Strong debate performances have strengthened Marco Rubio's presidential campaign. He released records that show he made personal charges to a state GOP credit card. But there are even more questions about how the Florida Republican has handled his personal finances.
The White House meeting between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Obama comes after tensions fueled by divisions over the Iran nuclear deal, which the White House supported but Israel opposed.
The president is billing his new page as "a place where you can hear directly from me."
College students around the country are lining up to take classes like a new one at NYU called "Black Lives Matter: Race, Resistance, and Popular Protest."
One year ahead of the 2016 elections, Michel Martin speaks with young voters in Iowa about the issues that matter to them, and whether candidates are using the right tools to reach them.
As candidates rise to prominence in a presidential election, they may feel optimistic for a time. Then, things can start to get uncomfortable.
Ted Cruz's campaign is hoping its app motivates supporters to volunteer and donate as well as turn over personal information.
Harvard Law School professor Lawrence Lessig talks about his decision to drop out of the Democratic presidential primary race and his ongoing efforts to get big money out of politics.
One year from the 2016 general election, Drake University political science professor Rachel Paine Caufield talks about the political landscape.
Republican presidential candidates meet for a debate on Tuesday in Milwaukee, Wis., as Dr. Ben Carson and Sen. Marco Rubio have come under increased scrutiny.
This week's Words You'll Hear is "bedrock," which President Obama is expected to use to describe U.S. commitments to Israel, as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits the White House on Monday.
In spite of days of protests over his appearance on the show, Trump hosted SNL last night. His performance was far from perfect, but it probably didn't need to be.
Trade deals don't just affect labor and manufacturing. They also have a way of changing the way we eat. From food safety to booze imports, we offer a cheat sheet on the new Pacific Rim trade deal.
It's one year until people will vote in the 2016 presidential election. NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with NPR's national political correspondent Mara Liasson about where candidates stand right now.
NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Slate's Michelle Goldberg about how gender politics plays into the campaigns of Democratic presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
Environmental groups and activists are celebrating President Obama's decision to reject the Keystone XL Pipeline plan, but some people say that the Keystone decision is a symbolic one.
Americans choose the next president one year from today. People from around the country have plenty to say about what the candidates should be discussing — and what they don't want to hear.
At a town hall event in Orangeburg, S.C., the Democrat backs reclassifying the drug so federal research can be done into its medicinal purposes — a position already held by her White House rivals.
The Carson campaign recently dropped a rap ad aimed at young black voters. Aspiring Mogul, the rapper behind the track, explains his inspiration — and his reaction to harsh responses on social media.
Donald Trump will host Saturday Night Live tonight, despite protests from Hispanic groups who are angry about his criticisms of immigrants.