2016 Presidential Election
The debate is expected to break the record TV audience of 80 million for the 1980 Presidential debate between Carter and Reagan.
The presidential candidate made the comment at an African-American church on Wednesday.
An adaptation of Sinclair Lewis's dystopian novel, 'It Can't Happen Here' is coming just in time for the November election.
A new survey finds little support for Hillary Clinton in the presidential race.
A new Pew Research Center report confirms exactly what you're thinking about the current presidential race: Is it over yet?
The Trumps can sell the Trump Organization, or Donald Trump can be president. They cannot have both.
A brief history of each of the politicians' "success" stories.
The reality TV star says he would ask the Republican presidential nominee (and former reality TV star) "simple stuff he should know."
"Take their guns away," he said at a rally in Miami. "She doesn't want guns. Take them, let's see what happens to her."
The Republican presidential nominee responds to questions about a Newsweek article on his company's foreign entanglements.
The doctors for both presidential candidates say each is healthy enough to serve as commander in chief.
Dr. Oz reviewed with Donald Trump such topics as his nervous system, respiratory health and family medical history.
Obama campaigns solo for the first time on behalf of Clinton as he tries to solidify Democratic control of the White House.
"This is a guy who spent 70 years on this earth showing no concern for working people. He spent most of his life trying to stay far away from working people. He wasn't going to let you on his golf course."
Medical records have been an issue on the presidential campaign trail in recent weeks.
Barnwell has been impersonating Clinton since the 1990s. But she isn't her "body double."
"I think it's quite intriguing that this activity has happened around the time Trump became the nominee," the Democrat said.
There are tax documents not under audit that Trump can release, but won't.
But Pena Nieto insisted that Mexico would not pay for it.
The trip will take place hours before Trump reveals his proposal for cracking down on illegal immigration.
The FBI found breaches in Illinois and Arizona's voter registration databases and is urging states to increase computer security ahead of the presidential election
Society has created the unrealistic idea that a president should be a "magical leader" who never makes mistakes. In practice, no such magical leaders exist.
5 minutes spent to pronounce the GOP candidate the "healthiest individual" while Trump surrogates smear Clinton with false health claims.
A ballot with a first and second choice sends a clear message in a way that a hold-your-nose-and-vote-for-a-major-party-nominee ballot does not.
If Trump stopped making veiled assassination claims, citing conspiracy theories, or claiming election fraud, then the press would have nothing to critique, and the disparity would subside.
The former Democratic presidential candidate is taking his political push beyond November with a new group and a book.
Meanwhile, 22 percent of likely voters would not pick either candidate.
A judge ordered the State Department on Monday to review and determine the potential release of 14,900 documents related to Hillary Clinton's emails.
Why are evangelicals backing a man who knows so little about Christianity or even the Bible?
Donald definitely lives by the rule: court attention at all costs. But is it helping him?