Donald Trump has called on his supporters to monitor the polls on Election Day for possible cheating. Democratic and Republican officials say there are limits on who can and can't watch the polls and what they can do. But there are a few poll-watching efforts that are raising concerns that voters will be intimidated. Those groups insist they'll play by the rules, but some people are worried they won't, given the current political climate.
CNN announced on Monday that Democratic party chief Donna Brazile resigned her role as a commentator for the network earlier this month after hacked emails posted by WikiLeaks showed she shared questions for CNN-sponsored candidate events with people associated with Hillary Clinton's campaign earlier this year. She had already taken a leave from CNN when agreeing to lead the party this past summer.
The jury heard closing arguments Monday in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing trail in New Jersey.
With Hillary Clinton's emails back in the news, Donald Trump is campaigning in Democratic leaning states as he looks for an opening to overtake his rival. On Monday, he's campaigning in Michigan.
Hillary Clinton is campaigning in Ohio Monday, as the fallout from the FBI announcement related to her email case continues.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Glenn Sheller, editorial page editor for the Columbus Dispatch, and Cindi Andrews, opinion editor for the Cincinnati Enquirer. Both papers have endorsed Hillary Clinton, the first Democrat for president they've endorsed in a century.
FBI Director James Comey has been taking heat from Democrats and Republicans for his handling of the newly discovered emails that could be related to the probe into Hillary Clinton's server.
The FBI is rushing to sift through thousands of emails that may relate to its investigation of Hillary Clinton's private server.
Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid says FBI Director James Comey violated the Hatch Act — a law barring public officials from influencing elections.
Eight days before Election Day, following news of a revived probe of Hillary Clinton's email server, we hear what to expect from commentator Cokie Roberts and Fox News host Tucker Carlson.
FBI Director James Comey's letter to Congress announcing more evidence in the case of Hillary Clinton's private server was "inappropriate," says former public affairs director Matthew Miller.
Director James Comey said the emails could be pertinent to the probe of Hillary Clinton's private server. It's unclear whether the emails are new or copies of material already reviewed by the FBI.
The Supreme Court will hear Fry v. Napoleon Schools on Monday to decide if disabled children prevented from having qualified service animals at school can go directly to federal court.
Demonstrators are taking to the streets in Venezuela after election officials suspended an opposition effort to recall President Nicolas Maduro. Hannah Dreier of The Associated Press has the latest.
The FBI said Friday that it has discovered emails from Hillary Clinton's private email server during a separate investigation. Here's what we know so far — and what we don't.
Voters in one New Hampshire congressional district are caught in a political version of the movie "Groundhog Day." Every year since 2008, they've had the same two candidates run for Congress.
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Anna Douglas about the close U.S. Senate and gubernatorial races happening in North Carolina. She reports on North Carolina for McClatchy DC.
There are about 500,000 elected officials in the U.S. For those running for office far, far down the ballot, it can be hard to get attention in a noisy presidential election year.
NPR's Mara Liasson has been traveling with the Clinton campaign and talks with Rachel Martin about the announcement's impact in the final days of the presidential campaign.
Peter Zeidenberg spent 17 years at the Justice Department. He talks to Rachel Martin about FBI Director James Comey's decision to announce new evidence in the investigation of Clinton's email server.