As President Joe Biden seeks a second term in office, a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll shows that a majority of Americans are concerned about his mental fitness.
Even the Trump-era surgeon general is concerned about the repercussions for women's health, as doctors say they are reluctant to practice in states that have banned abortion.
Vice President Kamala Harris's visit to Atlanta was an early kickoff to the Biden-Harris reelection campaign and established Georgia's importance in the 2024 election cycle for Democrats.
The latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist survey finds the economy is still top of mind for Americans — and that both parties are vulnerable on different issues.
NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with Independent Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont about his latest book: It's OK to Be Angry About Capitalism.
Politicians are again pointing fingers over cutting Medicare. Any party accused of threatening the program tends to lose elections, but without a bipartisan agreement, seniors stand to lose the most.
Brazil is widening its investigations into how thousands of supporters of former president ransacked government buildings. But with Jair Bolsonaro still in Florida, Democratic lawmakers want him out.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Gov. Brian Kemp says he won't support the move by national Democrats to move Georgia's primary earlier. After two days of failed votes, Rep. Kevin McCarthy continues his bid for House Speaker.
Monday on Political Rewind: While Democrats secured Georgia's seat in the U.S. Senate, they lost important seats in the state legislature. A special panel of state Democrats weighs in on lessons learned.
Plus, the January 6th Committee could recommend criminal charges in its final meeting today.
The first Alaska Native to serve in Congress and first woman to hold Alaska's House seat, Peltola beat Republicans Sarah Palin and Nick Begich in ranked choice election results announced Wednesday.
In bid for continued Senate majority, Democrat Sen. Mark Kelly wins re-election over Trump-backed Republican candidate Blake Masters.
The seat, which flips from Republican to Democrat, was vacated by retiring GOP Sen. Pat Toomey.
For the midterm races, photographers at NPR member stations documented what happened leading up to Election Day. Take a look at what they saw.
They were competing for the seat being vacated by Republican Sen. Rob Portman, who is retiring. Vance rose to prominence after writing the memoir Hillbilly Elegy.
The last NPR survey before all votes have to be cast shows inflation continues to be the top concern for voters, and Republicans are trusted more than Democrats on the issue by 20 points.