NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with our regular political commentators, E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post and Brookings Institution and David Brooks of The New York Times. They discuss the revival of the birther movement, the tightening presidential race, and the hype surrounding the release of candidates' health records.
The presidential debates will be Clinton versus Trump with no third-party candidate despite dissatisfaction with the presidential choices at high levels.
The NPR Politics team is back with its weekly roundup to discuss the top political news of the week, including Clinton's return to the campaign trail and Trump's updated plan on child care.
After years of questioning Barack Obama's birthplace and the legitimacy of his presidency, Donald Trump is only now saying he no longer believes the false conspiracy theory he's peddled for years.
The Trump campaign's latest statement on Trump's birther beliefs is also an example of how the Trump playbook works.
NPR's wide-ranging interview with Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine covers Hillary Clinton's transparency, the nature of Donald Trump's support, Kaine's experience as a missionary in Honduras and his faith.
Kaine, Hillary Clinton's vice presidential pick, tells Steve Inskeep that his experience living in Honduras as a young man has informed his immigration beliefs. He says many are fleeing violence.
Sen. Kaine says his Catholic faith informs how he lives and the rules he follows. He tells Steve Inskeep he doesn't believe his job as a public official is to make others follow church teachings.
Donald Trump refused to say President Obama was born in the U.S. during an interview with The Washington Post on Thursday, though his campaign insisted later that he believes that to be true.
The Democratic vice presidential nominee said many Trump backers have "transitional anxiety" over societal and economic changes, but over time "you realize...these demographic changes aren't bad."
The GOP presidential nominee was one of the loudest voices fueling the conspiracy theory against President Obama. Trump's own aides have said lately that he accepts Obama was born in the U.S.
Hillary Clinton returned to the campaign trail Thursday after spending three days at home recuperating from pneumonia.
The Trump campaign released information about the candidate's health Thursday. It shows normal test results.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump appeared on the talk show of Dr. Mehmet Oz to discuss his health records.
John Boehner is joining the board of Tobacco giant Reynolds American Inc.
The candidate also predicted that his economic plan will deliver up to 25 million new jobs over the next decade, describing it as pro-growth, pro-jobs and pro-family.
A faction of the House's most conservative lawmakers secured a deal to delay an impeachment vote in exchange for a House Judiciary Committee hearing next Wednesday.
A letter from Donald Trump's personal physician says he is in "excellent physical health" and weighs 236 pounds, which, at a height of 6'3" puts him at the high-end of what is considered overweight.
Donald Trump is attacking the Flint pastor who interrupted him during a Wednesday appearance at her church.
As candidates for president travel around the country, they often deliver the same speech, or close to it. We take a closer look at the familiar elements in a recent Clinton speech.