The candidate: Gary Johnson The gaffe: At a town hall on MSNBC, Chris Matthews asked the Libertarian nominee, “Who’s…
In a clip unearthed by Mother Jones, the Republican presidential nominee boasts about hiring a possibly underage woman simply because she was attractive.
Retired Senator John Warner of Virginia, an influential voice on military issues, has endorsed Hillary Clinton.
The biggest threat to the Republican nominee is not his poor performance in the debate, but his reaction to it: blaming microphones, insisting he won, and doubling down on gaffes.
The former prime minister and president was a first-hand witness and often a central participant in every moment in his country’s history.
In North Carolina, the Democratic candidate basked in her debate victory. As for her supporters, they’re feeling better, but they’re not ready to exhale.
During the debate, the Republican nominee seemed to confirm an accusation that he hadn’t paid any income tax, then reversed himself later.
The Donald J. Trump Foundation reportedly used $258,000, most of it other people’s money, to settle legal disputes for the Republican nominee.
The Democrat’s command and poise left her rival looking frustrated, peevish, and out of sorts.
The Maine governor said blacks and Hispanics from out of state were to blame for drug problems, but his own files show mostly white Mainers being arrested for narcotics.
Through a combination of working the refs, leaks that made him seem bumbling, and the numbing effects of months of campaigning, the Republican has smoothed his own path.
What kind of songwriter was John D. Loudermilk? Genre labels aren’t much help in describing him. Musicians who took up…
The president rejected a bipartisan bill that would allow the families of terror victims to sue Saudi Arabia, saying it would put American officials in jeopardy.
Cheryl Mills, Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff at the State Department, received partial immunity from the FBI during its investigation of Clinton’s emails.
A federal appeals court says the secretary of state violated the National Voting Rights Act when he moved to clean up voter rolls.
The election is 46 days away, but thanks to early voting, some citizens have already made their choice—and millions more have requested absentee ballots.
Tulsa Officer Betty Shelby faces a minimum of four years in prison if she’s convicted in the death of the unarmed black man.
The Queen City has tended to see itself as a beacon of New South moderation, but from slavery to segregation to police violence, it faces the same pressures as many other metropolises.
The Republican nominee, stumping for black votes, espouses a policy that’s ineffective, often unconstitutional, and generally unpopular with African Americans.
Hillary Clinton’s speech Wednesday, advocating for greater support for people with disabilities, shows how a matter that was once universal has become as polarized as the rest of politics.