An African American pastor from Ohio shares why he's been a long-time supporter of Donald Trump after a one-time meeting with the businessman. David Greene talks to Cleveland pastor Darrell Scott, who first met Trump six years ago.
Democrat Hillary Clinton won Ohio, Florida, North Carolina and Illinois. Missouri is too close to call for both the Democrats and Republicans.
Who's in the running to fill the vacant seat on the Supreme Court? An announcement could come this week.
Clinton beat Sanders in three states. Trump sweeped Florida. Karen Beckwith of Case Western Reserve University of Ohio and Susan MacManus of the University of South Florida weigh in on the races.
Sen. Marco Rubio announced an end to his campaign following a loss in his home state of Florida to Donald Trump. Sitting Ohio Gov. John Kasich dealt Trump his only loss on Tuesday on his home turf.
With David Greene in Ohio and Steve Inskeep in Florida, some Democrat voters say Bernie Sanders pushed Hillary Clinton to be a better candidate. Don Gonyea also has the latest for the Republican side.
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough tweeted that Clinton should "smile." Others commented that she was "shouting angrily."
Catch up with all the guest interviews from NPR's live coverage of the primaries in Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina, Florida and Ohio.
The Florida senator is dropping out of the White House race after losing his home state's GOP primary to Donald Trump.
The NPR politics team brings us analysis on the vote in the Ohio and North Carolina primary contests. Polls are also closing in Florida, Missouri and Illinois.
The Democratic and Republican presidential candidates await results in the Ohio and North Carolina primary contests.
Tuesday night's five electoral contests could spell the end of the road for at least two Republican candidates, while Bernie Sanders is hoping Rust Belt wins will boost him against Hillary Clinton.
Our feature "First Mention" discovers audio of Republican presidential candidate John Kasich's 1987 debut on NPR's air.
Voters in five large states — Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, Illinois and Missouri — have their turn in the Republican and Democratic presidential primary contests Tuesday.
Tuesday's primary contests may be the last real chance for Donald Trump's opponents to seriously harm his march to the GOP presidential nomination.
One popular campaign stop on the trail ahead of the Florida primary is a retirement community called "The Villages." NPR explores why it's such a magnet for presidential campaigns.
Bernie Sanders is looking to keep up his momentum from his win over Hillary Clinton in Michigan last week as five more large states vote on Tuesday.
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Eric Deggans lives near Tampa Bay, and because of his job, he watches a lot of TV. For months, he and other Floridians have been inundated with political ads, and lately they've been pretty negative.
Decade after decade, political candidates come to Youngstown to use its troubles as a backdrop. They assign blame for its job losses, and make promises for its future. So far, not much has changed.