Trump made some highly controversial statements on abortion yesterday, then took them back hours later.
Steve Inskeep talks to Marjorie Dannenfelser of the Susan B. Anthony List about Trump's remarks on punishing woman who have had abortions, if it were to become illegal. He later restated his comment.
Donald Trump entered into the abortion debate on Wednesday when he was asked whether women who underwent the procedure, if it were banned, should be punished. He quickly walked back his answer.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders insists he isn't in the race to move Hillary Clinton to the left. But progressive activists say he's doing just that.
Donald Trump reversed his position after suffering swift backlash from both conservatives and liberals on his comments that women should be punished for getting an illegal abortion.
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Greg Simon, executive director of the Obama administration's Cancer Moonshot Task Force, about the barriers to advancements in treating cancer.
Trump's comments upset both abortion rights advocates and opponents and drew criticism from the rest of the presidential field.
We find a first mention of Donald Trump deep in the NPR archives from the opening of Trump Tower in 1983.
A funeral service for Toronto's Former Mayor Rob Ford was held Wednesday in his home town. NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with Daniel Dale of the Toronto Star about Ford's life and political legacy.
National Border Patrol Council said Trump is the "the only candidate who actually threatens the established powers that have betrayed this county."
This campaign season, lots of people are apparently making calls and doing internet searches to see how to move to Canada. The number who follow through will likely be much, much lower.
There are two key words to understand Trump's thinking: "fairness" and "leverage." He believes a possible brokered convention and complex delegate allocation rules tilt the process against him.
Steve Forbes knows what it's like for a non-politician to run for president — he did it twice. Rachel Martin talks to the publisher and former GOP presidential candidate about the GOP primary season.
And as he campaigned in Wisconsin, Trump supported his campaign manager who was charged with battery for allegedly grabbing a reporter for Breitbart News following a campaign rally earlier this month.
In the first Republican debate last August, Trump would not promise to support his party's eventual nominee. In September he signed a pledge to do so. Tuesday night Trump reversed himself again.
The case, heard last week, tests the religious liberty claims against the Obamacare mandate for birth control in all health insurance plans.
Donald Trump's campaign manager was charged with misdemeanor battery Tuesday for an incident earlier this month. NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with reporter Sarah McCammon on the campaign trail.
Some people say Congress should invest in better paid and higher qualified staff. NPR's Audie Cornish talks with one of them, Lee Drutman, senior fellow in political reform at think tank New America.
The charge and a new video tape come after Lewandowski allegedly grabbed a reporter following a Trump campaign rally earlier this month.
The former presidential candidate has thrown his support behind Cruz ahead of the Wisconsin primary April 5.