On the campaign trail, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump frequently promises to bring manufacturing jobs back to the U.S. But how realistic is it to think he could do that, if elected?
Donald Trump proposed "extreme vetting" for potential immigrants, saying the U.S. should only accept newcomers who share the country's values and respect its people. NPR looks at how that would work.
Donald Trump's presidential campaign hasn't spent a single dollar on television advertising in the general election. Experts say this is an unprecedented decision to disregard the most effective way to communicate with voters.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump shakes up his top campaign staff with less than three months to Election Day.
The Trump campaign is naming Breitbart News' Stephen Bannon as chief executive, and is also promoting pollster Kellyanne Conway to campaign manager. Paul Manafort will stay on as campaign chairman.
Bill and Hillary Clinton moved into the White House in 1993 as a First Couple of modest means. If they return next January, it will be as millionaires.
Former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes, badly tarnished by a sexual harassment scandal, is reportedly advising Donald Trump on the upcoming debates and the presidential campaign.
Donald Trump appeared in Milwaukee Tuesdayas his campaign tries to keep the candidate on message. He met with law enforcement to show support after rioting erupting following a police shooting.
In 2011, Jeremy Green registered ClintonKaine.com. After Hillary Clinton named Tim Kaine as her running mate, Green offered the site to Clinton's campaign but they wouldn't meet his price. Who did?
The WikiLeaks founder argued that the Department of Justice decision not to prosecute Hillary Clinton for breaching national security with her private email server is unfair.
The Clinton campaign has spent over $60 million on ads in key states. Trump's first spending on TV spots in Florida, Ohio, North Carolina and Pennsylvania comes as he's fallen behind in most polls.
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.