Chances are good that the Smithsonian will soon add a 'Make America Great Again' hat and a 'Feel the Bern' shirt to its collection of political memorabilia.
Critics say Iowa and New Hampshire aren't demographically representative of the country. And, that's true. So, we've created the Perfect State Index to determine which state is a true microcosm.
The newest batch of about 1,000 emails released by the State Department includes more memos and observations from Clinton friend Sidney Blumenthal and jokes about Joe Biden abroad in China.
In Donald Trump's ongoing feud with Megyn Kelly, her looks and attire appeared to matter for some just as much as, if not more than, her mind.
In honor of the Iowa caucuses, NPR Politics has a gift for you: everything you need to know about the caucuses and this election season in one handy PDF download.
Campaigning in New Hampshire, he takes more swipes at rival Ted Cruz's eligibility to be president, calling him "an anchor baby in Canada."
The State Department will not release 37 pages of Clinton emails because they are top secret. The latest turn in the controversy of her private email server comes days before the Iowa caucuses.
"The really important thing to remember about Iowa is not that it's first because it's important. Iowa is important because it's first," said one political columnist.
With only a few days until the Iowa caucuses, NPR Politics discusses big moments from the latest Republican debate and what it's like to knock on doors with the Clinton and Sanders campaigns.
We hear excerpts of speeches by the two leading Democratic presidential candidates as they give their closing arguments to Iowa voters.
Republican presidential candidates had their final debate before the Iowa caucuses Thursday night. NPR's fact-checking team takes a closer look at some of the claims the candidates made.
We hear excerpts of speeches by the three Republicans leading in Iowa as they give their closing arguments to Iowa voters.
The government is proposing to require employers to report pay data by race, gender and ethnicity. The president is using executive power to make the rule change, which is set to take effect in 2017.
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with our regular political commentators, E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post and Brookings Institution and David Brooks of The New York Times about the week's political news.
NPR checks in with Iowa voters ahead of their state's caucuses, the first nominating contest of the presidential election, on Monday.
Donald Trump remained the focal point for many debate questions and responses. He also did well on social media, scoring more Google searches and Twitter/Facebook mentions than debate participants.
The State Department faces another deadline to publish emails from Clinton's time as secretary of State. The FBI continues to investigate her use of a personal server while at the State Department.
Why are so many voters anxious and angry? Carrie Kaufman, host of the daily call-in show State of Nevada on member station KNPR talks to Steve Inskeep about the answers she heard from listeners.
Trump took the stage 15 minutes after the debate began — clearly looking to steal the audience away from Fox News. Trump says the event raised millions for veterans.
Sen. Ted Cruz, who was leading in the polls in Iowa until Trump subjected him to a barrage of attacks, is hoping Trumps decision to boycott the debate turns out to be a big mistake.