By choosing Mike Pence, Donald Trump gives his campaign a harder ideological edge.
In a strongly worded opinion, the Court wrote that the 2013 law imposed an "undue burden" on women seeking to exercise their constitutional right to an abortion.
Sure, it's definitely possible, but the mogul has a steeper climb than the U.K.'s Leave supporters did.
The big questions about how Americans buy and sell guns—including the controversial AR-15 rifle—are likely to be settled in the courts rather than in the still-paralyzed Congress.
Johnson and Weld make up the strongest Libertarian Party ticket ever, but will that translate into electoral votes?
The questions now are what the end of Lewandowski's reign means for the Trump campaign, and what it says about the mogul in particular.
Both Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton need to wrap up their campaigns with dignity.
Hillary Clinton hasn't closed the deal yet, and there's not much indication she can before July.
West Virginia has turned bright red. Is it a harbinger or an outlier?
It wasn't just anger or celebrity. Trump triumphed for other reasons, including ideas.
On the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders emerged the winner in a close contest.
Donald Trump killed it in GOP primaries in Democratic states on April 26. Does that augur well for the fall?
Trump's resounding New York primary victory puts him on the fast track to the Republican nomination.
No matter who wins, prepare for more gridlock in Congress.
The Democrats came head-to-head for the last time before voters head to the polls in New York.