The first real votes of the 2016 presidential election are rolling in tonight. We mark the occasion with questions, answers, links to NPR's coverage — and a walk down memory lane.
GOP front-runner Donald Trump, upset over his treatment by Fox News and by top anchor Megyn Kelly, is boycotting the final debate ahead of the Iowa caucuses.
Aung San Suu Kyi, the leader of the National League for Democracy party, is confident of her party's victory in the historic election.
Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper could be ousted by liberal Justin Trudeau, son of the iconic late Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.
Ryan Shepard doesn't have a media relations office or a slick-tongued press secretary, but he's as much a candidate, officially, as Ted Cruz.
The movement's slow, strategic approach is a necessity in a country where one party controls almost every seat in parliament, journalists are routinely jailed and rallies are broken up by police.
In Liberia's capital, Ebola precautions are easing and people are gathering again in crowds to hear speeches for upcoming elections. But some say it's too early for Liberia to let its guard down.
It seems that every politician has an opinion about the virus. Do you know which public figure made which statement?
House Republicans were hoping for a smooth two weeks before hitting the campaign trial, but a request to arm Syrian rebels has muddled that, as well as the one bill that must pass before they leave.