Elections workers in Phoenix test each tabulation machine in advance and transport paper ballots and machine tallies by separate teams, not over the Internet, to assure the result is accurate.
Hillary Clinton campaigned across Florida on Tuesday, a state that could effectively seal her path to 270 electoral votes if she wins it.
Donald Trump campaigned in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin on Tuesday as he tries to put states that have been leaning towards Hillary Clinton back in play.
Donald Trump's message to anyone who doubts he can win: Look at Brexit. The vote to leave the EU in June was fueled by some of the same issues that Trump is tapping.
FARC rebels are awaiting the day when they can put down their weapons. In the meantime, they've become more sedentary. Some guerrillas have gained weight from inactivity. Others are expecting babies.
The tobacco giant is supporting its first cigarette tax — 60 cents more per pack. But some health groups oppose Missouri's ballot measure, as do some education groups that would benefit from the tax.
The Sulzberger family has owned and operated the 'Times' since Adolph Ochs bought it in 1896. Deputy Publisher A.G. Sulzberger speaks with NPR's David Greene.
Protests over the North Dakota Access Pipeline continue. The head of the state Public Service Commission says that despite invitations, the tribe did not participate in its 11-month permit process.
It has been called the biggest biotech breakthrough of our time. Now, patents and Nobel prizes loom, but many scientists in many labs contributed — some that continue to toil in obscurity.
The Iraqi city has been held by ISIS for the last two years.
Some 730,000 suspected narcotics users and dealers have turned themselves in or been arrested since the president announced his war on drugs. They've overwhelmed the country's jails.
Many anti-obesity programs focus on children's diet and behavior during the school year. A new study is the latest of many that finds the weight gain comes when kids are out for summer vacation.
It's yet another puzzling decision by the law enforcement agency less than a week before Election Day, and FBI Director James Comey has a connection to this case as well.
VW introduces a new SUV, the Atlas, as the company tries to turn the page from the diesel emissions scandal. The company agreed to pay $14.7 billion to settle claims by customers and regulators.
The Syrian capital carries on with the rhythms of business as usual despite five years of war. NPR's Alison Meuse, who has been covering the war from Beirut, Lebanon, shares her impressions.
The Series has featured dominant pitching by the winning team in every contest so far. An Indians win would clinch their first Series championship in 68 years.
The U.S. Geological Survey finds the storm damaged 15 percent of sand dunes on Florida's Atlantic Coast, 30 percent along Georgia's coastline and 42 percent of the dunes on South Carolina beaches.
Overall, sedan sales in the U.S. are expected to show a drop between 6 and 8 percent. Consumers are going for SUVs and trucks instead.
Oakland is rethinking how much medical marijuana dispensaries should pay the city to operate and who gets those licenses. It's also trying to promote diversity in an industry dominated by white men.
Reporter Andrew McGill set up a fake Internet-connected toaster to see how long it would take hackers to find it. He thought it would take days, but to his surprise it was under attack within minutes.