2016 Presidential Campaign
Cruz returns to Capitol Hill this week, after ending his presidential bid on May 3.
Trump's suggestion about defaulting on the U.S. debt would cause a global financial crisis.
Trump raised eyebrows when he told Sunday morning news shows that he was willing to pay more in taxes and so were many other wealthy Americans.
Presumptive GOP nominee says his tax plans would be subject to negotiation with Congress.
Sanders needs to win 66 percent of remaining delegates to outpace Clinton in the race to be the Democratic nominee for president.
The Democratic front-runner sent a message of support to a transgender individual who was attacked on a New York City train.
The presumptive Republican nominee previously said Clinton’s past sexual history is “fair game” in the race.
Trump supporters are most likely to believe global warming is a fraud, that vaccines cause autism and that Hillary Clinton allowed the Benghazi attack to occur.
House Speaker likely has his own future as a candidate in mind in accepting meeting after saying Trump must do more to unify the GOP.
With Clinton the presumptive Democratic nominee, speculation turns to possible picks for vice president.
John Kasich joins the growing cause of elected Republicans who decline to support their presumptive nominee.
The influential Republican Party donor had previously been quiet about whom he would support in presidential race.
"We got work to do," the speaker of the House told CNN's Jake Tapper
"If Donald Trump is at the top of the ticket...this may be the race of my life," McCain said.
Trump is now the only GOP candidate after John Kasich ended his campaign on Wednesday.
One of these people will probably be Trump's running mate, but which one?
There is wide speculation among the media the Ohio governor will drop out of the race.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are expected to dominate Tuesday in the Hoosier State.
A look at the delegate math, and why Indiana matters
The widespread hatred of voters of the “wrong kind” is killing democracy.
Governor Terry McAuliffe's order allowing more than 200,000 ex-cons to vote is unconstitutional, the lawmakers say.
He told a rally in Indiana Sunday that China is responsible for “the greatest theft in the history of the world.”
Largely liberal California finds itself oddly relevant in the GOP nomination race, as the contenders stump for votes, delegates.
Ex-California Governor Pete Wilson endorses Cruz, who appeared with VP pick Carly Fiorina
Republican front-runner had to halt his motorcade and go through a back entrance to deliver a speech at a hotel.
Cruz, the anti-establishment crusader, wasn’t always a Washington outsider.
Cut Donald Trump to his essence, and laws, norms and constitutional constraints, taken together, are what he finds the most objectionable in human history.
Demonstrators jumped on cars, defaced signs and threw bricks outside of a Trump rally in California Thursday night.