Donald Trump has finally said he believes the president was born in the U.S. What took him so long?
Returning to the trail in North Carolina after a bout with pneumonia, the Democrat sought to calm worries about not just her health but her campaign.
The Republican nominee’s son appeared to make a casual joke about the Holocaust—but his claims about his father’s honesty and why he won’t release his tax returns deserve scrutiny, too.
The agreement, if approved, would require reforms of the Texas state police and the jails in Waller County, where she died in 2015.
The Republican nominee may not be winning yet, but a series of polls show that he has drawn very close nationally and in key swing states.
Hacked emails show the former secretary of state is frustrated with Hillary Clinton, thinks Benghazi was a non-story, is still angry about Iraq, and hates Donald Trump
The Kentucky governor suggested that if the Democrat wins this year’s presidential election, armed insurrection might be necessary to protect the United States.
In response to HB2, the state’s controversial “bathroom bill,” the organization is canceling all of its college-sports tournaments in the state.
The president still intends to reject legislation that would let victim’s families sue foreign governments for terror attacks—but Congress could override him.
Last week, I premiered “Chicago,” a new track from David Nagler’s new album of poems using Carl Sandburg’s poetry…
A grand jury will decide whether officers should be charged for lying about the October 2014 death of a 17-year-old.
Hillary Clinton’s defenders often complain that her critics turn non-issues into controversies, but her crisis-response strategy tends to have the same effect.
The candidate: Hillary Clinton The gaffe: Speaking at a fundraiser on September 9, Clinton said, “You know, to just…
Four years ago, Mitt Romney denounced Russia as America’s top geopolitical foe. Today, Donald Trump sees Putin’s lawlessness and brutality as a feature, not a bug.
Campaign gear should be ugly, tacky, and hidden away by the second week of November. That’s what makes the Make America Great Again hat, well, great.
Liberals who hope a good, thorough fact-checking would disillusion the Republican nominee’s supporters are doomed to disappointment.
A tractor-trailer carrying blank pennies overturned and caught fire Thursday morning, blocking the highway for hours.
The candidate: Gary Johnson, making his debut here two days after Jill Stein. Welcome! The gaffe: On Morning…
Poetry, like music, lends itself to epiphanies—those moments where a piece of art that might have previously seemed inert suddenly…
The former president heads out on the stump, working to rally voters who don’t even remember his administration.