All of the network’s prime-time shows have gleefully discussed reopening a case that was closed last year by the FBI.
Haim and Cheryl Saban were the biggest financial supporters of Clinton's campaign.
FBI officials have reportedly said that parts of the testimony given by the agency's director to a Senate committee last week were inaccurate.
Clinton said she was expecting Trump to respond on Twitter and that she was happy “to be the diversion” that stopped him from “interfering in foreign affairs.”
Russia's top lawmakers found much to criticize in Trump's self-assessment of his record so far.
These Hillary Clinton supporters born before suffrage lived through the Great Depression, World War II, the fight for civil rights. Now, they face Trump.
While most did not expect the Bernie Sanders or Donald Trump phenomena, folks did foresee email troubles. But, of course, there was much more coming.
The former presidential candidate spoke about healing political divisions at a St. Patrick's Day dinner in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Officers used a chemical irritant spray and a knee strike to subdue and arrest Linwood Michael Kaine on Saturday at a park.
Khizr Khan, father of U.S. Army Captain Humayun Khan, who was killed during the Iraq war, said he had not been given a reason as to why his travel privileges were being reviewed.
An airplane passenger captures the former presidential candidate reading a story about the vice president's use of a personal email account.
Pence said he complied with Indiana laws in his use of the email account, and he had an outside attorney review his private email records.
He has replaced Hillary Clinton, his former Democratic presidential rival, with a new foil: newspapers and TV news outlets that have reported unflattering revelations of dysfunction or other problems in the White House.
Former Super Bowl halftime headliners Katy Perry and Bruno Mars welcome Gaga to the club.
Rumors persist that the former presidential candidate and secretary of state would look to unseat Bill de Blasio as the Dems' standard-bearer in NYC.
Russia mounted an information campaign ordered by Vladimir Putin that utilized multiple sources in an effort to help Donald Trump and discredit Hillary Clinton, report finds.