Marco Rubio says it's time for people to stand up against Donald Trump. Yet the senator says he'll stand by Trump if he's the eventual nominee. Why? Teddy Roosevelt's career may offer a clue.
Sen. Marco Rubio did his best to chip away at support for Donald Trump at Thursday night's GOP debate in Detroit. In an NPR interview, Rubio said it's time to stand up against Trump, enough is enough.
What is coming looks more like the historic schism of 1912, when former President Theodore Roosevelt came back to challenge the re-election of his successor and fellow Republican, Willam H. Taft.
At the 11th debate, the 3 candidates sharing the stage with Donald Trump did their best to attack him. Steve Inskeep talks to Bill Pascoe, a consultant with Tea Party Patriots whose members back Cruz.
GOP presidential candidates debated in Detroit. Michigan's primary is on Tuesday. The debate was one of the last chances Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio had to slow Donald Trumps march to the nomination.
The search continues for a Supreme Court justice. Renee Montagne talks to Emily Bazelon of The New York Times Magazine about how far the Republicans may take their pledge to block an Obama nominee.
Many GOP leaders insist Donald Trump would not be the party's nominee for president. On Thursday, former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney warned of dire consequences if Trump were elected.
A community of observant Jews in Kansas got Republicans to change their Saturday caucus rules, but Democrats haven't changed theirs yet.
If you thought you'd seen everything during a GOP presidential debate, you were wrong. The tenor was set when Donald Trump referenced the size of his, um, member.
The Republican presidential candidates take the stage in the first debate following Super Tuesday. Will Trump continue to dominate the talking time? NPR has its stopwatch at the ready.
The four remaining GOP presidential candidates are facing off in Detroit on Thursday evening just as sniping in the party to try and stop Donald Trump has reached a fever pitch.
It was day of strong words on the campaign trail after former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney delivered a speech that was highly critical of front-runner Donald Trump.
Super Tuesday may be over, but there are many votes to come, including Saturday's vote in Nebraska. That's where Maria Julie Rodriguez and James Borer live. They responded to our call out on social media for couples divided over their presidential primary candidate of choice. They're split not just between two candidates, but between two parties.
The stakes in the November election are higher for Democrats than Republicans. Democrats currently hold fewer elected offices nationwide than at any time since the 1920s, and the Obama years have decimated the party's bench.
Donald Trump has promised to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, and now he has released some more details of how he would do that on his website.
NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with Adam C. Smith, political editor of the Tampa Bay Times, about what's happening in the GOP primary race in Florida.
Early primary voting begins in North Carolina on Thursday. Voters have to deal with some confusing new voter laws, including photo ID requirements. Election officials and voter advocates are trying to get the word out to avoid problems at the polls.
In a speech on Thursday, Mitt Romney sharply criticized Donald Trump. The former 2012 presidential candidate called Trump a fraud and a phony. Romney said he would vote for any of the other Republican contenders, but did not endorse one.
Before Donald Trump was a presidential candidate, he spent many, many seasons headlining the show The Apprentice, where he was presented as the embodiment of success and an enemy of weakness.
Conservative donors and consults trying to take down GOP front-runner Donald Trump vastly accelerated their spending on negative ads over the last two months.