Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won big, while Ted Cruz choked. The Bernie Sanders campaign called the election process "shameful," with long lines and thousands of voters dropped from the rolls.
Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker says the United States will join other nations in trying to curb China's steel output. Chinese steelmakers are overproducing, hurting prices and jobs, she says.
A year ago, 25-year-old Freddie Gray died of injuries he sustained while in police custody. His family, neighborhood and the whole of Baltimore are still grappling with his loss.
The last best chance to stop Trump or Clinton may well be next week, April 26, when Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Delaware hold the next-to-last round of multi-state primaries.
Hillary Clinton stopped Bernie Sanders' winning streak by capturing New York's Democratic primary. For insight into the results, David Greene talks to civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton.
Donald Trump won big in Tuesday's primary — securing at least 89 delegates. David Greene talks to Carl Paladino, a Buffalo businessman, who is an honorary co-chairman of Trump's New York campaign.
The presidential race heads next to Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Connecticut and Rhode Island. Those states vote on Tuesday, and look favorable to front-runners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Primary voters in New York were very good to the front-runners of both parties. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were big winners — helping both in their efforts to clinch their party's nomination.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton were the big winners in New York's primary. David Greene talks to Democratic pollster Margie Omero and Republican pollster Jim Hobart.
Catch up with interviews of special guests from NPR's New York primary night coverage, hosted by Scott Detrow.
The presidential candidates await results in the New York primaries. NPR has the latest on what we know so far about the results.
The polls have closed in the New York Democratic and Republican primaries. NPR has the latest from Clinton and Trump headquarters.
Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are looking for a boost from the state they now call home to help cement their front-runner status with big wins in tonight's New York primaries.
Mayor Bill De Blasio said the perception of irregularities "undermines the integrity of the entire electoral process and must be fixed."
Bernie Sanders says one of his first acts as president would be to begin the process of breaking up big banks. But there's a problem: The president doesn't really have any direct authority to do so.
It's one of the more unexpected patterns in this year's election data...but why is it happening?
Presidential front-runners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are hoping to solidify their leads in New York Tuesday, and an upset in either contest could have dramatic consequences.
With the New York primary underway, NPR checks in with a reporter in far upstate New York to see what voters there are thinking on this primary day.
New York voters have their chance to determine the direction of the presidential race in their state's contests Tuesday.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Haley Barbour, the former governor of Mississippi and former chairman of the Republican National Committee, about the state of the Republican Party.