As Donald Trump attempts to address a controversial border separation policy, Iran faces its own crisis at home.
Clinton voters were very likely to support Mexico—Trump voters, not so much.
Unsurprisingly, Democrats were not eager to have more politicians like Trump.
Pew poll shows the issue hits both Democrats and Republicans.
More men, 55 percent, than women, 50 percent, think of Clinton as a sexual predator, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll.
When asked how much Trump cares about the needs and problems of Hurricane Maria victims, the most common response in a new poll was "not at all."
The poll found voters divided over whether Trump's tweets will help Congressional Democrats up for reelection in November.
The NFL has been rife with controversy of late and Americans as a whole aren't all that likely to have a favorable view of the league.
Most signs seem to point toward Trump running for a second term, but a good portion of the GOP thinks he might not.
For the first time, polling from Reuters shows Democrats slipping behind Republicans on a generic ballot.
A majority of Russians say escalating tensions in Syria with the United States and other allies in the West could spark World War III.
The president's messaging appears to be working with his base.
Melania Trump's 57 percent favorable rating is greater than any rating her husband has received since CNN began polling around him in 1999.
Venezuela plunged to 102nd place of 156 countries in the World Happiness Report. By comparison, Denmark topped the list and the United States came in 18th. What happened?
Are Democrats losing one of their most loyal voter bases to the Republican Party?
A majority of Americans think they'll see a woman president before they die. That doesn't mean everyone wants it to happen.
The race between Debbie Lesko and Hiral Tipirneni to succeed former Representative Trent Franks appears closer than many anticipated.
"Now is not the time to consider articles of impeachment," House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Democratic Minority Whip Steny Hoyer previously stated.
Even a significant percentage of Republicans think Trump will get the U.S. into a war.
It appears that Trump's repetitive messaging might have convinced a significant portion of Americans.
Obama ranked first in the U.S., with Trump coming in second.
Even Republicans don't want Mueller fired.
Sixty-six percent of Trump voters agreed with the statement "if blacks would only try harder they could be just as well off as whites."