Donald Trump is insisting the presidential election will be rigged. There is about zero chance of that happening. It would require an unprecedented, bipartisan and broad-sweeping conspiracy.
A report from a brand-consulting firm suggests that if the presidential candidates were cereal brands they probably wouldn't be on your breakfast table.
For as long as tales of voter fraud have had currency among conservatives, the notion of liberal media bias has been an article of faith for even longer. The combination has become central for Trump.
We broke down where the candidates stand on the 10 issues voters say they care about most.
According to The Financial Times, Trump's son-in-law approached an investment banker about the possibility of launching a Trump network. Trump denied the report — calling it a "false rumor."
Hillary Clinton's campaign is dogged by new questions about her private email server, as her team looks to expand the battleground map by campaigning in traditionally Republican states.
Most political experts agree that widespread voter fraud does not occur in the U.S. At Monday night's rally in Green Bay, Donald Trump supporters said they didn't foresee violence if he loses.
In the swing states of Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida, Republican Senate campaigns are calibrating how to run races where some GOP voters are energized, and others outraged by the party's nominee.
Despite recent talk that the election is rigged against the GOP presidential candidate, Edward Foley of Ohio State University's Moritz College of Law says that is "extraordinarily unlikely."
A century after women won the vote in the US, we still see very few of them in leadership roles. Researchers say women are trapped in a catch-22 known as "the double bind."
The Supreme Court is already short one justice because Republicans refuse to consider President Obama's nominee. Two sitting judges are in their 80s, so additional vacancies are likely.
The GOP nominee's wife said in an interview with CNN that she believes her husband when he denies allegations brought forward by multiple women that he groped or inappropriately kissed them.
In a wide-ranging interview, the vice president talked with NPR's Robert Siegel about Donald Trump's recent threats to jail Hillary Clinton, talk of a "rigged" election and more.
We pitted two political pundits against an algorithm to compete at predicting the biggest issues to arise over a month in the presidential election. Now we find out who won.
Read Tim Kaine's remarks from a weekend church appearance — he is the first candidate on a major-party ticket to deliver a speech entirely in Spanish.
NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to The Arizona Republic publisher Mi-Ai Parrish about her response to the threats the paper received after endorsing Hillary Clinton for president.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump claims the American electoral system is "rigged." NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with Ohio Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted, who says his claims are irresponsible.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Vice President Joe Biden about why Democrats have lost support of white working class voters, and asks him about the current political climate.
Donald Trump's increased claims that the presidential election is "rigged" — and hints that he may not accept its final results — go against political norms that have been in place for the bulk of American history.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Joe Biden about the latest report on the cancer moonshot initiative, the state of the presidential race, and possible U.S. retaliation for Russian hacking.