In Arizona, the Democratic presidential candidates are looking for an edge in Tuesday's primary by attracting the Native American vote. They are the second-largest minority group in the state at about five percent of the state's total population, enough for a swing vote.
Former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has endorsed Donald Trump in Tuesday's primary. During her tenure Brewer made stopping illegal immigration a priority, and she says Trump, understands.
Two blasts hit the international airport; other explosions struck two metro stations. Belgium has issued a Level 4 alert, denoting "serious and imminent attack."
Donald Trump spoke at the pro-Israel group's annual conference in Washington, D.C., Tuesday night. Earlier that day, Democrat Hillary Clinton delivered a speech which criticized Trump.
Bernie Sanders has won the Democrats Abroad Primary, with 69 percent of the vote. But where did all the votes actually come from? NPR answers some Dems Abroad FAQs.
What began as a regular handshake after a historic meeting between the leaders went awry as the Cuban leader raised Obama's limp arm above his head. It was awkward.
Donald Trump huddled with several Republican luminaries at a private meeting in Washington, D.C., on Monday and held a press conference at the hotel he is renovating on Pennsylvania Avenue.
The Republican took a detour from the campaign trail on Monday to try to build relationships with GOP officials — while also promoting his latest signature building just blocks from the White House.
We plunge into the archives and find NPR's first mention of Bernie Sanders. It was from a story in February 1983 when he was running for reelection as mayor of Burlington, Vt.
Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, John Kasich and Ted Cruz are addressing the pro-Israel group AIPAC's annual policy conference today.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed without dissent that a controversial gun law permitting citizens to keep a gun for self defense also applies to a stun gun.
"He's not running against nobody," Roger Stone said on Morning Edition. "Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee, is exceedingly polarizing herself."
President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro will meet on Monday, to discuss trade restrictions and human rights, among other things.
This week, Donald Trump, the Republican presidential front-runner, will speak at the AIPAC conference in an effort to convince the American Jewish lobby that he has a serious pro-Israel foreign policy.
The Americans have had it for more than a century, longer than any other U.S. military base abroad. Obama wants to close down the detention facility. So what are the plans for the military base?
Among Donald Trump's high profile supporters is Roger Stone, who has worked for Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. He lobbied for Trump's casino businesses in the '90s and now supports his candidacy.
Occupied by Americans for more than a century and coveted far longer, Cuba's Guantanamo Bay has seen a series of rationales for its being the longest held U.S. military base abroad. As President Obama visits Havana, some fear it won't be long before Cuba controls that outpost for the first time ever. Others say it's about time that happened.
Trump's address to the pro-Israel group is a chance to try to put contradictory and controversial statements on Israel policy in the past.
As it turns out, there are a few reasons for the seemingly endless American presidential campaign cycle, including laws, party rules and a guy named Jimmy Carter.
Politico editor Susan Glasser, Huffington Post Washington Bureau Chief Ryan Grim and NPR editorial director Michael Oreskes discuss the challenges of covering the Trump campaign.