Steve Inskeep gets a review of Donald Trump's big night with NPR's Scott Detrow and Republican analyst John Feehery. NPR's Asma Khalid reports on young Republicans reluctant to embrace their nominee.
Republicans had been waiting for Donald Trump to accept his party's presidential nomination. We listen with NPR's Scott Detrow, and go to Arizona to hear from Democrats with NPR's Don Gonyea.
NPR Politics adds context, analysis and checks facts in Trump's Thursday night address to the Republican National Convention.
Peter Thiel is an openly gay libertarian billionaire financier, co-founder of PayPal and early Facebook investor. "Fake culture wars only distract us from our economic decline," he says.
With two outsized, white bows in her hair, 6-year-old Heavenly Joy brought the house down at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland Thursday night.
The United States would "absolutely" defend its NATO allies, Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence told the PBS NewsHour on Thursday
Trump will cast himself as a champion for the middle class, arguing that by putting presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the White House, economic strife would grow.
Tony Schwartz spent 18 months working on Donald Trump's 1987 best-selling book. "I helped paint a vastly more appealing human being than he actually is," Schwartz says.
Ivanka Trump is considered one of Donald Trump's most influential advisers. She could also end up being one of his best surrogates on the campaign trail and someone who can sway female voters.
Conflict, betrayal, false words: The Republican National Convention is playing out like a reality TV show.
Ivanka Trump will introduce her father at the GOP convention Thursday night. She's been a close confidant and adviser to him, and some question whether she can help Donald Trump reach female voters.
As the Republican National Convention nears its end, Donald Trump will deliver a speech Thursday night for the first time as the official GOP nominee.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to young Republicans at the Republican National Convention about the future of their party and their place in it.
Donald Trump takes the stage Thursday night for the climax of the Republican National Convention. But the drama of rival Ted Cruz's speech the night before — and his decision not to endorse Trump — is still reverberating.
The Republican Party has a black voter problem. African-Americans attending the GOP Convention in Cleveland are hoping Donald Trump can attract more of them.
As Republicans made overtures to Latinos inside the convention hall, protesters outside denounced what they said was Donald Trump's racism.
A lawmaker asks if non-whites have contributed to civilization. Accusations that a white woman stole remarks from a black woman. An exceedingly tiny number of black delegates. And more from the RNC.
The morning after Ted Cruz was booed by the crowd at the Republican convention, he defended his decision not to endorse Trump.
The reports from the Clinton committees put her in better financial shape than either President Obama or challenger Mitt Romney in 2012. Trump's fundraising has improved but still lags Clinton's'.
Oh, and then there was her rendition of Beyonce's "Single Ladies," complete with the moves.