Bill Clinton has been tasked with driving up Democratic turnout for Hillary Clinton's campaign. On Wednesday, he was in North Carolina to campaign at a historically black college.
In one email, a Clinton aide says "we need to clean this up — [Obama] has emails from her — they do not say state.gov."
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Roz Wyman, an 86-year-old Hillary Clinton supporter from California. She was the youngest person to ever be elected to the Los Angeles City Council and has dedicated her life to electing women to office.
Democrats need a wave election to win the 30 seats they need to flip the House. But even with Hillary Clinton gaining in polls, Republicans are likely to hold onto their House majority, albeit a slimmer one.
Megyn Kelly's unexpected clash with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich illuminates why Trump's poll numbers are crashing. On Tuesday night, Gingrich attempted to lecture Kelly on her fascination with sex and scandal.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Sebastian Mallaby, who wrote an article in The Guardian about living in an era dominated by economic experts and its recent challenges.
Before Hillary Clinton even officially announced her candidacy for president, she was answering questions about the private email server she used as secretary of state. That controversy is back in the spotlight with a new WikiLeaks release.
Donald Trump attended the grand opening of his new hotel in Washington, D.C., Wednesday. It's the latest instance where the candidate has brought campaign media attention to his businesses.
NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to White House photographer Pete Souza about photographing the president and his tenure in the role.
GOP Rep. Scott Garrett's big backers on Wall Street pulled their support after his anti-gay comments went public. Polls show Democratic challenger Josh Gottheimer is within striking distance.
NPR's Audie Cornish checks back in with Anita Lynch, a 74-year-old delegate for Bernie Sanders from Denver. She is a former science teacher and substance abuse counselor. As part of our series of voter conversations, we reconnect with voters and take the temperature of how they're feeling about the election since we last met them.
Republican women have soured on Donald Trump, and Latinos are fired up against him. It's why Texas, which has gone Republican for the last 40 years, could be closer than it's been in decades.
Police are still investigating, but the man who identified himself as the vandal can be seen on a video destroying the star as onlookers giggle and ask for the smashed bits as souvenirs.
The U.S. has always opposed the annual U.N. resolution calling for an end to the U.S. embargo on Cuba, but it abstained this time. The White House opposes the embargo and has taken steps to ease it.
Donald Trump's attendance at the grand opening of his hotel in Washington, D.C., is just the latest example of the GOP nominee bringing media attention to his businesses.
As early voting starts, there are scattered reports of touchscreen voting machines "flipping" votes from one candidates to another. But old voting machines, not a "rigged" election is likely blame.
The Fox host and the former speaker of the House get in a testy discussion over sexual obsession and Donald Trump.
Renee Montagne talks to Gorbah Hamed, an "undecided" Muslim-American voter who asked a question regarding Islamophobia during the second presidential debate in St. Louis.
Steve Inskeep talks to Jamelle Bouie of Slate, about the sketch on Saturday Night Live. He says it had more to say about race than a thousand tenderly crafted portraits of the white working class.
How each candidate has framed their closing argument — and the strategies for victory on Election Day.