Black citizens of the United States have seldom enjoyed the same right to bear arms that whites do.
The federal government asks a court to block North Carolina’s “bathroom bill,” while a coalition of states wants a different court to block federal guidance on what constitutes unlawful discrimination.
The candidate: Donald Trump. Yep, again. The gaffe: On July 2, Trump tweeted out an image featuring Hillary…
The Democratic candidate’s visit to Charlotte revealed a two-step plan—relying on Barack Obama to help her turn out Democrats, and on Donald Trump to keep Republicans at home.
The candidate: Donald J. Trump The gaffe: Speaking in Raleigh, North Carolina, last night, Trump found the positive side…
Legislators restored the right to bring discrimination suits but otherwise failed to agree on changes to the state’s controversial “bathroom bill.”
The candidate: Donald Trump The gaffe: On Monday, the Supreme Court struck down a Texas law restricting abortion clinics…
The candidate: Donald J. Trump The gaffe: Trump arrived in Scotland hot on the heels of the Brexit vote…
Donald Trump converted around $50 million in loans to his campaign to a gift—but did he have any choice?
A judge acquitted Officer Caesar Goodson of all charges in the April 2015 mortal injury of the 25-year-old Baltimore man, including second-degree murder.
A judge has ruled that a 3.3-mile zone around the convention, to be held in July, infringes on demonstrators’ rights.
Voters from both parties in North Carolina, a newly minted swing state, are grappling with the weaknesses of the presumptive Republican nominee.
Despite the Iowa Republican’s effort to block her, putting Tubman on the $20 bill isn’t about political correctness—it’s about historical correctness.
In a new CNN poll, nearly half of GOP voters responded that they’d prefer to see their party nominate someone else.
The most recent filing for the presumptive Republican nominee shows just $1.3 million cash on hand and a measly $5.6 million in fundraising over the course of May.
The 2016 U.S. presidential campaign in blunders: a quiz
The latest effort focuses on changing the rules of the Republican National Convention to let delegates vote for other candidates—but seems unlikely to succeed.
The presumptive Republican nominee faces an onslaught of negative ads, without the cash or staff to respond in kind.
One year ago, the entertainer got into the race—and reporters got him all wrong. Or did they?
Since the shooting in Orlando, the Republican has adopted some new talking points—including defending LGBT Americans—but his strategy seems to have changed little.