Inside the years-long push to perfect the presidential transition
Bernie Sanders asked donors to give, and his most loyal donors dug deep each time—giving more than some could afford, or the law allowed.
Thanks to a loophole in federal election law, Randy Treibel is making a killing by re-selling official merchandise online.
Seizing on President Obama’s absence, the Republican nominee surveys flood damage despite a warning from the state’s governor.
Southern Louisiana is drowning again. No one seems to care.
Three out of five Trump voters in the Lone Star State would back secession if the Democrat wins, a new poll finds.
Former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and other veterans of the last two Democratic administrations will lead the planning effort for 2017.
The Republican nominee says the U.S. needs to be tougher—on its enemies, immigrants, and the nations it invades.
Breaking with Republican orthodoxy, a right-leaning think tank has proposed new federal benefits for the working poor when they take time off to care for a newborn or manage an illness.
A Democratic landslide in November could flip a dozen or more legislative majorities that Republicans captured during the Obama era.
The Republican nominee’s push to pour more money into roads and bridges than Hillary Clinton is his latest break with conservatives, and it’s drawing criticism from one of his own economic advisers.
Meg Whitman and Seth Klarman join onetime GOP Mayor Michael Bloomberg in trashing Trump and offering their voice—and their cash—to the Democratic nominee.
Moderate GOP candidates for the state legislature ousted more than a dozen incumbents aligned with Sam Brownback in primaries on Tuesday.
The Obama administration is giving the two parties’ nominees office space and a first glimpse of the government’s secret intelligence.
American voters might be more likely to give long shots a chance in places where the election outcome isn’t in doubt.
The Virginia senator’s early call for a war vote in Congress helped him break free of President Obama and earn a spot as Hillary Clinton’s running mate.
Delegates in Cleveland answer a nightmare question: Would they take four more years of Barack Obama over a Hillary Clinton presidency?
The Ohio governor drops a hint about 2020 as he speaks to delegates from the Granite State.
Was the Texas senator’s bold move at the Republican National Convention a principled stand, or a mistake?
The long odds facing Donald Trump have ambitious Republican politicians already jockeying for position in the next presidential race.
Delegates made a last-ditch effort to block the impending Republican presidential nomination during a chaotic opening session in Cleveland.