Hillary Clinton campaigned in North Carolina Tuesday on the heels of her first debate with Donald Trump.
Hillary Clinton is feeling confident after the first presidential debate, while Donald Trump tried to clean up some gaffes from Monday night.
Hillary Clinton is counting on major support from millennials in November. But so far, that generation hasn't been as enthusiastic about her as they were for Barack Obama. NPR explores whether Monday night's debate had any effect on millennials.
Voters' minds are stubborn, and politicians habitually spout falsehoods. That doesn't mean fact-checking is a failure, though.
Robby Mook, the campaign manager for Hillary for America, joins David Greene the morning after the first presidential debate to discuss Hillary Clinton's performance.
Donald Trump followed up Monday's debate by insulting a former Miss Universe winner. He told a morning show that Alicia Machado "gained a massive amount of weight, and it was a real problem."
On this occasion, the often dour Clinton gave way to beaming smiles and occasional chuckles. Trump had just one salient objective — to project a calm and presidential air — yet struggled with it.
Steve Inskeep follows up with a set of voters in the swing state of Georgia. The morning after the presidential debate, he asks whether their opinions of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have changed.
David Greene talks to Boris Epshteyn, senior adviser to Donald Trump's campaign from Hofstra University, the setting for Monday night's debate. The debate was lively and often combative.
Steve Inskeep is in Atlanta and follows up with a set of voters in the battleground state of Georgia. The morning after the debate, he asks whether their opinions of the nominees have shifted.
The morning after the first presidential debate, David Greene talks to retired Air Force Gen. John Douglass, who says Donald Trump doesn't have the experience or temperament to be president.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton discussed a wide range of issues during Monday night's debate, but some of their statements require a bit more context than they may have provided.
David Greene talks to Boris Epsteyn, senior adviser to Donald Trump's campaign from Hofstra University, the setting for Monday night's debate. The debate was lively and often combative.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton wrapped up their first debate Monday night in Hempstead, N.Y. It was a fast-paced 90 minutes with Trump often interrupting Clinton and speaking over her answers.
NPR annotated the first presidential debate debate with fact check, analysis and context.
Many predicted an enormous audience for the first Clinton-Trump presidential debate.
In a contentious debate, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton clashed on the economy, taxes and terrorism.
NPR reporters and editors are live annotating Monday night's debate. Read the latest fact check, analysis and context here.
Amid a tightening race, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are set to face off beginning at 9 p.m. ET for the first of three presidential debates.
Our Politics Podcast team takes questions from listeners before Monday night's first presidential debate.