Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, top rival to Trump, files paperwork to run for president
Ahead of an expected announcement on Twitter Space Wednesday evening, DeSantis took the official step of filing paperwork with the Federal Election Commission to run for president.
Poll: Most Americans say curbing gun violence is more important than gun rights
A year after the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, the NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll found the highest percentage in a decade said ending gun violence trumps protecting gun rights.
Slim majority wants debt ceiling raised without spending cuts, poll finds
Joe Biden and Republicans in Congress cannot agree on a path forward to avoid debt default even though Americans want to raise the debt ceiling without cutting spending, according to a new NPR poll.
More than 6 in 10 say Biden's mental fitness to be president is a concern, poll finds
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.
Trump continues lies about election and lashes out after N.Y. verdict in town hall
Trump was found liable for sexual abuse and defamation. But Trump, to be expected, dismissed all that in a CNN town hall and continued his conspiracy about the 2020 election he lost.
The political ramifications of Trump being found liable for sexual assault
The political world is reacting after a federal jury determined former President Donald Trump is liable for battery and defamation in a civil lawsuit brought by E. Jean Carroll.
There's a toxic brew of mistrust toward U.S. institutions. It's got real consequences
Republicans are lambasting Democrats' attempts at uniform ethics standards at the Supreme Court as partisan politics. It's just the latest chapter in a decline in national unity.
Poll: Republicans think Trump should be president — even if he's convicted of a crime
Rank-and-file GOP voters seem largely undeterred by the multiple criminal investigations against the former president.
Biden warns of rights under threat from Trump and 'MAGA extremists' in reelect launch
In announcing his bid in a video Tuesday, President Biden says he cast his decision to run again as a fight for personal freedoms.
Poll: Two-thirds oppose banning medication abortion
A new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds 64% oppose laws that ban medication abortion — and confidence in the Supreme Court hits a new low.