Voters from both parties in North Carolina, a newly minted swing state, are grappling with the weaknesses of the presumptive Republican nominee.
Despite the Iowa Republican’s effort to block her, putting Tubman on the $20 bill isn’t about political correctness—it’s about historical correctness.
In a new CNN poll, nearly half of GOP voters responded that they’d prefer to see their party nominate someone else.
The most recent filing for the presumptive Republican nominee shows just $1.3 million cash on hand and a measly $5.6 million in fundraising over the course of May.
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The latest effort focuses on changing the rules of the Republican National Convention to let delegates vote for other candidates—but seems unlikely to succeed.
The presumptive Republican nominee faces an onslaught of negative ads, without the cash or staff to respond in kind.
One year ago, the entertainer got into the race—and reporters got him all wrong. Or did they?
Since the shooting in Orlando, the Republican has adopted some new talking points—including defending LGBT Americans—but his strategy seems to have changed little.
Even in an era when politicians are increasingly able to be stingy about granting media access, the presumptive Republican nominee’s tactics stick out.
Once more, the presumptive Republican nominee takes a standard GOP talking point and turns it up a notch, implying the president is guilty of treason.
In the midst of a post-Orlando debate that pits Islamophobia against homophobia, LGBT members of the Islamic community find themselves trying to balance multiple identities.
The presumptive Republican nominee responded to the shooting in Orlando with a blistering attack on Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
The Republican nominee has called on the president to resign and implied in no uncertain terms that President Obama may have been implicated in the massacre at a gay bar.
The former governor of Ohio, U.S. senator, and mayor of Cleveland had died at 79.
The Georgia senator invokes a psalm calling down divine wrath on an enemy—but insists he meant no harm.
President Obama makes it official, endorsing Hillary Clinton for president.
The presumptive Republican nominee has little staff, hardly any state organizations, tiny fundraising, and fantasy plans to win in New York.
When Donald Trump locked up the Republican nomination in May, I put together a compendium of the GIFs I’d included…
The presumptive nominees are Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton—just as everyone predicted, right?