At least two women were disqualified as candidates for unknown reasons.
Gubernatorial and state legislative races were significant to watch for signs of shifting political attitudes.
The Democratic presidential candidate wants to overturn a 2005 law that grants immunity to gun dealers and manufacturers.
The low turnout highlighted growing disillusionment since the army seized power in 2013.
The former Maryland governor aims to cut in half deaths from gun violence within 10 years.
The president you'd least like to have a beer with freed the economy—including breweries.
Univision's Jorge Ramos was escorted out of a Donald Trump news conference in Iowa on Tuesday night.
Despite a $174,000 salary, congressmen spend only part of their time doing their job. The rest they spend chasing donations.
Burundi's postponed elections were held Tuesday despite protests at home and abroad.
The New Jersey governor joins a crowded field of at least 12 other Republican candidates.
Much of the virtual correspondence focuses on Libya, where four U.S. officers were killed in Benghazi in 2012.
An ongoing review of her emails will take until the end of this year.
Hillary Clinton's opponents are will likely seize on the backer's possible breach of U.S. sanctions.
Marine Le Pen's Front National is banking on building a base of local officials to become more mainstream.
More than 1.2 million people have been displaced within Nigeria and almost 200,000 have fled.
The Front National leader made the pledge during an interview with a Greek TV channel.
The Feminist Initiative party launches a new Norwegian branch tonight after getting its first MEP last year.
Israeli PM's controversial Washington address fails to cut Zionist Union's two-seat poll lead.
Promises and good intentions are of little use unless there is a program of action.
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled UK's blanket ban on prisoners voting breaches their human rights.