Trying to make sense of the Republican presidential nominee's trip to Mexico and his latest policy pronouncements.
Following a backlash over incendiary comments, the Republican says he is “looking at all options.”
America’s most outlandish governor offers lessons for the election of 2016.
They are required to average at least 15 percent support in select polls to get onto the nationally televised stage.
Now we can have a real debate on border security instead of babbling about something untenable: sending 11 million undocumented immigrants home.
The militant group calls the U.S. president “vile” and the “mule of the Jews.”
Federal law requires such comments to be “willful” for legal action to be taken.
Full text of Donald Trump Remarks to the Detroit Economic Club 8/8/2016
The president, who turned 55 on Thursday, seems more proud than ever of the promise of his unlikely presidency.
Can the discreet charm of Gary Johnson and Bill Weld get the Libertarians in presidential debates?
The president ripped Donald Trump, the Wizard of Id, who questioned his faith and identity.
It takes a brilliant orator to write a love letter to a woman he’s managed to dishonor in the most humiliating way. There’s only one person who could pull it off: Bill Clinton. And he did.
As character witnesses for their father, Don Jr. and Tiffany salvaged what could have been a disastrous night for the GOP.
By choosing Mike Pence, Donald Trump gives his campaign a harder ideological edge.
In a strongly worded opinion, the Court wrote that the 2013 law imposed an “undue burden” on women seeking to exercise their constitutional right to an abortion.
Sure, it’s definitely possible, but the mogul has a steeper climb than the U.K.’s Leave supporters did.
The big questions about how Americans buy and sell guns—including the controversial AR-15 rifle—are likely to be settled in the courts rather than in the still-paralyzed Congress.