Clinton could lose the best chance in a generation to turn the Republican Party into pariahs.
A shift of only 59 delegates would have given the nomination to the eventual president.
When Reagan was faced with a harsh fate, Newsweek reported on how he handled himself with trademark charm and levity.
Being Republican has long meant being like Reagan—or at least saying you're like Reagan.
In a 2004 feature story for Newsweek, Nancy Reagan showed us how to mourn with dignity and grace.
Trying to be the candidate that taps into a shaken faith in American exceptionalism is a tricky task.
Asked why he was wearing a pistol, Reagan replied, "In case you guys can't do the job, I can help out."
Make no mistake: We negotiated with terrorists, and the terrorists won.
Ronald Reagan's daughter said her father wouldn't recognize today's GOP.
A newly declassified U.S. government report reveals top-secret details about a massive NATO war game.
For 37 years, the U.S. knew—and kept secret—that the Chilean leader gave the order to murder Orlando Letelier.
The great failures attributed to George W. Bush—9/11 and the 2008 crash—were rooted in the Clinton years.
He initially shared his decision with his supporters via email.
The ruling shows an activist court, for both the right and left.
Former U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Jim Wright, a Texas Democrat known for hardball politics who quit amid accusations of financial impropriety, has died at the age of 92