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Conservative radio host Chris Buskirk talks about Republican voter turnout and how the results of the 2018 midterm election may help or hurt President Trump in the coming years.
Democrats have promised to provide a check and balance to President Trump. At the same time, Republicans will still have the Senate and all the power of the White House.
Noel King talks to Democrat Deb Haaland, one of two Native-American women elected to Congress this election, about what she hopes to accomplish and the face of the political landscape.
Wisconsin voted twice for Barack Obama and then for Donald Trump. Republicans dominated state-level politics there for years. Is there a political shift in the Badger State?
Noel King talks to Attica Locke, a novelist and writer for the TV show Empire, who says she's looking for signs that her country respects people who are different from each other.
Steve Inskeep talks to Ed Stetzer, who directs the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College in Illinois, about how Evangelicals voted in midterms. In 2016, they helped turn the tide for Donald Trump.
Noel King talks to NPR political editor Domenico Montanaro and former White House adviser Marc Lotter about the consequences of the midterm election results for President Trump.
Noel King talks to Max Boot, author of The Corrosion of Conservatism: Why I left the Right, who offers his take on the status of the Republican Party after Tuesday's midterm elections.
Steve Inskeep talks to NPR's Domenico Montanaro and Tom Perez, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, about Democrats taking control of the House and Republicans keeping the Senate.
Steve Inskeep talks to Karine Jean-Pierre, senior adviser and national spokesperson for the progressive advocacy group MoveOn.org, about voter turnout and how Democrats fared in the midterms.
Steve Inskeep talks to Democratic consultant Robby Mook and conservative commentator Scott Jennings about the biggest takeaways from Tuesday's election for each party.
The midterm elections have delivered a divided Congress — with the Republicans building on their majority in the Senate, and the Democrats taking control of the House of Representatives.
The holiday-inspired chips feature turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie flavors. Pringles, which is owned by Kellogg's, said those were the three most popular of the eight flavors it tried out.
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas prevailed over Democratic challenger Beto O'Rourke Tuesday night. During a speech to supporters, O'Rourke dropped an f-bomb.
The days of political gerrymandering could be numbered. Steve Inskeep talks to Dave Daley of FairVote, which advocates for non-partisan redistricting.
An Iowa woman made it to the polls on Election Day despite spending the night in the ER. A North Carolina woman continued a tradition started by her mother.
Steve Inskeep talks to Jeff Weaver, manager of the 2016 presidential campaign for Senator Bernie Sanders, about how the progressive wing of the Democrats fared in the midterms.
Election night brought some power shifts to Kansas. A Democrat won the governor's race while another flipped a congressional seat.
Pope Francis is facing rising criticism from conservative American Catholics who feel emboldened by the clerical sex abuse scandals.
In Georgia, Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp is leading former state lawmaker Stacey Abrams in the race for governor. Early Wednesday Abrams vowed not to concede until every vote was counted.