After launching his presidential campaign with promises to deport millions of immigrants in this country illegally, Donald Trump has taken positions on the issue that have confused people.
Can a single photo make a difference? For one NPR audience member — who admits she knew little of the Syrian war before last week — the answer is yes.
While both candidates diverge vastly on many issues, they also have some surprising areas of agreement.
Hillary Clinton's economic speech Thursday in Michigan is intended to be a rejoinder to Donald Trump's earlier address on the same subject in the same state.
While less than shocking by Washington standards, the latest emails between Clinton Foundation and State Department staff underscore existing concerns about Hillary Clinton's ethics and transparency.
U.S. enforcement officials said they will not change how they treat marijuana under federal drug control laws, turning aside a bid from Democratic governors to loosen restrictions on the substance.
The changes to the GOP platform also highlight a rare instance where Trump agrees with President Obama's policy.
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.
Khizr Khan gave an emotional speech at the DNC in Philadelphia. Donald Trump accused Khan of being scripted by the Clinton campaign and wondered if Ghazala Khan was unable to speak for herself.
At first glance, Friday's report on economic growth looked dismal. But most of the GDP trouble centered on weak inventory accumulation this spring. As companies restock this fall, growth may rebound.