2016 Presidential Campaign
The vitriol flung at Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz doesn't square with how her friends and advisers see her.
The residents, who allege the rules are confusing, hope to extend the deadline to the state’s June 7 primary.
Demonizing Muslims alienates partners and undermines moderates we need around the world in the fight against ISIS.
Sanders finished April with $5.8 million on hand, compared to Clinton's $30 million.
Presumptive GOP nominee lags behind both Democrats in donations, which will fuel general election run.
The Tennessean is chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
The hacking efforts are considered so serious that some relevant congressional committees have been briefed on them.
Hillary Clinton doesn't need magic to win the election. She needs 270 electoral votes.
Baby Hitler, basketball rings and a certain Popeye's organization made the middle of the list.
Trump sat down with the Fox newswoman for their first one-on-one interview since squaring off during the GOP debate in August.
If the Democratic presidential candidate can’t even manage the vicious thugs who act in his name, the author writes, he can’t be trusted to run the country.
Having a Republican president hasn’t made much difference for the past 50 years. The big spike in discretionary domestic spending occurred on Nixon’s watch.
The presidential primary season officially ends in June.
Another round of primary-season voting on tap, this time in Kentucky and Oregon.
If elected, the Democratic front-runner says her husband, the former president, would be in charge of “revitalizing the economy.”
The Republican candidate may have the nomination all but secured, but his detractors are still talking third-party possibility to block his ascent.
Trump has admitted to using a pseudonym to speak to reporters.
Trump denies allegations made in dozens of interviews that he often treated women he worked with as sexual objects.
While candidate committees have stringent rules on what they can do with donations, super PACS can 'do what they like with it.'
The presumptive nominee has been accused of acting as his own publicist when speaking with reporters in the past.
The Republican presidential hopeful asserted that Amazon's owner has “a huge antitrust problem.”
The House speaker is one of several Republicans who say they aren’t ready to back Trump as the party’s nominee.
Trump's refusal to release his tax returns has brought speculation over how much the New York real estate mogul is really worth.
Trump’s campaign says William Johnson, a white nationalist, was mistakenly picked as a delegate to the convention, then rejected.
West Virginia has turned bright red. Is it a harbinger or an outlier?
Cruz also hinted he won’t rule out jumping back into the race if he sees a path to victory for his campaign.
Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton in polls out of the Mountain State.
The Trump campaign shuns complexity for simple "us vs. them" messages that arouse marginalized citizens.