With new jobs numbers out Friday and the recent anemic growth in the GDP, NPR takes stock of the economy three months before the election.
In a rare outreach to journalists, the Democratic nominee spoke Friday at the joint convention for the National Associations of Black Journalists and Hispanic Journalists.
Donald Trump's list is heavy with successful Wall Street and real estate industry figures, but short of actual economists.
Hillary Clinton's campaign is trying to build a case that Trump is "temperamentally unfit to be president." It's a reversal of something that has long hung over female candidates.
Ahead of the November election, courts have fairly consistently struck down new voting restrictions, culminating in some big wins for civil rights forces, especially in North Carolina and Texas.
Taking a cue from Khizr Khan's speech at the Democratic National Convention, protesters held up the booklets during a Trump speech in Portland, Maine.
Several prominent Republicans endorsed Hillary Clinton this week — but crossing over during a presidential election isn't new.
NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with longtime Village Voice investigative reporter Wayne Barrett about Donald Trump's mentor and lawyer, Roy Cohn, who is said to have taught Trump the strategy of attack, counterattack and never apologize. Barrett is author of the 1991 biography of Trump, Trump: The Deals and the Downfall.
Usually foreign diplomats try to stay out of U.S. politics. But for Ukraine's ambassador to the U.S., this is a hard time to stay silent. He's worried about what Donald Trump is saying about Ukraine and Russia on the campaign trail.