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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.

A bellwether is usually a state or county that signals how the whole country will go. But some look to baseball to predict the next president.

Far down the ballot, district attorney races could reshape the criminal justice system for millions of Americans by electing a more diverse slate of prosecutors.

As we count down to Election Day, NPR staffers picked some songs that best express the 2016 Election. Now send us your picks, tweet @npratc or @NPRMichel with hashtag #Electionjams.

The website I Waited 96 Years documents women born before the ratification of the 19th Amendment casting their ballots for Hillary Clinton.

For the past two years this election season has been relentless. And it turns out it's especially tough for stand up comedians. Washington, D.C. comedian Rob Maher explains.

Scott Paul and Gerald Taylor of the Alliance for American Manufacturing discuss a report on how manufacturing decline in the U.S. has left many African-American communities spiraling toward poverty.




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