As the polls have tightened, some political analysts are pointing fingers at millennial voters. But is that fair? Millennials support Clinton more than any other age group.
A U.S. official says Jordanian soldiers fired at the service members as they approached a Jordanian military training facility. It wasn't immediately clear why the soldiers fired at the vehicle.
This election season gifted the American public with a seemingly never-ending supply of scandals. We discuss with NPR's Eric Deggans.
Anurudh Ganesan and Hannah Herbst speak with Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson about their inventions and what motivates them to help others.
NPR's Marilyn Geewax discusses why minimum wage has become a major issue for voters — especially in two key swing states.
A study shows how discrimination in housing and transportation has replicated itself in the new "sharing economy" apps like Uber. And as with the old economy, bias is sometimes hard to see up close.
Here's a quick roundup of some of the mini-moments you may have missed on this week's Morning Edition.
Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni, former allies of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, were found guilty in federal court. The officials were accused of shutting down bridge lanes for political retribution.
Republican incumbent Rep. Carlos Curbelo is vying for his seat against Democrat Joe Garcia in the state's 26th Congressional District.
The Labor Department's latest jobs report shows that average hourly earnings have risen by 2.8 percent since last year, outpacing inflation. Economists say that will boost consumer spending.
Those races could have a big impact on what Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump is able to accomplish as president.
Former top aide Bridget Kelly and onetime Port Authority Deputy Executive Director Bill Baroni have been found guilty on all nine counts related to the Bridgegate scandal.
The pianist plays his original tune "Portrait Of John Lewis" and duets with Marian McPartland at the 2002 Tanglewood Jazz Festival.
Sharbat Gula, known for her piercing green eyes and arresting stare, has spent most of her life living outside Afghanistan. Now, a judge has ordered her to return there.
The fungus Candida auris has infected hospitalized patients with weakened immune systems or other serious conditions. Four of the seven patients died, but it's unclear if the fungus was the cause.
Jeff Nichols' new film tells the story of Mildred and Richard Loving, the Virginia couple at the center of the 1967 Supreme Court decision legalizing interracial marriage.
Suicide rates for U.S. middle school students have been steadily rising — doubling from 2007-14, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Women prefer Clinton by about the same amount that men prefer Trump, and it could lead to the widest gulf between the sexes since at least the 1950s.