The Trump campaign accepted the endorsement of a major law enforcement group in a key battleground state on Tuesday—the latest in an effort to paint President Donald Trump as the "law and order" candidate as cops face pushback from more liberal leaders around the country.
Shortly after Democrat Joe Biden named U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate, Vice President Mike Pence said he's looking forward to facing her in the only vice presidential debate in October.
Some of President Donald Trump's fiercest female allies have set out in a hot pink RV to try to drum up support among a crucial voting base—women in swing states across the country—ahead of this fall's election.
President Donald Trump has again threatened to sidestep Congress as the White House and Democratic lawmakers failed to reach an agreement on the next coronavirus relief package, but he hasn't yet issued a threatened executive order to act on his own.
Missouri voters ousted a Democratic dynasty and embraced someone who could become one of the most liberal members of Congress. The state also has signed off on a key element of Obamacare.
In a stinging rebuke of President Donald Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, House Democrats claim the White House's "deadly denial, distortion and delay has led to the worst federal response to a national emergency in our history."
On the 55th anniversary of the landmark Voting Rights Act, advocates say 2020 presents a whole new challenge for elections access: The novel coronavirus.
President Donald Trump doubled down Wednesday on his claim that the novel coronavirus "will go away," even as COVID-19 cases continue to surge across the country.
President Donald Trump is not entertaining the idea of another national lockdown as coronavirus cases continue to spike across the county, despite recommendations from some health and economic experts.
The Trump administration continues to throw up objections to mail-in voting amid the coronavirus pandemic, citing delays in counting and the potential for fraud, despite election officials and others insisting that the process can be handled securely.
President Donald Trump accused New York prosecutors of engaging in an ongoing, politically-motivated campaign against him, after the Manhattan district attorney's office signaled that it has been investigating Trump and his company for possible fraud.
U.S. Rep. Thomas Massie sums up his decision to take part in a new eye-opening documentary set to air on HBO Tuesday like this: "If people want to drain the swamp they are going to have to get more informed about how the swamp works."
At least two Democratic governors are pushing back on reports of friction with the White House at the height of the coronavirus pandemic, as the Trump administration also seeks to quell claims that politics played a role in its COVID-19 response.
President Donald Trump has made clear he doesn't trust wide-spread, mail-in voting for this fall's elections, but he's also shown little interest in providing insight into what states will need to do to ensure voters are safe at the polls during a pandemic.
As a critical deadline looms, White House officials are stressing that they want to extend enhanced unemployment benefits that went into effect earlier this year in response to the coronavirus pandemic but negotiations with Democratic leaders, so far, have fallen short.
Vice President Mike Pence set out on a bus tour to promote the Trump campaign and jobs in Pennsylvania on Thursday, but two minor motorcade accidents and a sidelined bus left him traveling the state in an unmarked SUV instead.
President Donald Trump doubled down on his decision to retweet a video of a controversial doctor proclaiming that there's a "cure" for COVID-19.
U.S. Rep. Karen Bass chided Barr: "The department is not doing enough to address issues of racial bias and brutality in law enforcement."
Multiple treatments and vaccines for COVID-19 are already approaching their final trial phases after their development has been fast-tracked, President Donald Trump announced during an at-times boisterous speech in North Carolina on Monday.
The White House confirmed Monday that National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien has been self-isolating and working from home after testing positive for COVID-19.
President Donald Trump and his allies spent the week highlighting his support for law enforcement—attempting to draw a contrast with Democratic rival Joe Biden in a race that's been drastically altered by the coronavirus pandemic.
As the coronavirus has stifled his ability to hold massive campaign rallies, President Donald Trump doubled down on Thursday with a second campaign-laden speech on the White House grounds in a week.
The Republican National Committee is expected to soon reveal details about next month's GOP convention, which has been partially moved to Florida because of concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.
Vice President Mike Pence traveled to Louisiana Tuesday, where coronavirus cases have seen another spike, to talk need for schools, football this fall.
The president is stressing that he wants schools to reopen in the fall, despite the ongoing spikes in coronavirus cases across the country.
Experts generally agree that it's unlikely the public will have any chance peeking into Trump's financial records before November 3—if ever.
One of the reasons President Donald Trump lashed out at federal guidelines for reopening schools Tuesday is because it urges all kids to bring lunch from home, Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters Wednesday.
Two statues honoring racist figures are already set to come down at the Capitol after Arkansas subs in music legend Johnny Cash and Civil Rights hero Daisy Bates.
Long before he became a president notorious for mocking people, Donald Trump's "name-calling and teasing kids too young to fight back" helped land him at the New York Military Academy, according to a niece's tell-all book due out next week.
A new tell-all from President Donald Trump's niece paints a dark portrait of the first family and Trump's upbringing. It's due for release next week, but Newsweek obtained an early copy of it.