Bernie Sanders supporters didn't just stay at home, they voted for Donald Trump in significant numbers last November.
A prominent actor and Donald Trump supporter resurfaced an old campaign accusation involving late Senator Robert Byrd.
In a series of tweets, Clinton condemned white supremacists for inciting violence in Charlottesville that led to the death of one person and injuries of several others.
Trump retweeted a clip from Fox News alleging that one staffer's lawyer has ties to the Clintons.
The president gained enough votes to win the White House because of a backlash against the educated class, according to the TV political analyst.
“Do not underestimate the resistance of the Democratic establishment,” Sanders told "The New Yorker."
The president went after his attorney general on Twitter and ended up taking a swipe at Ukraine and election opponent Hillary Clinton.
The president has wheeled out tweets about Clinton as news of his son's meeting with a Russian lawyer continues.
No other woman in American politics has ever risen so far.
Robby Mook, Clinton’s 2016 campaign chief, and Matt Rhoades, Romney’s 2012 campaign manager, will co-lead the initiative.
Some voters who chose Hillary Clinton in November actually wished Bernie Sanders had been the Democratic nominee.
Countless social media users wonder how great life would be like without Trump’s controversies.
President Trump had claimed on the campaign trail that Clinton's use of a private email server as secretary of state was reason alone not to elect her.
The former first lady has appeared at everything from "The Color Purple" to "Oslo" recently.
The former FBI director said former Attorney General Loretta Lynch asked him to call the probe into Clinton's email server a "matter" instead of an "investigation."
The ads, which echo Trump’s criticism of the sacked FBI director, come from one of Donald Trump’s biggest donors during the election.
A pro-Bernie Sanders supporter posted extracts from Clinton's 1996 book which suggests the convicted black people working for her were “emotional illiterates.”
In the shadow of Donald Trump, thousands of young people are gunning to resurrect the party—one district at a time.
The four-time MVP has spoken out about racism in America several times in the past.