Our favorite 2016 news and stories curated from NPR and around the web. Today: no charges recommended in Hillary Clinton's email investigation and candidates' potential conflicts of interest.
FBI Director James Comey said the agency did not find clear evidence that Clinton intended to violate the law, but that she and her staff were "extremely careless" in handling sensitive information.
Congress is back after its July 4 break, and after a full-throated protest by Democrats over gun control. They are under pressure to provide funding to fight Zika before they leave for the summer.
As part of the radio documentary, Obama's Years, Steve Inskeep asked Americans how their lives have changed over eight years. In this excerpt, he visits Barack Obama Elementary School in St. Louis.
David Greene talks to Misty Snow, one of two transgender women running for Congress. Snow faces incumbent Senator Mike Lee of Utah in the general election.
Steve Inskeep traveled the counry asking people how their lives have changed over the last eight years. This is a slice of what he explores in the NPR special documentary Obama's Years.
The Republican National Convention will take place this month in Cleveland, and the state's gun laws allow those coming to the city to carry firearms on the streets of the convention site.
For the first time this election season, President Obama will campaign with Hillary Clinton. They are making a stop in North Carolina, a state Democrats would love to win back.
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with political reporter Sarah McCammon about a Donald Trump tweet that contained white supremacist imagery, and the backlash it received.
In a mill town on the Hudson River about an hour north of Albany, the Green Party is gaining some traction, fielding candidates for Congress and the state Assembly and Senate.
Morning Edition's Steve Inskeep talks to Americans about how their lives have changed under President Obama. Here's what he heard from a group of travelers he met in Paducah, Kentucky.
Hillary Clinton dominates Donald Trump when it comes to ground game, ads and fundraising. Renee Montagne talks to commentator and columnist Cokie Roberts and Tucker Carlson of The Daily Caller.
Steve Inskeep talked to Americans across the country about how their lives have changed during Obama's time in office. Those conversations are part of an NPR Special documentary, Obama's Years.
The Supreme Court left in place a decision to block the president's immigration plan. Mark Krikorian of the Center for Immigration Studies and Ali Noorani of the National Immigration Forum respond.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders applauded much of the Democrats' draft platform, but stressed his concerns that it does not flatly oppose the TPP trade deal, which Sanders wrote "threatens our democracy."
Helen Aguirre Ferre is the RNC's new director of Hispanic communications. NPR's Rachel Martin asks her about Donald Trump's controversial comments about Latinos and other minorities.
Britain's political establishment is in chaos and protestors are taking to the streets. NPR's Rachel Martin asks correspondent Frank Langfitt about who might be in position to right Britain's ship.
For Vice President Joe Biden, the cancer "moonshot" is personal. He lost his son Beau to brain cancer. He says progress is being made on preventing, researching and treating cancer.
Whether the 2016 campaign email strategies are old or new or just a product of the times, they've certainly got the people of the Internet talking.
How weird has the 2016 election been? Let us count the ways...