Seems the likely Republican presidential nominee may have his own Sasha Fierce, who some say used to handle his PR.
Historian Sean Wilentz talks about his new book, The Politicians and the Egalitarians, which explores how partisan politics have always informed the running of the American republic. Wilentz says that every major egalitarian success in U.S. history, including the progressive movement and the New Deal, happened when social movements converged with effective party politicians.
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Reihan Salam, executive editor of the National Review, and E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post and Brookings Institution, about North Carolina's law on transgender bathroom access and the latest on the presidential primary race.
Some states and districts are ahead of the recommendations announced today by the Obama Administration. Some are in conflict.
Trump issued a reasonably detailed tax plan last year that included cuts for the middle class and wealthy. But in recent days
The apparent GOP presidential nominee denies he called reporters purporting to be a publicist for himself. The Washington Post has published a recording of one such call about Trump's romantic life.
The biggest spending came from the campaign of Democrat Bernie Sanders. Outside groups dominated spending on the Republican side.
When we don't acknowledge the role whiteness plays in how Americans vote, we're essentially agreeing to misidentify some of the most important dynamics of this election cycle.
The Education and Justice Departments have given schools guidance about prom, sports, privacy and more.
We used one major GOP pollster's criteria for who the best general-election candidate would be. Donald Trump is not it.
Speaker Paul Ryan is widely regarded as a thought leader in his party and in the conservative movement, generally. He speaks often of principles, and he seems to mean it. He has yet to back Trump.
Trump was in Washington, D.C., to meet with GOP congressional leaders to hash out differences. David Greene talks to blogger Erick Erickson, who backed Ted Cruz and is a #NeverTrump movement leader.
The release of the internal document represents Facebook's continued pushback against claims that the social media network discriminated against conservative news sources.
A new study by the Pew Research Center shows the share of middle-income households is shrinking. That's because more households are moving into the upper class, while others are sinking lower.
Hillary Clinton this week floated the idea of allowing people over 50 to buy in to Medicare. NPR looks at how that would affect health care costs for everyone else.
Colorful protests surrounded Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington, D.C., Thursday morning as Donald Trump met with House Speaker Paul Ryan and other officials inside.
House Speaker Paul Ryan met with the de facto nominee of the Republican Party Donald Trump Thursday and called the conversation encouraging and a good first step, while acknowledging that the two have legitimate policy differences.
The Obama administration requested $1.9 billion in emergency funding to prepare against the Zika virus. Congressional Republicans say the administration doesn't need all that money now and insist the White House is asking for a blank check.
NPR takes a look at what the next president could do about the No. 1 financial concern for Americans: having enough money to retire. The Obama administration recently pushed through a regulation to force financial advisers to be held to a fiduciary standard, meaning they have to put their clients interests first. The next president could go further.
The Washington Post's Dana Milbank ate his prior columns in a nine course meal on Thursday. The columns noted that Donald Trump would never become the GOP presidential nominee.