Hillary Clinton's strong position in the presidential contest is reassuring to many of her supporters. But if she's elected, many of them worry about if she'll encounter opposition — in Congress and out of the country.
The third presidential debate was Donald Trump's last big chance to turn around a race that seems to be slipping away from him. We watched the debate with Trump supporters in rural Western North Carolina to see whether they think he accomplished what needed to be done.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Pippa Norris, director of the Electoral Integrity Project and a political scientist with the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, about eroding confidence in the U.S. electoral system, and what can be done about it.
President Obama traveled to Florida Thursday to encourage more people to sign up for Obamacare when the enrollment window opens next month. The president's signature health care law has helped cut the uninsured rate to record lows. But it's showing some cracks, and many young people are reluctant to sign up.