A substantive discussion in Milwaukee left much of the field unchanged—but a couple candidates managed to boost their fortunes.
The University of Missouri is encouraging students to report “hateful and/or hurtful” comments, one of several places where codes of conduct are more restrictive than the U.S. Constitution.
Forty years ago today, the Edmund Fitzgerald, one of the largest ships on the Great Lakes, broke apart and sank…
The New Orleans songwriter and pianist died Monday at 77.
Chuck Rosenberg is the second administration appointee to break ranks with the president over whether police are “chilled” by scrutiny.
The conservative conviction that the press is biased against Republicans has helped candidates survive tough questions.
The 41st president’s comments criticizing two of his son’s closest advisers on the Iraq war are rooted in tensions dating back to the Ford administration.
The candidate: Marco Rubio The gaffe: It’s a classic political question: Which candidate would voters want to have a…
The new speaker says the House won't pass a bill while Barack Obama is in office—a vow that could help Marco Rubio in the primary but hurt him in the general election.
The candidate: Hillary Clinton The gaffe: Speaking on Friday at an NAACP banquet in South Carolina, Clinton said she…
The candidate: Jeb Bush, scion of the nation’s ancien regime. The gaffe: During last week’s Republican debate, Bush…
Twenty percent of Americans say they won’t support a candidate who doesn’t back stricter gun laws—but twice as many gun-rights backers say the reverse.
Voters may have rejected a constitutional amendment because of concerns about monopoly control, not because they oppose looser laws.
Kentuckians elect a governor, Ohioans decide whether to allow recreational marijuana, and more important ballot issues across America.
GOP campaigns agreed to preliminary demands for how they want future forums to work, but the hard part is still to come.
The rising Republican candidate’s past money scandals are under new scrutiny from reporters and his rival Jeb Bush.
Officials said they arrested David Lopez Jackson, a 35-year-old black man, and charged him with two of the fires.
GOP candidates are huddling to plan a revolt against the party’s rules, but the only real solution may be for the field to shrink.
The Democratic candidate says states should be allowed to set their own laws on weed—in other words, that federal law should match what’s already happening across the nation.