It wasn't easy for Clinton to clinch the nomination — she got there by applying lessons from her failed 2008 bid and forming strong alliances with Democrats, President Obama and voters of color.
At the University of Phoenix stadium recently, Uruguay's soccer team was ready to play Mexico, standing proudly to hear their anthem. They looked disappointed when the Chilean anthem played instead.
Two California Democrats could advance to the Senate general election. And in a North Carolina race that pits conservatives against the GOP establishment, the first GOP incumbent of 2016 may lose.
Eight years ago, on the night Barack Obama was declared the "presumptive nominee," Hillary Clinton held out. But four days later, she conceded. Will Bernie Sanders come around to the same reality?
Philanthropist and art collector Paul Mellon gave the gift of art to the American people. The National Gallery of Art in Washington is honoring that gift as part of its 75th anniversary celebration.
Republicans already face a deficit with Latino voters, and comments made by Trump may have worsened his position in an important swing state: Colorado. Renee Montagne talks to California State Senator Joel Anderson about his support for presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump.
New Mexico passed a sweeping overhaul of civil asset forfeiture — the process through which police can seize suspicious assets without obtaining a conviction. Legislators say some cities' budgets are so dependent on forfeited assets that they disregarding the law.
A California judge is under fire for giving what some are calling a slap on the wrist to a former Stanford University student convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman after a frat party. The student, who was facing up to 14 years in prison, was sentenced to 6 months in county jail.
Let's take a trip to Chicago. On a prime block of Michigan Avenue stands the Fine Arts Building. Producer and violinist David Schulman takes us on an audio tour with the people who know the building the best.
New social science study examines the effects of stories on achievement. Researchers found that students perform better in science where they read stories about how famous scientists struggled rather than when they read stories about what those scientists achieved.
Local authorities will not charge the mother of the 3-year-old boy who fell into a gorilla exhibit at the Cincinnati Zoo last month. The gorilla was shot and killed by an emergency response team sent to rescue the child.
David Greene talks to Mindy Romero, director of the California Civic Engagement Project, about the distribution of the Latino vote this election cycle, and what the candidates risk losing by not appealing to them early and consistently.
In addition to Renee Montagne's conversation with former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, a Clinton supporter, Tamara Keith reports on Clinton campaign in California.
David Greene talks to the N.J. chairman of Bernie Sanders' campaign, state Assemblyman and Democratic superdelegate John Wisniewski. Sam Sanders is covering the Bernie Sanders campaign in California.
Ancient Chinese poetry and quick metaphors are the go-to rhetorical aids in the latest meet-up between American and Chinese counterparts.
Speaker Ryan is leading the effort to outline the GOP's goals after this election. The series of proposals will leave room for presumptive nominee Donald Trump to put his stamp on the party platform.
It's been nearly a year since a gunman killed nine worshippers at a historic black church in Charleston, S.C. The attack shocked the community and exposed lingering racial tension.
From inventing ways to clean water on large scales, to building the internet, to landing a science lab on Mars, we've been solving problems with big dreams made real for 240 years, says Adam Frank.
This week on Hidden Brain, Shankar talks to Google's Laszlo Bock. Insider tips and insights about what works — and what doesn't work — in recruiting, motivating, and retaining a talented workforce.