Renee Montagne talks to Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg, director of the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement at Tufts University, about New Hampshire millennials.
As the presidential campaign turns to New Hampshire, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are building on momentum from Iowa. Donald Trump is trying to prove he's resilient with a return to raucous rallies.
Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are in New Hampshire coming off the heels of the Iowa caucuses — where Clinton won by the narrowest of margins.
Clinton beat Bernie Sanders by a razor-thin margin Monday night in Iowa. Some have attributed her win to an improbable lucky streak of coin tosses. Yes, coin tosses. But that's not the whole story.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, D-Fla., talks with NPR's Kelly McEvers about Monday night's Iowa caucuses, and responds to complaints that there weren't enough debates and their timing was poor.
The state-appointed emergency manager of the Detroit public schools system is calling it quits. Darnell Earley was a big target because of his job before this one — as emergency manager of Flint.
The White House is proposing more than $1 billion in new funding to fight heroin and opioid drug abuse.
NPR's Robert Siegel, reporting this week from New Hampshire, talks with Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who appears to have caught the eye of likely GOP voters there. He was also endorsed by The New York Times over the weekend. We met up with Kasich on a campaign swing through Claremont, N.H.
One day after the Iowa caucuses, the Democratic presidential candidates barnstormed New Hampshire.
A day after the Iowa caucuses, Republican presidential candidates are flooding New Hampshire hoping to make their mark ahead of next week's primary.
With the Iowa caucus a wrap, it was on to New Hampshire Tuesday for the presidential candidates.
The race in Iowa between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton is the closest in the history of the Democratic caucuses in Iowa. The close results are raising questions about exactly how candidates' support is calculated.
After Monday night's caucuses in Iowa, the presidential candidates are turning their attention to New Hampshire. NPR's Asma Khalid tells David Greene the vote on both sides will be close.
David Greene talks with All Things Considered host Robert Siegel, who's in Manchester, N.H., trying to find out how mainstream Republicans are reacting to outsider candidates.
Caucus night is over. Sen. Ted Cruz was the winner on the Republican side and Hillary Clinton pulled out victory in a very close race with Sen. Bernie Sanders. New Hampshire holds a primary next week.
A spokesman for the British singer said Adele did not give her permission to have her music played during any political campaigning.
Rubio was the surprise beneficiary of heavy GOP turnout and also made the fight for evangelicals a three-way contest. Meanwhile, Sanders won with younger voters, but not enough voted for him to win.
Donald Trump must now show his mettle as a contestant in the public arena. Everyone knows Trump can throw a punch; now we will see how well he can take one.
Gen. John Campbell, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, is set to appear before a House panel on Tuesday for what's expected to be a contentious report about the progress of the war.
Donald Trump didn't fulfill his late polling promise — finishing second to Ted Cruz in the GOP race. And Hillary Clinton barely squeezed past Bernie Sanders to claim victory on the Democratic side.