Dogfighting's deep ties to tradition and the yakuza have kept it a staple in Japan, despite animal welfare groups' opposition.
Trump tweeted that he wants to discuss "not allowing people on the terrorist watch list, or the no-fly list, to buy guns."
The two candidates' very different reactions to the Orlando massacre.
The attacker does not appear to have been directed by ISIS, Obama says.
The Senate majority leader wants Trump to "stick to the script."
Trump looks ready to accept the Kochs' money—but Charles Koch warns he still doesn't like Trump.
The party must unify to defeat Donald Trump, some Democratic key players say.
Morris was ousted from Bill Clinton's 1996 re-election campaign after a prostitution scandal.
The new photos and audio show Clinton as a graduating college senior.
The DNC chair has come under fire from Bernie Sanders for what he calls her support of a predatory industry.
The president takes aim at Trump, calling his plans "a fantasy" and "logistically impossible."
The for-profit "university" bilked students out of $40 million, New York's attorney general says.
Forty-one groups received $5.6 million from Trump, he said.
"After years of asking people to vote I wont [sic] abstain," Rubio tweeted on Friday.
With a small number of formerly unpledged delegates throwing their support behind Trump, he has 1,238 delegates, one more than needed to clinch the nomination.
Benghazi! Emailgate! Monica Lewinsky!
One person was transported to a local hospital with critical injuries.
Mickelson doesn't face charges, and has said he will return $931,000 the SEC alleges he made illegally.
Hillary Clinton doesn't need magic to win the election. She needs 270 electoral votes.
Trump's suggestion about defaulting on the U.S. debt would cause a global financial crisis.