The veteran Republican operative tried to turn Donald Trump into a more normal candidate. Instead, he has resigned from a flailing campaign, chased by his own scandals.
After suggesting the timing of a cash delivery was unrelated to the freeing of hostages, the State Department admits the two were contingent.
A quarter-century ago, Hillary Clinton made a snippy remark about baking cookies, then won a competition with Barbara Bush. Can the prospective first gentleman measure up?
After a federal court struck down the state’s strict voting law as racially discriminatory, Republicans are trying to restrict voting at the county level.
The retired Red Sox ace is making noises about challenging Senator Elizabeth Warren in 2018. Let’s take a look at the oppo file.
The challenge with unorthodox instruments is that they tend to be tightly bound to a certain time and place. The…
A report that the recently ousted Fox News boss is advising the Republican fits with a campaign that increasingly resembles a political remake of The Expendables.
The latest iteration of his immigration ban would allow only those who “embrace a tolerant American society” to enter the country.
A New York Times report sheds new light on the close ties between Donald Trump’s campaign chairman and Kremlin cronies in Ukraine and elsewhere.
For his last summer in office, the president delivers a more eclectic, more interesting, and more seductive set of musical selections.
Was the Republican nominee just speaking metaphorically? He insists he meant exactly what he said.
A Department of Justice report finds widespread constitutional violations, the targeting of African Americans, and a culture of retaliation.
For the second week in a row, the Republican nominee has suggested he won’t participate unless the meetings are set up to his liking.
During a rally in Wilmington, North Carolina, on Tuesday, the Republican nominee made an apparent joke about the assassination of his rival.
A device plucked from 15,000 feet under the sea could help investigators understand why the cargo ship went down last October, killing 33 people.
The candidate: Hillary Clinton The gaffe: Who’s that standing behind the Democratic nominee during a rally in…
Little-known Evan McMullin finally takes up the mantle of anti-Trump conservative, three months before the election.
In a speech in Detroit, the Republican tries to appeal to voters beyond his white working-class base with promises of supply-side tax cuts and a child-care tax deduction.
The candidate: Donald Trump The gaffe: On Wednesday, the Republican nominee talked about watching a video of American officials…
In Raleigh, North Carolina, the Republican vice-presidential nominee insists the ticket and the party are unified.