Decades before her appearance on "Between Two Ferns," Hillary Clinton was in-character for a skit that was supposed to stay off-the-record.
The Republican nominee proved adept in the primary debates, but a one-on-one debate could expose weaknesses in policy. And he'll have delicately approach how he debates with the first female nominee.
Expectations are high for the Democratic nominee, but she needs to come across as authentic and relatable instead of just a policy wonk.
Early voting is set to account for one-third of all votes cast this election. Does your state allow early voting? And how do the campaigns use this data? Find out with our complete guide.
Congress has just one thing to do this month before its October recess: keep the federal government funded. With just one week left before the deadline, there's still no deal in sight.
Lester Holt assumed the NBC evening anchor chair after his predecessor's career collapsed. Monday night, he'll moderate the first of three debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Obama plans to veto a bill allowing relatives of Sept. 11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia for allegedly helping the hijackers. The White House says it could lead to reprisals by nations against the U.S.
Morning Edition's David Greene talks to Christian rapper Amisho Baraka, who says that as a black evangelical, he's not comfortable supporting either party's presidential candidate.
President Obama awarded the 2015 National Arts and National Humanities Medals at the White House Thursday. Mel Brooks, Morgan Freeman, Berry Gordy and Philip Glass are among the many honorees.
"What happens if you get pregnant? Are we going to be stuck with Tim Kaine for nine months?" host Zach Galifianakis asks.
By delivering a major address on issues around disability and employment, Hillary Clinton put a focus on a large group of voters who often feel ignored.
Both major party candidates are preparing for the first presidential debate on Monday, but they're doing so in different ways.
Law and order have been a major theme this year on the campaign trail. But that means very different things to the two major party presidential candidates.
Hillary Clinton's campaign is making a pitch on creating economic opportunity for disabled Americans, a level of attention that disability advocates say is rare in a presidential campaign.
Hillary Clinton has been working to attract more black voters, and President Obama also made an appeal for her. Steve Inskeep talks to Rep. James Clyburn of South Carolina, who is a Clinton supporter.
Donald Trump is continuing his efforts to reach out to Africa-Americans. He spoke on Wednesday at a predominantly black church in Cleveland Heights, Ohio.
Donald Trump goes into Monday's presidential debate looking to appear as a plausible alternative to Hillary Clinton. On Wednesday, we heard what Clinton faces — now we examine Trump's challenges.
It's a major step forward on a key portion of last year's nuclear deal with Iran, and is seen as a test case on doing business with that country. The planes will help modernize Iran's aging fleet.
The Anti-Defamation League is hiring a Silicon Valley representative to lead in efforts to combat anti-Semitism and other hate speech online, says CEO Jonathan Greenblatt.
Hillary Clinton is struggling to attract young voters. She has not been able, so far, to appeal to as many of them as did the last Democrat who ran for president, Barack Obama. This is a problem for her as she seeks to duplicate the Obama coalition of voters that relied on young voters for his historic victory.