Interview: The Democratic vice presidential candidate spoke with NCR about his Catholic faith's influence on his public life and finding common ground after a heated campaign.
NCR Today: Large poll leads for Clinton in important swing states can lead one to conclude that this election is over. It's not. Far from it.
Young Voices: Like the women's labor movement, perhaps the surge of women workers in the church may become a stepping stone over time towards greater equality in religious leadership.
Despite the 2015 nuclear deal, both party platforms are more belligerent toward Iran than they were four years ago.
Distinctly Catholic: Ten months later, Hillary Clinton has defeated Bernie Sanders for the nomination, and the nation is still talking about her emails.
Khizr and Ghazala Khan spoke out because the welcome they felt when they immigrated to the United States nearly four decades ago is being eroded by this year's presidential campaign.
Commentary: While running mates don't always agree, the Democratic ticket has flown to different wings within the "pro-choice" camp.
Election 2016: A Pew survey found one in 10 Catholics have heard clergy voice support or opposition for a particular candidate.
NCR Today: It can be easy to lose sight of the struggles and wounds that continue to mark the everyday existence of many residents of this nation.
NCR Today: The political conventions of 2016 are now history. They offer a study in contrasts.