David Greene talks with All Things Considered host Robert Siegel, who's in Manchester, N.H., trying to find out how mainstream Republicans are reacting to outsider candidates.
Caucus night is over. Sen. Ted Cruz was the winner on the Republican side and Hillary Clinton pulled out victory in a very close race with Sen. Bernie Sanders. New Hampshire holds a primary next week.
A spokesman for the British singer said Adele did not give her permission to have her music played during any political campaigning.
Rubio was the surprise beneficiary of heavy GOP turnout and also made the fight for evangelicals a three-way contest. Meanwhile, Sanders won with younger voters, but not enough voted for him to win.
Donald Trump must now show his mettle as a contestant in the public arena. Everyone knows Trump can throw a punch; now we will see how well he can take one.
Gen. John Campbell, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, is set to appear before a House panel on Tuesday for what's expected to be a contentious report about the progress of the war.
Donald Trump didn't fulfill his late polling promise — finishing second to Ted Cruz in the GOP race. And Hillary Clinton barely squeezed past Bernie Sanders to claim victory on the Democratic side.
Iowa voters took the first step in choosing a new president Monday. Republicans in the state chose Texas Sen. Ted Cruz over Donald Trump. And Hillary Clinton won over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
In Iowa, David Greene follows up with two voters who supported Donald Trump and Marco Rubio, the second and third-place finishers in Monday's Republican caucuses.
Sen. Ted Cruz won the Republican caucuses in Iowa, turning out his base of evangelical supporters and delivering Donald Trump a loss during his first time being judged by voters.
Based on the results of Monday's caucuses, Clinton received 699.57 state delegate equivalents, to Sanders 695.49. The race moves to New Hampshire, where the state holds a primary on Tuesday.
In tiny Earlham, Iowa, friends and neighbors are passionate about their candidates but keep the debate civil.
Ted Cruz upended Donald Trump; Marco Rubio finished a strong third; and Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton remain locked in a fight to the finish with Clinton a sliver ahead.
The former Arkansas governor is suspending his presidential campaign after a disappointing Iowa finish.
After a disappointing finish in the Iowa caucuses, the former Maryland governor is ending his Democratic presidential campaign.
Iowa voters began gathering for the start of the caucuses Monday night. NPR reports from a Republican caucus site in Urbandale, Iowa.
Critic Bob Mondello has never been to Iowa, but he learned a lot about the state from The Music Man. The classic American musical follows a travelling salesman who finds himself in River City, Iowa.
After absorbing countless political ads, phone calls, text messages and door knockers, Iowa voters finally have their say Monday night. NPR explores the impact these voters may have on the campaign.
Iowa voters weigh in ahead of Monday night's caucus, which is the first contest of the 2016 presidential race.
NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel about the debate on national security in the 2016 presidential race.