In an interview with NPR, President Obama shares some thoughts on Donald Trump. The Republican frontrunner was also highly discussed in the latest Democratic debate.
Months after an American dentist shot and killed a beloved African lion named Cecil, the Obama administration moves to protect lions in Africa through the Endangered Species Act.
NPR explores the details of the federal spending bill that President Obama signed into law last week.
The conservative Texas Senator is building a deep network of supporters in Southern states that will vote on March 1st.
In an interview with NPR's Steve Inskeep, Obama spoke at length on the subject of identity. The question of who we are as Americans, Obama said, has been a focus since the country's founding.
He's a political spouse like no other, who has so far been confined to cameos. That will change in January, though one analyst says the best thing he can do is "stay out of the way."
The South Carolina senator has pushed a hawkish foreign policy message and has been highly critical of Donald Trump throughout the campaign.
Democratic presidential candidates engaged in their 3rd debate of the primary season. David Greene talks to Cokie Roberts and Democratic pollster Anna Greenberg, of Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research.
The president says he supports student activism at college campuses around the country, but says activists have to beware of shutting people out "because they don't like what they stand for."
President Obama tells NPR some of the anger among voters this campaign is "justified" but "misdirected."
With a Paris climate agreement just over a week old, President Obama is singling out the GOP on climate change in an interview with NPR.
NPR's wide-ranging interview with President Obama covers his strategy fighting ISIS, the 2016 elections, his legacy and the Paris climate deal.
In an interview with NPR, Obama forcefully defended his strategy against ISIS and encouraged Americans to "keep things in perspective."
The third Democratic presidential debate focused on foreign policy and national security. Do the candidates' statements on the issues check out?
The statement received widespread criticism, given that ISIS still controls lots of territory inside Syria and inspired the recent attack in San Bernardino.
Ted Cruz is spending the weekend campaigning throughout states voting on Super Tuesday, talking up how well-positioned he is in states like Iowa and New Hampshire that come earlier.
The dust-up over the data download was portrayed prior to the debate as a potential turning point for the entire campaign, or at least a good reason to watch the debate.
A day of chaos and allegations over a data breach between the Sanders and Clinton campaigns could co-opt the foreign policy-focused debate.
Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep stopped by the NPR Politics podcast to chat about balancing respect for the office with asking "the rudest question that's on your mind."
The third Democratic presidential primary is tonight in Manchester, New Hampshire. NPR White House Correspondent Tamara Keith has a preview.