Florida is a must win state for both the Trump and Clinton campaigns. Both are now in a scramble to open field offices and recruit volunteers to help boost voter turnout this November.
Bernie Sanders launches a political group to keep his causes alive. But even before its debut, it's hit some snags.
The Clinton Foundation, a big organization that has led to big political headaches for Bill and Hillary Clinton, plans to spin off its international work if Hillary is elected president.
Donald Trump has been changing his tone toward African-Americans and Latinos in recent days. He's been speaking in mostly white communities, but on Wednesday he'll speak in mostly black Jackson, Miss.
Do Donald Trump's comments about regret signal a new phase in the phenomenon? They might as easily be heard as a variation on what Trump has sounded from the beginning: Same song, different verse.
In central Pennsylvania, a farm family, the CEO of a small paper mill and a student at Penn State University — all Trump supporters — weigh in on the candidate's claim of potential voter fraud.
The GOP vice presidential candidate dropped into a Pennsylvania barbershop to get a haircut Thursday. The barber wasn't quite sure who he was.
The foundation would give up its most recognizable parts, including its major global health and wellness programs.
Thousands more emails from Hillary Clinton's time as secretary of state could be released just weeks before the November election.
Biographer Marc Fisher says Donald Trump has lived a "strikingly solitary life given how public he is." Fisher and his Washington Post colleague Michael Kranish are the authors of Trump Revealed.
Donald Trump had promised to identify and remove the estimated 11 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. But the candidate wouldn't say whether his new comments are a policy shift.
Hillary Clinton dismissed rumors about her health that Donald Trump and his supporters have been raising during an appearance on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live.
The two major-party presidential candidates will be taking different approaches to reaching voters this week. Trump has four rallies planned while Clinton is placing ads on television.
With 76 days to go before the election, Hillary Clinton is busy doing closed-door fundraisers. David Greene talks to Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-OH, about whether Clinton needs more contact with voters.
Almost two weeks after severe flooding in Louisiana, President Obama will visit the state. David Greene talks to Republican Rep. Garret Graves about how his district is doing.
David Greene talks to two top political strategists — Eric Fehrnstrom and Doug Hattaway — on what it takes to turn a campaign around, and if they think GOP nominee Donald Trump can do it.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe says felons have paid their debt to society and deserve enfranchisement. Republicans say he is trying to increase Democratic voter rolls for November.
Hillary Clinton is banking on the support of millennials this November. But during the primary season young voters overwhelmingly supported her opponent. So, what's her strategy to win them over?
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to authors Marc Fisher and Michael Kranish about their book, Trump Revealed, which explores Donald Trump's rise as a businessman, political candidate and above all, a brand.
The GOP nominee's considering walking back a key campaign promise central to his support — whether 11 million immigrants in the U.S. illegally would be deported under a President Trump.