2016 Presidential Campaign
The Democratic senator from Massachusetts borrows a line from Hillary Clinton in her latest attack on Trump.
Trump looks ready to accept the Kochs’ money—but Charles Koch warns he still doesn’t like Trump.
Clinton celebrated her presumptive role as the first woman in U.S. history to capture the nomination for a major party.
Clinton encourages immediate unity in the Democratic Party to defeat Donald Trump in the general election.
Tuesday effectively will mark the end of the presidential primary season.
The new photos and audio show Clinton as a graduating college senior.
Protesters burned a “Make America Great Again” hat and threw eggs at a Trump supporter Thursday night.
California arguably is ideal ground for Hillary Clinton to call out Bernie Sanders for his gun-voting record.
The president takes aim at Trump, calling his plans “a fantasy” and “logistically impossible.”
The for-profit “university” bilked students out of $40 million, New York’s attorney general says.
Socially liberal and fiscally conservative libertarians comprise the single-largest ideological voting bloc, according to Gallup.
Forty-one groups received $5.6 million from Trump, he said.
Sanders' anti-establishment voters are crucial to Clinton's chances of winning a general election.
“After years of asking people to vote I wont [sic] abstain,” Rubio tweeted on Friday.
With a small number of formerly unpledged delegates throwing their support behind Trump, he has 1,238 delegates, one more than needed to clinch the nomination.
Benghazi! Emailgate! Monica Lewinsky!
The likely Democratic nominee also discussed both her Republican and Democratic opponents on the show Wednesday.
Donald Trump likely will win the majority of the state’s 44 delegates, but won’t definitively secure the nomination yet.