2016 Presidential Campaign
Jim and Lorraine Morrison campaigned for Donald Trump as they drove their rig to Cleveland from Southern California.
A coalition attempted to make it clear that not all delegates wanted to be bound to a specific candidate.
Jim and Lorraine Morrison drive their rig to Cleveland from Southern California, campaigning for Trump along the way.
Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, opened the convention with a moment of silence.
The convention begins Monday and lasts through Thursday in the swing state of Ohio.
Mike Pence had a tight deadline—Friday at noon—to withdraw from the Indiana governor’s race.
People close to the deceased Nobel laureate say Wiesel spoke of the meeting, but representatives for Wiesel and Trump won’t confirm it took place.
By choosing Mike Pence, Donald Trump gives his campaign a harder ideological edge.
The friend of conservative Republicans is a first-term governor of Indiana who previously served 12 years in Congress.
Mike Pence’s absence from the RNC speakers’ list has increased speculation that he will be Donald Trump’s running mate.
Mike Pence, Newt Gingrich and Chris Christie are apparently Trump’s top contenders for the VP spot.
Clinton’s ex-rival confirms she will go to the convention with 389 more delegates than his campaign earned.
Paul Ryan, Donald Trump and other Republicans are criticizing the FBI’s decision regarding Clinton’s use of email as secretary of state.
In an interview with ABC's "Good Morning America," Nate Silver predicts Hillary Clinton to win the presidential election over Donald Trump by a landslide.
A movement to stop Donald Trump from becoming the nominee focuses on his lack of electability.
Sure, it’s definitely possible, but the mogul has a steeper climb than the U.K.’s Leave supporters did.
The losing presidential candidate basically admitted defeat but hasn’t withdrawn from the race.
Johnson and Weld make up the strongest Libertarian Party ticket ever, but will that translate into electoral votes?
Corey Lewandowski’s booting from Trump’s campaign comes one month before Republican National Convention.
Is Trump a one-off blot on American history? Or is his candidacy the harbinger of worse to come?
Groups divided between supporting Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders for president are now calling for party unity to fight against Trump's campaign.
The “Late Night” host accused Trump of “stoking fear and spreading hate.”
Democrats wrap up their presidential primary season on Tuesday in Washington, D.C.
Republican calls for president to "resign in disgrace" if he fails to connect "radical Islamic terrorism" to mass shooting.
Says he and Clinton would discuss "if she wins, what kind of administration she will have."