Kaine, a U.S. Senator and former governor of Virginia, was announced Friday night as presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's running mate.
Distinctly Catholic: The evident aim of the first night of the Republican National Convention was to scare the American people. It worked, but not how organizers may have intended.
Part 2 of 2: E.J. Dionne, columnist for The Washington Post, also discusses the working class, and bishop opposition to the Affordable Care Act.
NCR Today: As women assume top leadership roles in the political life of major nations in the Western world, shouldn't the Vatican begin moving in the same direction?
Distinctly Catholic: A flurry of recent polls show that the presidential race between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton has become a toss-up.
A new survey found 77 percent of registered Hispanic Catholic voters would vote for or lean toward voting for Hillary Clinton, compared to 16 percent supporting Donald Trump.
A new Pew Research Center poll finds that 78 percent of white evangelical voters would vote for Donald Trump if the election were held today.
Distinctly Catholic: At the first joint campaign event with Sen. Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton vowed to pursue several of the policies he supported, and she specifically mentioned the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
NCR Today: It is difficult to find someone who can truly provide a balanced view of the significance of Hillary Clinton's actions while serving as Secretary of State.
Part 1 of 2: NCR's Michael Sean Winters and E.J. Dionne, columnist for The Washington Post, discuss presidential politics.