NPR's Robert Siegel talks to young Republicans at the Republican National Convention about the future of their party and their place in it.
Donald Trump takes the stage Thursday night for the climax of the Republican National Convention. But the drama of rival Ted Cruz's speech the night before — and his decision not to endorse Trump — is still reverberating.
The Republican Party has a black voter problem. African-Americans attending the GOP Convention in Cleveland are hoping Donald Trump can attract more of them.
As Republicans made overtures to Latinos inside the convention hall, protesters outside denounced what they said was Donald Trump's racism.
A lawmaker asks if non-whites have contributed to civilization. Accusations that a white woman stole remarks from a black woman. An exceedingly tiny number of black delegates. And more from the RNC.
The morning after Ted Cruz was booed by the crowd at the Republican convention, he defended his decision not to endorse Trump.
The reports from the Clinton committees put her in better financial shape than either President Obama or challenger Mitt Romney in 2012. Trump's fundraising has improved but still lags Clinton's'.
Oh, and then there was her rendition of Beyonce's "Single Ladies," complete with the moves.
Donald Trump caps a chaotic Republican National Convention Thursday night. Other speakers include his daughter, Ivanka, and tech giant Peter Thiel
From his early days in real estate, Donald Trump has used his celebrity status to enhance his brand, including a 1990 Playboy cover appearance. Now, he's set to accept the GOP presidential nomination.
Pence signed into law some of the tightest abortion rules in the U.S., and was slow to respond to Indiana's heroin and HIV crises, critics say. But he compromised with Obama to expand Medicaid.
The high-stakes of the Donald Trump-Ted Cruz brinksmanship brought to the flashpoint all the anger and tension pent up in the GOP convention over three days — and in the party over several decades.
Amid the horrors and divisions of 1968, Americans weren't as polarized as they are today. Nixon was making an appeal to a nation still hoping for a solution to its seemingly endless catastrophes.
Phil Wright, of the Utah Republican Party, on Ted Cruz; analysis from ex-Bush administration official Sara Fagen, and NPR's Scott Detrow. Youth Radio's Phoebe Petrovic on balloon drop preparations
Steve Inskeep parses Wednesday night convention speeches with NPR's Scott Detrow and former Bush White House political director Sara Fagan. And, NPR's Sarah McCammon has a profile of Donald Trump.
Steve Inskeep talks to Susan Klein, a Missouri delegate who supports Ted Cruz, and to Jerry Falwell Jr., president of Liberty University and one of the first evangelical leaders to endorse Trump.
Some of the biggest speakers of the Republican convention came out Wednesday, including Donald Trump's vice presidential pick Mike Pence. Pence made his debut after Ted Cruz was booed off the stage.
In the halls of the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, there was shock and disappointment from some in the Texas delegation. But others said Cruz did exactly what Donald Trump would have wanted.
There is expected to be "severe blowback" without an endorsement, per a convention source.
"Our party now has a nominee," Cruz said. As if on cue, the billionaire businessman's plane emblazoned with "TRUMP" across the side flew overhead to land nearby.