David Greene talks to Rep. Keith Ellison, one of the drafters of the 2016 Democratic national platform. The Minnesota Democrat says they don't have party unity yet, but that they will get there.
Longtime Republican rule-makers are coming together to try to block the "Stop Trump" movement at the GOP's national convention in Cleveland.
Loretta Lynch says she has accepted the recommendation of the FBI and career prosecutors and is closing the investigation without bringing any charges.
It's a big improvement over his previous fundraising but still far less than his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton campaigned in Atlantic City, N.J., Wednesday, trying to draw a negative image of Donald Trump's business career and move away from the controversy over her emails.
House Speaker Paul Ryan says Hillary Clinton appears to have received preferential treatment in the investigation into her use of a private email server when she was secretary of state. FBI Director James Comey recommended Tuesday that no charges be brought against Clinton.
Dallas Fowler and her mother Carolyn Fowler are both delegates to the upcoming Democratic Convention in Philadelphia. But they are a house divided.
Donald Trump's campaign attracted a following from white supremacists, and some have directed anti-Semitic invectives at Jewish reporters and activists. One recently spoke to the public radio reporter he harassed.
President Obama announced Wednesday more U.S. troops than planned will remain in Afghanistan through the remainder of his presidency.
Once upon a time, President Obama said he wanted to pull almost all troops out of Afghanistan. That has proved way harder than he thought.
Who is the American flag for? And what does it mean when people of color choose to wave it — or not wave it? Gene and Adrian dig in.
Our favorite 2016 news and stories curated from NPR and around the web. Today, whether election analysis is too focused on the White working class and fighting to give former felons the right to vote.
The FBI director's upbraiding of Clinton's email practices would be damning for almost any presidential candidate, except possibly one running in a general election against Donald Trump.
At one point, President Obama had plans to essentially end the longest war in U.S. history. Over the past two years, Obama has changed those plans.
The FBI director said Clinton was careless in handling classified information. David Greene Hears from GOP analyst John Feehery and Democratic analyst Mo Elleithee — as well as NPR's Tamara Keith.
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe restored voting rights to more than 200,000 ex-offenders. Now, the state's Republicans are suing the governor, who they say overstepped his authority.
On Tuesday, interest rates fell again as investors around the world moved money into safe havens, such as U.S. Treasurys. The 10-year Treasury note yield closed below 1.4 percent for the first time.
Hillary Clinton flew with the president on Air Force One to North Carolina. "Everybody can tweet," Obama said. "But nobody actually knows what it takes to do the job until you've sat behind the desk."
Trump's "sheriff star" tweet marks another unforced error for the campaign, in what's become an almost constant stream of gaffes and blunders.
Former Illinois Congressman and federal judge Abner Mikva died on Monday at the age of 90. A mentor to President Obama, Mikva received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2014.