After Wednesday night's contests, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have firmed up their front-runner status in the GOP and Democratic presidential contests.
NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Rep. Chris Collins, the first sitting congressman to endorse Donald Trump, about the Republican frontrunner's wins on Super Tuesday and how the party is reacting to him.
As more critics point to an undercurrent of bigotry in some of Donald Trump's statements, journalists grapple with how to characterize what he says — and what he means.
The Energy Information Administration says oil inventories are at "historically high" levels. Still, gas prices have been heading up because oil refineries are switching to more costly summer blends.
The president is talking with the editor in chief of The Texas Tribune to open SXSW Interactive on March 11, and five days later, the first lady will deliver the keynote for SXSW Music.
The name of the game is delegates in presidential politics. The race for them is on in the 2016 primary elections. Here's how each candidate has done so far and what's at stake in each state.
The accomplished neurosurgeon, a surprising presidential candidate, was a top-polling candidate in 2015 before the GOP primary race refocused on national security and foreign affairs.
GOP voters are way more excited to vote this year than in the 2012 race. Democratic voters, meanwhile, aren't near their 2008 turnout levels.
The New Jersey governor and former presidential candidate faces a storm of criticism at home for his decision to endorse Republican frontrunner Donald Trump.
Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., talks with David Greene about Hillary Clinton's Super Tuesday results and what they mean for the country moving forward.
Rep. Tom Marino, who endorsed Trump, and GOP strategist Mark McKinnon talk with David Greene and Steve Inskeep about Trump's appeal. Marino calls Trump a maverick; McKinnon says the race isn't over.
Commenting on the Democratic presidential primary race between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are: Mo Elleithee of Georgetown University and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, a member of Congress from Hawaii.
Given his growing lead in delegates, Donald Trump's main obstacle now may be not another candidate but the prospect of an open convention where no one has the votes for a first-ballot nomination.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won big across the board, but Ted Cruz pulled off a surprise in Oklahoma and Rubio finally won his first state in Minnesota.
Donald Trump won seven Super Tuesday contests. Steve Inskeep talks to former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman about the results.
Hillary Clinton swept the Southern states voting in Super Tuesday contests, and won by wide margins. Democratic pollster Margie Omero, co-host of the podcast The Pollsters weighs in on the results.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump had strong Super Tuesday showings, but their rivals didn't let up. Bernie Sanders won 4 states. Ted Cruz captured three. And, Marco Rubio won the Minnesota caucuses.
Donald Trump has been winning, but not a clear majority of delegates so far. Jonah Goldberg, senior editor at the National Review, tells David Greene his magazine devoted an issue to attacking Trump.
Donald Trump keeps on winning and confounding the Republican Party establishment with his broad coalition of voters. He won seven states on Super Tuesday. Hillary Clinton also won seven.
As part of a showdown over whether Apple must develop a way to unlock the iPhone owned by a San Bernardino shooter, Apple and the FBI faced off Tuesday before members of the House Judiciary Committee.