Congress delivered a historic rebuke to the administration on Wednesday by overriding Obama’s veto.
How the National Museum of African American History and Culture recounts black history in the United States
The Democratic nominee has been unfairly criticized for being “overprepared.”
The target of the most brutal mockery wasn’t the Democratic nominee. It was her critics.
Research suggests that extreme political rhetoric can contribute to a spike in hate crimes.
Some voters seem to believe the Democratic nominee cares too much about winning.
The Republican nominee now says the president was born in the United States. But birtherism won’t go away that easily.
It’s not just conservatives pushing the idea that the Democratic nominee is sicker than she admits.
Will the Republican presidential nominee’s campaign hurt his business empire?
Some Democrats believe what was once unthinkable could become a reality in November.
The agency attempts to crack down on suspicious-sounding presidential candidates.
Hillary Clinton champions a concept the Republican Party has embraced and Donald Trump has disavowed.
Bernie Sanders never showed up, and former staffers at Our Revolution believe the organization's 501(c)(4) status hurt Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s primary challenger.
His efforts to champion progressive grassroots activism have been troubled so far.
The U.S. presidential nominee’s anti-Islam rhetoric has motivated some to speak out against stereotypes.
Making controversial claims without providing evidence gets attention. It’s also reckless.
A campaign with a reputation for avoiding the media finds new ways to generate positive publicity in a digital era.
His campaign may fail because of its lack of appeal among female voters. That could affect the party long after 2016.
The gun-rights organization is attacking Hillary Clinton, but it’s not clear how enthusiastically they support the Republican nominee.
The senator certainly wants to—so he’s helping the former Democratic National Committee chair’s primary challenger.