May announced that the United Kingdom will begin the formal process of leaving the European Union by the end of March 2017. That means the U.K. will likely be out of the EU by spring of 2019.
How will Trump respond to his 1995 tax records being out in the open? And when the vice presidential candidates meet on the debate stage will the echo their running mates?
The New York Times has reported that Trump declared a $916 million loss on his 1995 income tax returns. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Russ Buettner, one of the reporters who investigated the story.
Documents obtained and published by The New York Times suggest the presidential candidate's $916 million declared business losses in 1995 may have allowed him to legally avoid paying income taxes.
Ahead of Tuesday's vice presidential debate, here is where the two running mates differ on some issues from their party's presidential nominees.
The sketch comedy show returned after months away, to an electorate on edge, and to an election that's hard to laugh at.
Linda Chavez of the Center for Equal Opportunity, Denise Galvez of Latinas for Trump and columnist Gustavo Arellano discuss Donald Trump's week of comments about a former Miss Universe.
The Clinton campaign is taking both the high and low roads in responding to Trump's recent stumbles.
One of the country's most expensive races for local office is in Arizona's Maricopa County where Sheriff Joe Arpaio, a noted opponent of illegal immigration, has the toughest challenge of his career.