Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton debate in Milwaukee Thursday night. It's the first chance for voters to see them since Sanders' big win in New Hampshire.
People have been sticking it to The Man for years. And in this year's presidential race, The Man is really, really easy to stick it to.
Silver analyzes polls and predicts election outcomes on his website, FiveThirtyEight. This year's is "maybe the most fascinating nomination race that we've ever seen," he says.
New Yorker writer Jill Lepore examines the history of polling in America. She tells Fresh Air's Terry Gross that today's polls may be less reliable — and more influential — than ever before.
The Texas senator has largely been out of the headlines after his third-place showing in New Hampshire. But that was not a bad finish for him, and now the calendar is shaping up better for him.
The debate airs on PBS Thursday night, two days after Bernie Sanders walloped Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire primary. Here's what NPR will be watching.
With the Republican race still unsettled after the New Hampshire primary, the battle moves to South Carolina. On Wednesday, N.J. Gov. Chris Christie and Carly Fiorina withdrew from the race.
David Greene talks to Seth Meyers, the host of Late Night With Seth Meyers on NBC, about the presidential campaign, politics and the view from the late night stage.
Most polls show Hillary Clinton beating Bernie Sanders soundly in the state's upcoming primary, due to overwhelming black support. But many young black voters are turning lukewarm on Clinton.
The total ballots cast and turnout among Republicans was the highest ever. But, for Democrats, it was big, but not perhaps as "huge" as Bernie Sanders made it out to be.
Who would have predicted a year ago that Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump would win the New Hampshire primary? The politics team talks delegate counts, exit polls and what's next on the campaign trail.
With the New Hampshire primary doing little to settle the GOP race, presidential candidates headed straight to South Carolina on Wednesday to start campaigning ahead of the state's primary in 10 days.
President Obama returns to Springfield, Ill., on Wednesday where nine years ago he announced his candidacy for president.
NPR looks at the state of the Democratic presidential race after Bernie Sanders' decisive victory over Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire primary.
Fresh off his victory in the New Hampshire primary, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was in New York to visit with Rev. Al Sharpton. They met at Sylvia's, the Harlem soul food restaurant that's held a special place in African-American politics for decades.
Now, it's on to South Carolina. The state will hold its Republican primary a week from Saturday. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to state GOP chairman Matt Moore about how South Carolina could change the Republican presidential race.
The New Jersey governor may simply have missed his window by declining to run in 2012. Christie threw everything at getting traction in Iowa and New Hampshire but fell short in both.
Thanks to the way Democrats pick their nominees — and despite her whopping 20-plus-point loss to Bernie Sanders — Clinton looks like she might wind up with the most delegates out of New Hampshire.
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO received a brief burst of attention after performing well in debates last fall, but she failed to catch the interest of Republican voters.