November 28th @ 10:01 AM GMT
NPR Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan says Democrats have lost a connection to working-class voters in the Midwest. Ryan is challenging the woman he considers a mentor, Nancy Pelosi, for leadership of House Democrats. (Politics)
November 28th @ 10:01 AM GMT
NPR An effort led by Green Party candidate Jill Stein to recount votes is moving ahead in Wisconsin, as Donald Trump's deliberations over who to pick as secretary of state has turned into a public feud. (Politics)
November 28th @ 10:01 AM GMT
NPR Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan says Democrats have lost a connection to working-class voters in the Midwest. Ryan is challenging the woman he considers a mentor, Nancy Pelosi, for leadership of House Democrats. (Politics)
November 28th @ 10:01 AM GMT
NPR Steve Inskeep talks to Mollie Hemingway, senior editor at <em>The Federalist</em> magazine, about the dispute inside the GOP. Should President-elect Donald Trump name Mitt Romney as his secretary of State? (Politics)
November 28th @ 1:17 AM GMT
NPR The comment from the president-elect claiming widespread voter fraud appears to have come from a right-wing website that has frequently promoted conspiracy theories. (Politics)
November 26th @ 7:38 PM GMT
NPR The Clinton camp also said it is ''fully aware'' that the outcome of the election is unlikely to change. (Politics)
November 26th @ 10:00 AM GMT
NPR Voter turnout tends to be higher in battleground states, as well as those with same-day registration. These charts show what that relationship looks like. (Politics)
November 25th @ 9:32 PM GMT
NPR NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to <em>Washington Post</em> reporter Craig Timberg about the role of Russian propaganda and the flood of ''fake news'' this election season. (Politics)
November 25th @ 9:32 PM GMT
NPR Jill Stein, the Green Party candidate for president this year, has pledged to request recounts in swing states that Donald Trump narrowly won. Stein claims it's an effort to ensure the integrity of the results. But experts say there's no evidence of hacking or other irregularities. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Shane Harris, correspondent for <em>The Daily Beast</em>. (Politics)
November 25th @ 9:32 PM GMT
NPR NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with our regular political commentators, E.J. Dionne of <em>The Washington Post</em> and Brookings Institution and David Brooks of <em>The New York Times</em>. They discuss what a Trump presidency could look like based on his cabinet appointments thus far, and whether Democrats have a geography problem, given that Hillary Clinton now has a lead of around 2 million votes over Donald Trump. (Politics)