In following through on a major campaign promise, the president-elect can shake up the political landscape in several major ways.
Prosecutors in North Carolina said Wednesday a police officer would not be charged in the killing of a black man.
Donald Trump suggests it as a penalty for flag-burning, although the Supreme Court has ruled that it’s protected speech.
The president-elect is sowing doubt about the integrity of America’s elections, and may hope to reap a harvest of discriminatory voting laws.
Recounts, lawsuits, challenges—and the prospect of a legislative coup? Here’s why the race between Governor Pat McCrory and Democrat Roy Cooper isn’t over yet.
President Obama said he might break tradition and criticize his successor on “core questions” about ideals and values—in essence, promising to break one standard to try to save others.
The leaderless party is beset by structural disadvantages and policy defeats.
The Republican nominee appears to have pulled off a surprising victory—and it’s unclear what comes next.
The Republican nominee barnstorms through the last day of the election with a speech every bit as unpredictable and puzzling as the rest of his presidential campaign.
In a letter on Sunday, FBI Director James Comey wrote that newly discovered emails do not change the FBI’s prior conclusion that Hillary Clinton should not be charged with a crime.
Colin Powell has reportedly announced that he will back Hillary Clinton for president.
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Fox News’ Bret Baier apologized Friday for a mistaken story, but was he intentionally misled?
Four aides to Governor Chris Christie, who is in charge of staffing a prospective Republican White House, are guilty of federal crimes.
The Democratic nominee and her chief rival for the nomination made their closing argument to a stressed crowd in North Carolina.
In North Carolina, the president rallied college students for Hillary Clinton and expressed disbelief at Donald Trump’s success.
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Senators Ted Cruz and Richard Burr and some conservative legal scholars are arguing that if a Democrat wins the election, the Senate should refuse to confirm anyone.
A spate of new stories raise questions about the Republican nominee’s ties to Russia and his tax-avoidance schemes.
The FBI director finds himself targeted not only by the Clinton campaign but also by former Republican officials for his handling of the Hillary Clinton email case.