Women are often stereotyped as overly emotional. Now, Hillary Clinton is turning that line of attack on Donald Trump's temperament.
Hillary Clinton's campaign, along with the Democratic National Committee, raised $90 million in July — its largest monthly haul yet. The Trump campaign announced Wednesday it had raised $82 jointly with the Republican National Committee, with $64 million coming from small donors. Steve Inskeep talks with Matea Gold, who covers money and politics for the Washington Post.
A Hillary Clinton fundraiser will take place at BlackHat in Las Vegas. Cybersecurity experts there say they support her over Donald Trump despite all the controversy over her email server.
Clinton visited a Colorado tie company on Wednesday, questioning why her Republican rival makes his name-brand ties in China and not America.
Hillary Clinton has some very rich people supporting her, including Warren Buffett, Mark Cuban and Meg Whitman. The advantages of their support are obvious, but there could be some potential downsides.
A tea party member of Congress from Kansas is the latest member to lose a primary election this year.
NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to independent journalist Javier Garza about how the U.S. presidential election is viewed in Mexico. Some fear how the new president will affect Mexico's economy.
President Obama Monday commuted the sentences of 214 federal inmates. Clemency for non violent drug offenses has been a focus of the Obama administration, and it has overseen the commutations of more prisoners than the previous nine administrations combined.
Donald Trump's latest controversial comments are stealing the spotlight in the presidential campaign — leaving many in his party worried about his prospects against Hillary Clinton.
A look at the senate races this year reveals Republicans playing defense in many states, but Democrats need a serious bounce to take control of the chamber.
Clinton still has far more cash in the bank, but Trump has caught up considerably.
Some LGBT activists worry that more police presence won't protect them from vigilante violence — and might actually make these events less safe for the communities they serve.
Party loyalists are hopeful the GOP presidential nominee can change course after a disastrous first week of the general election campaign.
"God didn't want people to be poor," is how one historian described the view the Trump family pastor.
For both candidates on the Democratic Party ticket, religious faith has provided a foundation for their progressive politics.
State Department spokesman John Kirby said there was no quid pro quo with the $400 million payment, which he said was tied to a claim Iran launched in an international tribunal.
Buoyed by agriculture interest groups, obstetrician Roger Marshall easily ousted Kansas Rep. Tim Huelskamp, a conservative member of the rabble-rousing Freedom Caucus.
Shereen Marisol Meraji and Gene Demby sit down with Pilar Marrero of La Opinion and Wesley Lowery of the Washington Post to see how they balance real talk and staying fair during the Summer of Trump.
Clinton's vice presidential pick received more than $160,000 in gifts while governor of Virginia. He disclosed it all, as required by state law, but it could be a problem in this year of populists.
In an election year marked by vitriol toward the Muslim community, some mosques are urging their worshipers to vote. To do so, they're borrowing a strategy used by African-American churches.