“They put a target on my head.”
Even as the Republican launches a purported African American outreach campaign 12 days before the election, his aides say their goal is to depress turnout in the bloc.
A dustup between Megyn Kelly and Newt Gingrich shows why Donald Trump and the Republican Party are struggling to retain the support of women.
The candidate: Donald Trump The gaffe: During a campaign swing on Tuesday morning in Miami, the Republican tried to…
Probably not—but in a close race, a Cleveland Indians defeat could help Donald Trump, while a Tribe triumph might buoy Hillary Clinton.
It’s a political constituency just coming into its own—and although many Muslims are scornful of Donald Trump, they remain skeptical of the Democratic nominee.
Donald Trump didn’t press his rival on accusations that Clinton Foundation donors enjoyed special access, but that doesn’t mean they’ll go away.
Donald Trump refuses to accept the legitimacy of the election he’s trying to win.
The candidate: Donald Trump The gaffe: Speaking on MSNBC, Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway ticked off some of her…
Why has his latest fixation elicited a level of condemnation that his prior personal attacks did not?
The Clinton campaign seems unsure whether or not to try to win Congress by tying Republicans to their foundering nominee.
Allegations of voter fraud have long been used to delegitimize balloting—and especially black votes.
At a rally in North Carolina, an optimistic audience doubted the media but hoped for a circumspect performance from the Republican nominee. Results were mixed.
How should one aurally mark the occasion of Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize in Literature? One could, if one…
The Republicans’ defenders argue that the timing of accusations of sexual assault are questionable. That’s only because they weren’t paying attention before.
The Republican presidential nominee categorically denied any past incidents, but several women have come forward to report unwanted attention from him.
The candidate: Donald Trump The gaffe: “Make sure you get out and vote November 28,” the Republican nominee…
In 2007, he saw himself as part of a movement that would take African Americans to the Promised Land. Nine years later, his role in the lineage is less certain.
Four weeks before Election Day, the GOP’s nominee is attacking not Hillary Clinton but his own party and its most senior office-holder.
The latest PRRI/The Atlantic poll shows Hillary Clinton building a double-digit advantage—after being locked in a dead heat two weeks ago.