Veterans are frustrated their issues have been absent from the presidential debates so far. The war in Afghanistan has also gone almost without mention.
With less than three weeks until Election Day, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton face off on a debate stage in Las Vegas Wednesday night. They are taking very different tracks on the campaign trail.
The Justice Department will still send out "monitors" on Nov. 8. But the number is smaller than in the past, and due to a 2013 Supreme Court decision, they'll have limited authority to intervene.
Seven defendants who occupied Oregon's Malheur National Wildlife Refuge stand accused of conspiracy, theft of government property and illegally carrying firearms. Among them are Ammon and Ryan Bundy.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump debate Wednesday night for the last time in Las Vegas.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have both invited guests to the third presidential debate with an eye towards rattling their opponent.
The Florida senator, up for re-election, says he won't discuss leaked emails from political opponents, citing an effort by a foreign government to sway the U.S. election.
In Nevada, 81 percent of the land is owned by the federal government. It's a number that's hugely controversial — and one that may not get much attention in the final presidential debate Wednesday.
The area around Reno is one of the hottest battlegrounds in 2016. It's also a place where rapid demographic change is underway — exposing divisions between native and foreign-born residents.
As part of our Divided States project, David Greene talks to Renata Sago, of member station WMFE, and Diana Font, a lifelong Republican who plans to vote for Hillary Clinton.
David Greene and NPR reporter Greg Allen discuss the high stakes in Florida, and they hear from a voter in Miami, a Cuban-American mother of three, who is backing Donald Trump.
David Greene talks to Robin Sussingham of member station WUSF, and to Allen Sale, who is nearing retirement and says he's voting for Trump — but that Trump wasn't his first choice for the nomination.
David Greene talks to John Palys, a gay man in his 30s who is most concerned about gun control and student debt. The Pulse nightclub attack made him even more determined to back Clinton.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will face off one last time before election day. Here's 4 things to watch in the Las Vegas debate.
This election, the focus is on vote rigging. But election officials say they are more worried about possible violence at the polls.
Julian Assange, who lives at Ecuador's embassy in London, says his hosts acted under pressure from the U.S. His website has published stolen emails that have embarrassed Hillary Clinton's campaign.
The GOP presidential nominee says limits are needed to end the "cycle of corruption" in Washington.
Immigration is one of the most divisive issues in the presidential race. NPR takes a look at Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's policy proposals on the subject.
Trump critics will be following the final debate to see whether he continues to attack the global power structure. White nationalists applaud the line. Critics say it sounds like anti-Semitism.
At $50 million and counting, Missouri's gubernatorial election is the most expensive in the country. A ballot measure could reimpose contribution limits after getting rid of them in 2008.