Steve Inskeep talks to Jeffrey Goldberg, who dives deep into President Obama's eight years in a cover story for The Atlantic magazine.
Among Bernie Sander's most high-profile supporters are Ben and Jerry — that is, Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, the millionaire co-founders of the ice cream company Ben & Jerry's.
This week's Democratic primaries made one thing clear: the contest between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders isn't over yet. The two faced off in Miami in a debate that focused on immigration policy.
Parents worry the name calling, sexual innuendos and racial threats send the wrong message to children. Teachers say they're trying to make it a teachable moment, on how not to debate.
After Hillary Clinton's loss in Michigan, what are her supporters thinking about her chances in similar states which hold primaries next week? David Greene talks to Rep. Cheri Bustos of Illinois.
Said one observer, "Some sitting members of Congress woke up the next morning after these maps had been released and went, 'oh boy, I don't even live in the district now.'"
In Miami and on Univision, the eighth Democratic debate focused heavily on issues important to Latinos.
Tonight's debate comes as the Vermont senator is basking in an upset win in Michigan on Tuesday night. But the former secretary of state still has a big delegate lead.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke with NPR's Ari Shapiro.
The tests may violate a U.N. Security Council resolution barring Iran from test-firing missiles capable of carrying nuclear weapons. Iran says the missiles aren't designed for nukes.
As Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton meet in Miami tonight, questions over electability, delegates and enthusiasm are bound to come up.
President Obama is said to be interviewing candidates to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
Sanders won Michigan's primary in a stunning upset to Clinton. Sanders exposed Clinton's weaknesses among working class voters on trade issues and delivered on his promise to win with black voters.
Every major poll of the Michigan Democratic primary showed Hillary Clinton with a big lead over Bernie Sanders. NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks to Harry Enten, senior analyst at FiveThirtyEight, about why those polls proved to be so wrong on primary day.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich faces a make-or-break Republican primary in his home state next week. He was expected to come in second against Donald Trump in Michigan's primary last night but came in a close third. NPR talks with Kasich and his supporters in Columbus.
Money is flooding in to produce and buy TV time for anti-Donald Trump ads. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Elizabeth Wilner, senior vice president of Kantar Media Ad Intelligence, about how effective the anti-Trump ads were for Tuesday's primaries.
After defeating Hillary Clinton by a hair in the Michigan primary, Bernie Sanders will debate his rival in Miami on Wednesday night.
Donald Trump pushed back against attacks on his business prowess this week, showing off examples of Trump-branded water, wine and steaks. But Trump's own ties to those products may not be as strong as he suggested.
Sanders has a steep hill to climb to win enough delegates in the presidential primary. But he doesn't seem deterred, telling NPR, "I am used to climbing steep hills."
Trump Water, Trump magazine, Trump Steaks. So much Trump and all on stage after his wins in Michigan, Mississippi and Hawaii Tuesday night. But almost none of them actually are Trump.