Susan Hennessey, a fellow at the Brookings Institution and managing editor of the Lawfare blog, talks about disciplinary actions for employees implicated in "sloppy" handling of classified materials.
The endorsement will come next week, two Democrats familiar with the campaign tell NPR's Tamara Keith.
Hillary Clinton blasted Donald Trump's business record in the Atlantic City area. NPR's politics team breaks down Clinton's claims.
For purely political trips, a campaign reimburses the government for use of Air Force One. But trips that mix business with campaigning are murkier, rules-wise, and who pays is more opaque.
Our favorite 2016 news and stories curated from NPR and around the web. Today, comparing Hillary Clinton's FBI probe to similar cases and Alabama's lawsuit over refugees.
Trump has run a highly unpredictable GOP campaign and his vice presidential choice will likely be the same. Here are some of his top prospects.
By voting to exit the European Union, Britons increased fears of recession. That has caused many prices to fall. Now economists aren't sure whether cheaper goods and loans will help or harm Americans.
Donald Trump is meeting with Republican Congressional leaders in Washington on Thursday. Here's a look at a few of the reasons why Trump is coming back.
Donald Trump will be in Washington on Thursday for a round of meetings with Republican officials. He's working on unifying the party ahead of the Republican National Convention.
House Democrats have yet to convince the GOP leadership to allow a vote on the proposals at the center of their June 22 sit-in. David Greene talks to Democratic Rep. Norma Torres of California.
Hillary Clinton attended Donald Trump's third wedding. Trump has contributed to Clinton's past campaigns and her husband's foundation. Does this mean that, before this election, they were friends?
David Greene talks to Rep. Keith Ellison, one of the drafters of the 2016 Democratic national platform. The Minnesota Democrat says they don't have party unity yet, but that they will get there.
Longtime Republican rule-makers are coming together to try to block the "Stop Trump" movement at the GOP's national convention in Cleveland.
Loretta Lynch says she has accepted the recommendation of the FBI and career prosecutors and is closing the investigation without bringing any charges.
It's a big improvement over his previous fundraising but still far less than his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton campaigned in Atlantic City, N.J., Wednesday, trying to draw a negative image of Donald Trump's business career and move away from the controversy over her emails.
House Speaker Paul Ryan says Hillary Clinton appears to have received preferential treatment in the investigation into her use of a private email server when she was secretary of state. FBI Director James Comey recommended Tuesday that no charges be brought against Clinton.
Dallas Fowler and her mother Carolyn Fowler are both delegates to the upcoming Democratic Convention in Philadelphia. But they are a house divided.
Donald Trump's campaign attracted a following from white supremacists, and some have directed anti-Semitic invectives at Jewish reporters and activists. One recently spoke to the public radio reporter he harassed.
President Obama announced Wednesday more U.S. troops than planned will remain in Afghanistan through the remainder of his presidency.