Donald Trump's increased claims that the presidential election is "rigged" — and hints that he may not accept its final results — go against political norms that have been in place for the bulk of American history.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Joe Biden about the latest report on the cancer moonshot initiative, the state of the presidential race, and possible U.S. retaliation for Russian hacking.
New documents released by the FBI have many Republicans calling for further investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails.
Democrat Tim Kaine became the first candidate on a major-party White House ticket to deliver a speech in Spanish. He spoke at a church in Miami Sunday.
Presidential contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have very different views on energy and climate change. In our series, What's The Issue, we find out just how much they differ.
The third and final presidential debate will be held on Wednesday in Las Vegas. David Greene talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts and Mollie Hemingway, senior editor at The Federalist.
They're both foundations, and they've both become political liabilities for the major presidential candidates. But beyond that, the Clinton and Trump foundations have remarkably little in common.
"Violence has no place in our society — but especially in our elections," Gov. Pat McCrory said. His response comes in the wake of an apparent arson attack on a party county headquarters.
Independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin is near the top of the presidential polls in Utah. He talks about his background and why he's running a long-shot campaign.
With just over three weeks until Election Day, Dr. Michael McDonald, an associate professor of political science at the University of Florida, discusses early voting patterns in 2016.
Dallas pastor Robert Jeffress discusses why he's supporting the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and how his church is navigating the election.
Pastor Max Lucado of Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas wrote earlier this year that Donald Trump fails the "decency" test. He discusses leaked audio of Trump and concerns of evangelical voters.
The Republican chair of the House Oversight committee said just-released FBI files show allegations of a "quid pro quo" between the FBI and State Department. The FBI flatly denies the allegations.
Donald Trump has been talking of a "rigged election" as his running mate and other GOP leaders speak more cautiously about the electoral process.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks to Joseph Garcia of the Morrison Institute for Public Policy at Arizona State University about how the 2016 Presidential race has become remarkably competitive in Arizona — an historically Republican stronghold.
Ohio has long been considered the ultimate bellwether — and it's one of the most contested battleground states in the country. As Hillary Clinton pulls ahead in other key states, we'll look at why the race continues to be so tight there.
Both campaigns are using the last three weeks of the presidential race to make their case to the American people. It's time for closing arguments. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Mara Liasson.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks to Maine Public, Chief Political Correspondent of Maine Public about Donald Trump's effort to court voters in Maine's 2nd Congressional District, which might be won by a Republican nominee for the first time since 1988.
How do you unplug from politics in this heated election season? That's a question we put to tourists in front of the White House this weekend.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Jim Galloway of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution about the state of the 2016 presidential election in Georgia, where the race has grown closer than had expected.