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The wife of the Republican nominee apparently borrowed passages from the first lady’s speech at the 2008 Denver Democratic National Convention.
While a loyal group of speakers came out to support Donald Trump, dissenters tried to derail the proceedings.
The city says its police are ready for the Republican National Convention, but in the year of Trump, everyone is on edge.
France’s national celebration becomes an occasion for national mourning.
The presumptive Republican nominee has named Governor Mike Pence of Indiana as his running mate.
The former speaker of the House wants to expel anyone who believes in sharia, a stance that misunderstands both the Constitution and Islamic faith.
Britain’s new foreign secretary has memorably skewered many leaders and nations, and his undiplomatic words are back to haunt him.
Is Mike Pence the Republican vice-presidential pick or not? Contradictory reports and differing answers from inside the nominee’s camp keep the nation wondering.
The presumptive Republican nominee is widely reported to have settled upon the Indiana governor as his running mate.
The brash and flamboyant politician, the U.K.’s new foreign secretary, is one of the more cosmopolitan figures on the world stage—but he’s also one of the least diplomatic.
It has come to the attention of our editorial board—a group of august, Harvard-educated, middle-aged Boston Brahmins in tweedy…
The FBI announced Tuesday that it is closing its 44-year-long investigation into the enigmatic hijacker, who jumped out of a plane with $200,000 in 1971.
Fox News has suspended its contract with the former speaker of the House, fueling speculation that he could be Donald Trump’s choice as a running mate.
The presumptive Republican nominee is delivering racially tinged warnings that “crime is out of control,” but the numbers suggest otherwise.
A judge tossed an assault charge, but Lieutenant Brian Rice still faces charges of manslaughter, reckless endangerment, and misconduct.
The Republican says he’ll build a wall on the Mexican border, ban Muslim immigration, and rip up free-trade deals. Many of his endorsers insist he doesn’t really mean it. Who should voters believe?
Chief David Brown says officers used a device equipped with a bomb to kill a suspect, a perhaps unprecedented move that raises new questions about use of lethal force.
Black citizens of the United States have seldom enjoyed the same right to bear arms that whites do.
The federal government asks a court to block North Carolina’s “bathroom bill,” while a coalition of states wants a different court to block federal guidance on what constitutes unlawful discrimination.