The Republican nominee had opportunities to reverse his controversial positions during Wednesday’s debate, but he refused to take them.
The Democratic nominee is pouring resources into a state that has traditionally been carried by Republicans.
This slice of the electorate has shown increased interest in casting a ballot in November. So outside organizations are lending a hand.
The Republican nominee only briefly addressed immigration, which has been a cornerstone of his presidential campaign.
President Obama is set to push world leaders to do more about the world’s refugees. There was a time when the United States itself did more.
Latino voters in battleground states aren’t familiar with Senate candidates’ policies on reform. That could give Republicans an opening.
Despite pushback from Republicans, who have expressed concerns about admitting those from Syria and Iraq, religious groups continue to work in tandem with agencies to place individuals in their states.
Some members of the nominee's Hispanic Advisory Council will reportedly step down after being disillusioned by his immigration speech.
The Republican senator won Arizona's Senate primary, but he still faces his toughest reelection battle yet.
The Republican nominee will travel to the country to meet with President Enrique Peña Nieto on Wednesday.
The Republican nominee is pledging to follow an approach that resembles President Obama's.
The Republican nominee is airing his first ads of the general election starting on Friday, according to media reports.
The Republican nominee’s staffers and party officials will meet in Orlando during a turbulent month, Politico reports.
The campaign announced the launch of Together for America, a group specially created for GOP defectors.
The U.S. House speaker faces the businessman Paul Nehlen in a contest that has shown the tension within the GOP.
The administration has announced a new plan to welcome Central American migrants—a move away from its years-long deterrence policy.
Evan McMullin, the former chief policy director for the House Republican Conference, is expected to launch an independent presidential bid, hoping to undermine his party’s nominee.
Michael Morell the latest in a string of ex-national-security officials to back Hillary Clinton as she embraces an image centered on defense.
The House speaker isn’t withdrawing his support of the Republican nominee, but conceded Thursday that "he’s had a pretty strange run since the convention."
Media reports have cast doubt about her early years in the United States.