McLaughlin's provocative political talk shows anticipated the current TV verbal battleground. He knew he was breaking the traditional mold of political talk shows as forums for polite disagreement.
Hillary Clinton is highlighting voter registration efforts in Philadelphia, as Donald Trump has been talking about concerns over the legitimacy of the voting system in that state.
The Obama administration has announced new fuel efficiency standards for trucks and buses.
Fulfilling a demand from Republicans in Congress, the FBI has shared documents about its closed investigation of Hillary Clinton's private email server. Some worry the move sets a bad precedent.
Kathleen Kane, once a rising star in the Democratic Party, was convicted on charges that she leaked grand jury information to target a political rival and then lied about it under oath.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio told the Miami Herald editorial board he has "stood by everything I ever said" during his presidential campaign.
The Republican nominee is set to get his first classified intelligence briefing tomorrow, and he is expected to bring Chris Christie.
That's not true, of course, and interesting coming from the man who was mayor of New York on 9/11.
Since the conventions, Donald Trump has stumbled badly. That has moved voters in the direction of Hillary Clinton, giving her a sizable lead in the key states.
David Greene talks to Republican political strategist Mike Murphy about Trump's anti-ISIS proposals, which were outlined in a speech in Youngstown. He promised to "crush" ISIS and vet immigrants.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is fighting to keep her seat in Congress. Progressive Democrat Tim Canova has matched Wasserman Schultz in fundraising after being endorsed by Bernie Sanders.
In a foreign policy address, Donald Trump also proposed several steps to fight ISIS that are part of existing White House strategy.
GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump delivered a speech about national security and terrorism at Youngstown State University in Ohio Monday.
Donald Trump is raising questions about the integrity of the voting process. Widespread doubt of presidential election results could have major implications for the constitutional transfer of power.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton campaigned Monday with Vice President Joe Biden in his hometown of Scranton, Penn.
Donald Trump says he will only lose the crucial battleground state of Pennsylvania if there is "cheating." He is organizing his supporters to monitor polling places on Election Day.
"The suggestion that I accepted cash payments is unfounded, silly, and nonsensical," Paul Manafort said after The New York Times reported $12.7 million listed in a political party's "black ledger."
David Greene talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts and Republican pollster Jim Hobart about the missed opportunities, and capitalized moments from the presidential campaign trail.
Hillary Clinton last week released her latest tax returns. It's a move to pressure Trump to release his tax records but it also underscores the wealth that the Clinton's have amassed in recent years.
It seems presidential candidate Donald Trump is once again off message. NPR Politics' editor Domenico Montanaro joins Rachel Martin for a look back at Trump and Hillary Clinton's weeks.