Four years ago, Mitt Romney denounced Russia as America’s top geopolitical foe. Today, Donald Trump sees Putin’s lawlessness and brutality as a feature, not a bug.
Campaign gear should be ugly, tacky, and hidden away by the second week of November. That’s what makes the Make America Great Again hat, well, great.
Liberals who hope a good, thorough fact-checking would disillusion the Republican nominee’s supporters are doomed to disappointment.
A tractor-trailer carrying blank pennies overturned and caught fire Thursday morning, blocking the highway for hours.
The candidate: Gary Johnson, making his debut here two days after Jill Stein. Welcome! The gaffe: On Morning…
Poetry, like music, lends itself to epiphanies—those moments where a piece of art that might have previously seemed inert suddenly…
The former president heads out on the stump, working to rally voters who don’t even remember his administration.
The candidate: Jill Stein, making her first appearance in this space. Welcome, doctor! The gaffe: The Green Party…
For months, the Republican nominee bragged that he had often paid officeholders for favors. Now that questions are swirling about Florida’s attorney general, he says that’s not the case.
Jobs Day in 2016 has become an anti-climax, thanks to an improving climate that aids Hillary Clinton. So why is the Republican still painting a bleak picture?
Tim Kaine mocked Trump for cowardice in Mexico, but as many reporters were quick to note, at least the Republican was willing to take some questions.
The candidate: Donald Trump The gaffe: On Wednesday, the Republican nominee traveled to Mexico City to meet with Mexican…
With a hardline speech in Phoenix Wednesday, the Republican closed the door on two weeks of tip-toeing toward a softer position, and promptly alienated some Hispanic backers.
The Republican says he never discussed the matter with Enrique Peña Nieto, but Mexico’s president insisted later that he had rejecting paying for the barrier.
The justices voted not to stay a lower court’s ruling that extended early voting and restored same-day registration in the swing state.
The meeting between the president and the man who would be president will bring together two of the least popular men in Mexico.
Paul LePage suggested he might resign amidst an uproar that began when he blamed blacks and Hispanics for his state’s heroin epidemic and endorsed racial profiling.
Thomas Schroeder temporarily barred the University of North Carolina from enforcing the state’s “bathroom bill,” finding that the law likely violates the Civil Rights Act.
It’s the latest outburst from Maine’s colorful, often offensive governor.
A bomb in the city of Cizre, near the Syrian border, killed 11 police officers and injured dozens more. The banned PKK has claimed responsibility.