Few things make Republicans more upset than the Clintons. And after weeks of missteps, Trump gave them something to cheer about.
In a speech Tuesday, the presumptive Democratic nominee said that economic growth over the past 40 years is largely thanks to women getting into the workforce. We analyze her claim.
More than half of Republicans and Democrats now have "very unfavorable" views of the opposing party, continuing a trend that's been going on for decades.
Once the House was gaveled into session, Democrats shouted down the chair. Members remained in the well of the chamber, some literally sitting on the House floor.
The presumptive Republican nominee for the White House lambasted rival Hillary Clinton for her government record and temperament. He even reached out to Bernie Sanders supporters to support him.
The U.K. is the largest source of foreign investments in the U.S. Representatives of state economic development teams weigh in on the possible impact of a "Brexit" on business in their states.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio has changed his mind and will indeed run for re-election to the U.S. Senate.
As young black activists push for an overhaul of the criminal justice system, they are not necessarily turning that activism into political power at the ballot box.
Donald Trump is going to try to put Hillary Clinton on the defensive over past scandals. Meanwhile, she continues to attack Trump's fitness for office and deliberates over a vice president.
Donald Trump on Tuesday met with evangelical leaders in New York. Conservative radio show host Erick Erickson tells Renee Montagne he believes that they are "trading on Jesus' name for politics."
Donald Trump met with leading Christian conservatives on Tuesday. David Greene talks to Ralph Reed, the head of the Faith and Freedom Coalition and a longtime Christian activist in Washington.
Donald Trump's presidential campaign has steered more than $6 million to various Trump companies over the last year. That's within federal campaign finance boundaries, but raises questions.
NPR had inside access as hundreds of conservative Christian leaders questioned Donald Trump about his personal values and political priorities.
When mapped by election district, an analysis by member station WNYC shows that Hispanic voters were disproportionately purged from the rolls when compared to all other groups.
Since Adam Lanza's shooting rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School claimed the life of her 6-year-old daughter, Nelba Márquez-Greene has advocated for more comprehensive government controls over guns. NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with her about Monday's vote in Senate, and the changes she's seen in Washington, D.C., and in public opinion since the Connecticut tragedy in 2012.
For many Republicans worried about Donald Trump's chances in the general election, his rhetoric isn't necessarily the biggest concern — it's the state of his campaign.
Donald Trump met Tuesday afternoon with hundreds of evangelical leaders in New York City for a discussion on various political and moral issues.
A federal appeals court will hear arguments in a case challenging North Carolina's 2013 voting law that eliminated a week of early voting and made other changes that opponents say discriminate against African-American voters in violation of the Constitution and the Voting Rights Act. It's part of a broader national fight over voting rights.
Hillary Clinton delivered an economic speech in Columbus, Ohio, Tuesday. She used the speech to draw sharp contrasts with Donald Trump.
NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake about gun control proposals in the wake of the mass shooting in Orlando.