David Greene talks to Renata Sago of member station WMFE, who's in Orlando, Fla., talking to early morning voters.
If the Washington Redskins win their last game before Election Day, the party in the White House wins another term. This has held since 1936. This year, the Redskins most recent game ended in a tie.
There's been a fair amount to admire in media coverage of Donald Trump and the 2016 race — but NPR's David Folkenflik thinks that on reflection, many journalists will feel more ambivalence than pride.
Ohio is a swing state and both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have been courting voters there. Some voters in Canton say this election is the most important of their lifetimes.
Women, Hispanics, and (surprise!) white evangelicals could all be some of the most interesting stories of the night.
Hillary Clinton has the edge. She has to win just the states leaning in her direction to get enough electoral votes to be president. But Donald Trump has a path, albeit a narrow one.
On this Election Day, Steve Inskeep talks to GOP fundraiser Jamie Wareham, a Washington attorney who raised money for Jeb Bush in the primaries, about the possibility of a Trump presidency.
Over the past six presidential elections, Michigan has voted for the Democratic candidate. Renee Montagne talks to Democratic Rep. Debbie Dingell of Michigan about Hillary Clinton's campaign.
The rallies have ended, and it's officially Election Day. Donald Trump capped off his 2016 run early Tuesday morning with a rally in the state of Michigan, an unlikely target for a GOP candidate.
Hillary Clinton capped off her final campaign swing with a massive rally in Philadelphia — featuring her husband, President Obama and Michelle Obama, before holding a midnight rally in North Carolina.
Election Day is finally here and NPR has everything you need to know about poll closing times.
In our present political social life, we don't just create political strife for ourselves, we seem to revel in it.
Most scientists agree, climate change is perhaps the most serious issue facing our planet today. And yet, it's uniquely difficult for us to wrap our heads around. Hidden Brain explores why.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump crisscrossed the country on the final day of campaigning before Election Day. On Monday night, Clinton held a rally at Independence Mall in Philadelphia.
Former newspaper reporter Frances Kolarek was born in 1917, before women won the right to vote. She calls Hillary Clinton the most qualified presidential candidate she's seen in her lifetime.
On Election Day eve, the NPR Politics Podcast team reviews what we're talking about when we look at exit polls.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are making their closing arguments to voters as the 2016 presidential election comes to a close. Already, early voting numbers are providing clues about turnout and the candidates' effectiveness at getting out the vote.
The Justice Department will deploy more than 500 people to help watch polling places on Election Day. That's a significant decrease since the last presidential contest.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Tracey Winbush, vice chair of the Mahoning County, Ohio, GOP, about her support of Donald Trump as an African-American Republican and the intensity of enthusiasm around this year's election.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton make their final push on the last day of campaigning before Election Day.