Tensions between Bernie Sanders' and Hillary Clinton's camps continue to simmer. David Greene talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts and Jonah Goldberg, senior editor at the National Review.
Clinton's positions on issues from trade to same-sex marriage have changed. Critics say it's often because of political expediency, while supporters insist she learns and adapts to new circumstances.
A new documentary shows the rise and fall of former congressman with unimaginable access. Co-directors Josh Kriegman and Elyse Steinberg explain how they got the story.
Hillary Clinton took on Donald Trump over the issue of guns at an event hosted by the Trayvon Martin Foundation in Florida on Saturday night. Now, Trump is defending his position.
The Pulitzer Prize winner, who's known as the "father of biodiversity," is a scientific superstar. But now he's trying to convince Congress to set aside half the earth as wilderness.
Gun control will likely be an important topic in the general election. On Saturday, Hillary Clinton spoke to mothers who have lost children to gun violence at an event in Florida.
Some groups are putting pressure on corporations that have pledged money for the Republican convention saying it would help promote Donald Trump and compromise their policies against discrimination.
On Sunday's All Things Considered, we will take a look at Weiner, a new documentary that chronicles the political failure of Anthony Weiner as he ran for New York City mayor.
Voters in Austria choose a new president in an election Sunday. It could deliver the first significant victory for far-right, anti-migrant parties that have been growing in strength across Europe.
NPR's Mara Liasson, John Nichols of The Nation, and Mona Charen of National Review discuss the latest on the presidential campaigns.
All The Way is a drama from HBO that chronicles President Lyndon B. Johnson's struggle to pass the Civil Rights Act. Michel Martin speaks with Anthony Mackie, who portrays Martin Luther King Jr.
Californian Sherree Worrell wanted to register "no party preference," but accidentally joined the American Independent Party. She's not the only voter to be similarly confused.
The math is stacked against Sen. Bernie Sanders. Hillary Clinton leads in both votes cast and pledged delegates. To match her delegate lead, he'd need 70 percent of the vote.
Sen. Bernie Sanders campaigned in New Mexico last night, marching on in his fight against Hillary Clinton, and challenging the Democratic Party primary process along the way.
NPR's Scott Simon asks Amy Goodman of "Democracy Now" about Bernie Sanders' chances of getting the delegates he needs to claim the Democratic nomination.
Bernie Sanders has made it clear he doesn't like closed presidential primaries. Making big changes to the system may be tough to do, though.
The Vermont senator's organization was down to $5.8 million at the end of April as it bought ample ad time in California's TV markets. The campaign spent 43 percent more than it raised that month.
Donald Trump addressed the National Rifle Association convention Friday. His past positions on guns have been far more liberal than the NRA.
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with our regular political commentators, E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post and the Brookings Institution and David Brooks of The New York Times. They discuss Bernie Sanders' vow to stay in the Democratic race, and the very high unfavorable ratings for both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Bernie Sanders is pushing for Democrats to do away with closed presidential primaries. That shift would be hard to carry out, as each state sets its own rules, and changes are both timely and expensive.