The Vermont senator's endorsement is the conclusion to the long, surprising Democratic primary fight. Clinton praised Sanders, and Sanders returned the favor, saying it was important to elect Clinton.
A new poll suggests Clinton still lags far behind Bernie Sanders among voters 30 and younger.
The last time people were this dissatisfied with presidential candidates, Ross Perot became a third-party success story. This year, however, there are new hurdles for outsiders.
The Democrat will already make history with her own nomination for president. Now the question is whether she wants to do it again with her choice of running mate by picking a second woman or Latino.
Ahead of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland next week, delegates are hashing out the party platform with key debates over same-sex marriage and transgender rights.
In Colorado, a diverse swing state, both parties are aggressively seeking the votes of suburban women in Jefferson County. For decades, the suburbs west of Denver have picked the next president.
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are coming together after an intense primary season for a N.H. campaign event on Tuesday. The question remains how enthusiastically does Sanders endorse Clinton?
Bill Clinton is widely considered an exceptional political talent. But he recently muddled perceptions of the investigation of his wife's email system, raising doubts about his value to her campaign.
If Hillary Clinton is elected, it would be historic for many reasons. Her husband would be the first male spouse of a president and the first former president married to the person in the oval office.
Republican leaning women could be key to winning Pennsylvania's electoral votes this November, and both parties are appealing to them, especially along the New Jersey border in Bucks County.
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Larry Summers, a professor at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and former U.S. treasury secretary, about his op-ed in the The Washington Post regarding popular support for Brexit and Donald Trump.
NPR's Robert Siegel discusses the Trump campaign organization with Barry Bennett, a former adviser to the Trump campaign and the former campaign manager for Ben Carson.
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Democratic sources familiar with negotiations between the campaigns say a formal endorsement is expected.
Donald Trump's wife Melania hasn't had a prominent public role in his presidential campaign. Her role as first lady could be more old-fashioned and less political than recent presidential spouses.
A postcard from the Underground Museum in Los Angeles, featuring reactions to the week's events from several founders of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Switzerland has never been a member of the European Union. Former Swiss President Micheline Calmy-Rey says that it could provide a potential model for the U.K. after the "Brexit" vote.
Ankeny, Iowa is one of the fastest-growing cities in the country and an example of a growing urban/rural divide. The presidential campaigns are shifting focus in this critical swing state.
Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are vetting their shortlists of vice presidential contenders. With the GOP convention starting in eight days, Trump could name his running mate any day now.
If Trump hopes to win Michigan, then he's got to win over working-class white men in suburban Detroit. But it will be tough. The state hasn't backed a Republican presidential candidate since 1988.