The day before American voters go to the polls, Steve Inskeep talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts and Fox News host Tucker Carlson.
Hillary Clinton retains a broad, consistent and shallow lead over Donald Trump in battleground states. If her Blue Wall of states leaning her direction holds, she wins. If not, anything can happen.
Move over, epidurals, here comes nitrous oxide. After enjoying popularity in the U.S. for managing labor pain until the mid-20th century, it was dropped in favor of anesthesia. Now it's back.
Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni, former allies of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, were found guilty in federal court. The officials were accused of shutting down bridge lanes for political retribution.
Ammon Bundy's Oregon trial ended in an acquittal, and now his followers are back with fervor saying government constitutionally does not have the right to the Western lands. But scholars disagree.
Though worlds apart politically, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will spend election night in near-shouting distance of each other.
With booths that seat one diner, facing the wall, the ramen chain Ichiran has been drawing huge crowds of people eager to eat alone. The only sound inside is the slurping of noodles.
It's a tale as old as time: Father is conservative, daughter is liberal — and family gatherings almost always descend into bickering. Cue StoryCorps for a little election-season family therapy.
The civil rights icon is working to get out the black vote for the Democratic candidate.
Donald Trump is making his final appeal to voters — and that includes Latinos. A.J. Delgado, the child of Cuban immigrants, works for the Trump campaign. Delgado speaks with NPR's Steve Inskeep.
The fighting will intensify as troops move into the inner parts of the Iraqi city, says Maj. Gen. Gary Volesky, commander of the 101st Airborne Division. He speaks with NPR's Steve Inskeep.
Economists expect the report to show about 175,000 new jobs created last month.
On a route connecting the liberal inner city with conservative suburbs, the political landscape runs the spectrum. But many along the way hold similar frustrations with the election.
Democrats claim that the Republican National Committee is violating a 1982 consent decree by working with the Trump campaign to intimidate minority voters. The GOP denies the claim.
North Carolina's most prosperous area is experiencing a housing boom, and population is on the rise. But voters here say it's more than just economic issues that will determine their vote next week.
Some top members of the House Freedom Caucus, like Rep. Dave Brat of Virginia, are looking past Tuesday's election and thinking about what they want the next Congress to focus on.
U.S. officials say an invasion of ISIS's de facto capital could start even while the Iraqi-led offensive against Mosul is underway. But now a diplomatic row may postpone the attack.
Bertie County in North Carolina has the lowest median income in the state. One resident says she'd vote for anyone who would raise the minimum wage, but another thinks Hillary Clinton is too arrogant.
Conscientious objector Desmond Doss became a World War II hero during one of the bloodiest battles of the Pacific theater. Now he's the subject of a new film directed by Mel Gibson.
In a surprise ruling, a British court has ruled that the government cannot trigger Article 50 — departure from the EU — without the approval of Parliament. The government is expected to appeal.