Paul LePage suggested he might resign amidst an uproar that began when he blamed blacks and Hispanics for his state’s heroin epidemic and endorsed racial profiling.
Thomas Schroeder temporarily barred the University of North Carolina from enforcing the state’s “bathroom bill,” finding that the law likely violates the Civil Rights Act.
It’s the latest outburst from Maine’s colorful, often offensive governor.
Paul Wolfowitz says he’ll likely back Hillary Clinton, the latest neoconservative to defect to the Democrat’s camp.
A bomb in the city of Cizre, near the Syrian border, killed 11 police officers and injured dozens more. The banned PKK has claimed responsibility.
Donald Trump’s new campaign CEO, who is registered to vote at an empty house in Florida, may be as scandal-plagued as his predecessors.
The Democratic nominee seeks to shame his Republican supporters and bait him into overreacting.
If sidemen and backing musicians are the unsung heroes of music, and producers are the even-less sung heroes…
The candidate’s campaign bought $55,000 worth of his newest book, Crippled America. But did they follow the law?
The Republican nominee is talking about softening his view on deportations and amnesty, but he makes it hard to tell whether he has actually done so.
Donald Trump’s campaign manager says he’s actually winning, thanks to “undercover” supporters. Plenty of past presidential hopefuls have mistakenly believed the same.
More than half of the people outside the government with whom Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met were also donors to the Clinton Foundation.
A federal court overturned a lower-court judge’s ruling, allowing the U.S. state to reduce a stretch in which citizens could register and cast ballots.
Polling within the margin of error among African Americans, the Republican tries new outreach—but his approach seems doomed to failure.
Weeks after the Virginia Supreme Court ruled that the governor’s order giving 200,000 ex-offenders back the franchise was unconstitutional, he’s trying a different method.
Led by Rudy Giuliani, surrogates for the struggling Trump campaign are trying to seed doubts about the Democratic candidate’s fitness for office.
The Democratic presidential nominee has reportedly said privately that the former secretary of state encouraged her to use a personal address for State Department business.
A news report suggests that agents linked to the Russian state may have tried to break into the computer systems of the Republican Party and its presidential nominee.
The candidate: Donald Trump The gaffe: Jake Anantha is an 18-year-old Charlotte, North Carolina, man who is half-Indian and…
The veteran Republican operative tried to turn Donald Trump into a more normal candidate. Instead, he has resigned from a flailing campaign, chased by his own scandals.