Election 2008: Money, Media & Influence NPR looks at the political process in the 2008 presidential election, including campaign finance, media coverage and the role of lobbyists.
In Calif., A Rare Look At Humboldt Squid
Ex-SEC Chief Opposes Plan To Boost Fed Powers
Eric Foner On Post-Civil War Disappointments
Talk Radio Sounds Off On Obama's Win
As Obama Emerges Winner, Polls Analyzed
Exit Polls Offer Some Early Clues
Media Compete To Offer Post-Election Analysis
Editor: Voters Are Smart So We'll Call It Early
What's Happening Where You Live?
In Chicago, A Rush For Obama Tickets
NPR Reporters Reflect On Campaign
Illegal Campaign Donations Spur Calls For Change
Obama Uses Prime-Time Ad To Make Case
Money Woes Muzzle Independent Political Groups