The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee talks with Steve Inskeep about the Orlando attack. Her proposals include a team "exclusively dedicated to detecting and preventing lone-wolf attacks."
How are the presidential candidates handling what happened in Orlando? Steve Inskeep and David Greene talk to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts and Denise McAllister of The Federalist.
President Obama called the Orlando shooting the most deadly in American history. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both made statements as well.
Daniel Garza, executive director of free-market advocacy group The Libre Initiative, talks about the challenge Donald Trump's candidacy is presenting to gathering Latino support for Republicans.
Former Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez, who served in the George W. Bush administration, opposes Donald Trump and will note vote for him. He is calling for more Republicans to oppose Trump.
Houston attorney Jacob Montilijo Monty is a third generation Mexican-American who is holding a fundraiser for Donald Trump this week. He thinks Donald Trump can negotiate an immigration reform deal.
Donald Trump called for the president to publicly say "radical Islamic terrorism" while President Obama and Hillary Clinton called for stricter gun control measures.
Democratic pollster Margie Omero and Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway speak to host Linda Wertheimer about Hillary Clinton's historic candidacy and how the electorate may or may not respond.
Donald Trump heads to Texas for a series of fundraisers. Key players in the state appear to be falling in line with his campaign. Gaylord Hughey is one of them, and he tells host Linda Wertheimer why.
Donald Trump's comments about a Latino federal judge have sparked discussion about racism and bias. But to many Latinos they're about historic burden.
Donald Trump has promised to deliver a speech this week that will address Bill and Hillary Clinton's scandals. Here's a breakdown of those scandals and their outcomes.
In a Facebook video posted earlier this week, Bob Poe announced that he was diagnosed with HIV 18 years ago. If he wins Florida's 10th District, he would be the first openly HIV-positive congressman.
News of Hillary Clinton's historic nomination reached Susan B. Anthony. In Rochester, visitors often leave flowers and "I Voted" stickers at Anthony's gravestone on election day.
New York Daily News columnist Shaun King and Latinovations founder Maria Cardona speak about what to expect from Democrats and Bernie Sanders supporters after Hillary Clinton's presumptive nomination.
Both presumptive presidential nominees gave speeches Friday. Hillary Clinton talked to a Planned Parenthood Action Fund meeting, while Donald Trump addressed a gathering of conservative Christians.
Correspondents, editors and producers from our newsroom share the pieces that have kept them reading, using the #NPRreads hashtag. Each weekend, we highlight some of the best stories.
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Financial Times editor Lionel Barber about the Brexit referendum, and its impact on the United Kingdom and other members of the European Union.
Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are trying to win support from female voters. Yesterday, both presumptive presidential nominees addressed groups that are important for their parties' bases.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks to senior editor Ron Elving on Hillary Clinton's presumptive nomination win and the Republican Party's division over Donald Trump's criticisms of a Mexican-American judge.
The campaign buzzword du jour seems to be "pivot," and NPR's Scott Simon is sick of it. He points out that it's more than tiresome — it can obscure the true meaning of a politician's message.