"I know that just by saying all these things together, I may upset some people," Clinton said this week as she tries to validate the concerns of police and groups like Black Lives Matter.
Four years after the the Koch political network spent heavily to back Republican nominee Mitt Romney, it's now spending millions to save the GOP Senate majority from their own presidential candidate.
Just over two months after Manafort was brought on to bring some structure to Donald Trump's presidential bid, the Washington insider has resigned from the campaign.
The Republican nominee is finally going up on air with TV ads. His first spot — airing in Ohio, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Florida — focuses on security, specifically immigration.
Hillary Clinton met with law enforcement leaders this week. The Democratic nominee has been balancing an embrace of both the police and those critical of police practices in minority communities.
Donald Trump, amid a campaign shake-up, expressed "regret" to his supporters Thursday night in Charlotte, N.C., for some of the more unscripted moments throughout his presidential run.
What's behind Russia's apparent hacking into the Democratic National Committee — and what could it gain by meddling in the U.S. election? "It's all about Hillary Clinton," says a Russian journalist.
In his first speech since reorganizing his top campaign staff, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said he regrets sometimes saying the "wrong thing."
The Republican nominee has landed in controversy after controversy. Thursday night, after shaking up his campaign, Trump acknowledged regret for sometimes causing "pain" with his words.
The former president told staff he'll step down from the board of the Clinton Foundation and it would stop accepting money from corporate and foreign sources, if Hillary Clinton wins the election.
The Koch network and some other conservative groups are redirecting their efforts from supporting Donald Trump to sending a lifeline to endangered Republican senators and representatives.
Donald Trump has become well known for his shoot-from-the-hip tweeting style. Lots of insults, lots of rants and lots of energy. Data scientists who have examined all of Trump's tweets over time found he has some very clear Twitter strategies and tactics that, in many ways, have been working.
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Joshua Green, senior national correspondent for Bloomberg Businessweek, about his cover story regarding Steve Bannon. He talks about how Bannon, executive chairman of Breitbart News, plans to salvage the Trump campaign.
A new study from Pew found that while people of color regularly see and share content on social media about race, white people rarely do.
National monument designations that bypass Congress are hugely controversial. In this presidential election year, the politics in a state like Nevada are even more sensitive.
This year, Bill Clinton and Melania Trump submitted recipes to Family Circle magazine's presidential cookie competition — though some say the whole idea is antiquated.
The rural-urban split in this year's presidential vote is shaping up to be much bigger than in 2012.
An online volley of theories says that stools, stumbles and pillows are evidence that Hillary Clinton is in poor health.
Donald Trump named a conservative media provocateur to lead his campaign — in the third major shakeup during the election season. David Greene talks to senior Trump adviser Boris Epshteyn.
Senate Republicans are bracing for down-ballot losses that are likely to cost the party their Senate majority this year.