In Indiana, an outsider candidate for Senate struggles to replicate the enthusiasm that has propelled Trump and Cruz.
It’s the youngest ethnic group in the United States, but also the group with the lowest turnout and registration rate.
After long lines and waits, the Democratic Party and both the Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders campaigns plan to sue the state.
The Ohio governor has basically no chance of winning the Republican nomination, but hanging on until the Convention may prove smart.
Some seem concerned with its economic impact—others see it as a threat to the country’s values.
A generational divide marks a shift in primary voters’ views on the divisive issue.
The labor organization threw its weight behind the Republican front-runner, citing his hardline stance on immigration.
The nation takes in far fewer refugees than its counterparts around the world. Even so, amid fears about national security, the issue is more politically contentious than ever.
In the second stop on his Latin America tour, President Obama alluded to a U.S. role in the dictatorship that took over the country four decades ago.
The former Florida governor’s endorsement is the latest show of confidence that the establishment is putting its weight behind the U.S. senator from Texas.
The Vermont senator is connecting his economic policies to the concerns of the Hispanic community. The former secretary of state is just plain connecting. Whose message will work?
Several strategies have floated around for years—but are any of them really viable?
What the Nevada caucuses revealed about the minority vote.
Many cases go unreported, making it a difficult crime for law enforcement personnel to spot.
Cruz, Rubio, and Bush sparred over the issue on Thursday, but refrained from offering any plans on how they’d address it.
Liberals in Congress are questioning the Obama administration’s approach to Central American migrants crossing the border after recent federal raids.
The president is bringing people to the State of the Union to recap the highlights of the past year, and to underline his priorities.
A shift in strategy by super PACs reveals the diminishing influence of big sums of money in a seemingly unpredictable race.
Several Republican presidential candidates have backed away from the term, but not the standards. Why?