Donald Trump's self-generated controversies are continually overshadowing bad news for Hillary Clinton and making easier for her to pick up support from disaffected Republicans.
A new batch of emails just released between aides at the State Department under Hillary Clinton and Clinton Foundation staff raise new questions about whether the foundation was able to earn influence and favors when Clinton was secretary of state. NPR's Audie Cornish talks to reporter Eric Lichtblau, who has been covering this story for The New York Times.
Emails obtained by conservative group Judicial Watch fuel allegations the Clinton Foundation worked to compensate donors by providing access at the State Department during Hillary Clinton's tenure.
Candidates are talking about taxes and trade, but not about the tsunami: the massive wave of automation that will transform the workplace.
Trump has repeatedly made statements that push the boundaries of acceptable political discourse, but things are often open to interpretation.
Focus groups with swing, female voters in Ohio and Arizona reveal negative attitudes saturate a critical bloc of voters this year.
The Republican presidential nominee has a long history of starring in TV commercials, from pizza to computers.
David Greene talks to Allison McCann of the data website FiveThirtyEight about the way in which rappers have referenced Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in their songs over the years.
One issue that has really shaped this campaign is immigration. It was a cornerstone of Donald Trump's success in the primaries. But it's also alienating some voters.
The Republican leader is ahead by a wide margin in early returns and is projected to defeat a Trump-friendly entrepreneur. The GOP presidential candidate had shown tepid support for the House speaker.
The Maine politician talks to NPR's Ari Shapiro about her decision to not support her party's nominee for president, Donald Trump.
NPR's Ari Shapiro interviews Maine Sen. Susan Collins about her decision not to endorse Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Falsely charging that Hillary Clinton wanted to "abolish the Second Amendment," the GOP nominee then appeared to many observers to suggest taking up arms against his Democratic rival.
Donald Trump warned supporters Tuesday about the implications of Hillary Clinton being elected and her ability to choose Supreme Court justices. Trump is now denying he suggested she be shot.
Last year, the candidate was dismissive of child care questions. But his daughter Ivanka has pressed for the issues and had a major role in his new proposals.
They allege the attack "was directly and proximately caused" by the then-secretary of state's mishandling of government secrets. Legal experts say the lawsuit would have to meet a high bar to proceed.
Seddique Mateen, the father of Pulse Nightclub shooter Omar Mateen, was seated behind Hillary Clinton at her Kissimmee, FL rally.
Churchgoing Americans say their preachers often speak out on hot social and political issues and occasionally back or oppose particular candidates in defiance of U.S. law prohibiting endorsements.
On a key Trump priority — banning travel to the U.S. from areas affected by terrorism — retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn says "a blanket [ban] is not workable."
Steve Inskeep talks to economist and syndicated columnist Peter Morici and Jared Bernstein of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities about Donald Trump's economic vision.