Donald Trump was largely laughed off when he entered the presidential race last year. But his candidacy unleashed a force in American politics that could have major consequences whether or not he wins Tuesday night.
Hillary Clinton's second run for the White House has gone a lot further than her first. On Tuesday night, she could become the first woman elected president.
Many women at Hillary Clinton's alma mater of Wellesley College are hoping to see the Democratic nominee break the ultimate glass ceiling Tuesday night in becoming the first woman elected president in the U.S.
Visiting Susan B. Anthony's grave has long been a tradition on Election Day at the Mount Hope Cemetery in Rochester, N.Y. Of course, the site takes on a special significance with Hillary Clinton's historic campaign.
The 2016 presidential campaign laid bare big divisions in the Democratic Party. The outcome of Tuesday's election will have a major impact on how those splits are addressed.
Voters in Pennsylvania, Texas and South Carolina weigh in on the end of the 2016 presidential campaign.
The 2016 campaign has left deep impressions on the identity of the Republican Party that will impact the GOP's future for years to come.
Some immigrant voters around the country just became citizens and are voting for the first time in this presidential election. They reached out to NPR's All Things Considered about their feelings on voting for the first time.
All through this election certain moments and memes online have crystallized some of the major themes of campaign 2016. NPR takes a look at some of the biggest moments and what they tell us about the current state of politics in the U.S.
One of the most gracious moments in an election season is the concession speech given by the candidate who loses the presidency.
We check in with a father and son we met during this presidential campaign season. Jim Bolin is a Republican from South Dakota. His son, Chris Bolin, is a Democrat living in Massachusetts.
Several key battleground states and Senate contests will determine the outcome of Tuesday's election.
For decades, global trade has been transforming the world's economy. But the days of explosive trade growth may be at an end. Analysts say fewer new trade agreements may be a factor in the slowdown.
With the long campaign almost at an end, the two candidates and their families head to their respective New York polling places.
On his last day on the campaign trail, Donald Trump again drew parallels to the Brexit vote in the U.K. British voters say some comparisons are valid, but many expect a different outcome at the polls.
David Greene talks to Renata Sago of member station WMFE, who's in Orlando, Fla., talking to early morning voters.
If the Washington Redskins win their last game before Election Day, the party in the White House wins another term. This has held since 1936. This year, the Redskins most recent game ended in a tie.
There's been a fair amount to admire in media coverage of Donald Trump and the 2016 race — but NPR's David Folkenflik thinks that on reflection, many journalists will feel more ambivalence than pride.
Ohio is a swing state and both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have been courting voters there. Some voters in Canton say this election is the most important of their lifetimes.
Women, Hispanics, and (surprise!) white evangelicals could all be some of the most interesting stories of the night.