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Many supporters of Donald Trump say they like that he's not "politically correct." University of Pennsylvania professor Kathleen Hall Jamieson explains the attention to political correctness in 2016.

In the book The Carnival Campaign, author Ronald Shafer argues that the unsavory hallmarks of presidential campaigns actually began during the presidential contest of 1840.

There's been much discussion about the integrity of the election. Donald Trump has talked a "rigged" election and Democrats say some states are trying to keep people from voting.

The website I Waited 96 Years documents women born before the 19th Amendment was ratified, which gave women the right to vote. Now they're proud to be voting for a woman major-party nominee.

Federal prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for Dylann Roof, 22, who killed nine people during a bible study at Emanuel AME church in Charleston, S.C. in July 2015.

NPR's Rachel Martin talks to business owner Daniele Kucera, whose restaurant Etcetera Etcetera is located right between Clinton and Trump's election night party venues in midtown New York.

Alt.Latino goes mining for new sounds in the less prominent categories of this year's Latin Grammys.

Dylann Roof, the 22-year-old white man accused of killing nine black people at a Charleston, S.C. church, goes back to court on Monday.

Who is dominating the ground game in this presidential election? And will it matter on election day? NPR's Rachel Martin checks in with political strategists Karine Jean-Pierre and Rob Jesmer.

Florida may help determine the next President. The state is 25 percent Latino and a significant number of them are evangelical, but evangelical Latinos are an unpredictable voting bloc.




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