The controversial ex-sheriff says the GOP has moved in his direction—and that he’s jumping into the Arizona Senate race to support Trump and his agenda.
Thomas Monson, the late Mormon church president, stressed the importance of community in an increasingly atomized nation.
Steve Bannon was trying to build a movement larger than the president himself. The bitter split between the two men may spell the end of that effort.
The longtime Utah senator announced his exit after 40 years representing the state, paving the way for the former Republican presidential nominee to enter the race to succeed him.
The longtime Utah senator had promised this term would be his last, and told friends he planned on retiring. But after the president’s intervention, he may be changing his mind.
In 2018, party strategists fret, they’ll face a tough electoral landscape—and a bumper crop of fringe candidates.
The candidacy of Roy Moore pits the Republican Party’s populist insurgents against its establishment—with national implications.
For decades, conservative Christian voters insisted that character counts. In 2017? Values voters are hard to find.
Will the vice president—and the religious right—be rewarded for their embrace of Donald Trump?
Once a right-wing media darling, O’Keefe laid bare the flaws in his approach with a botched sting of The Washington Post.
The Breitbart chair’s effort to recruit populist challengers hits a snag, as the most plausible such candidate for Orrin Hatch’s seat bows out of the race.
For years, Republican politicians have attacked the mainstream press. With Roy Moore’s Senate bid, they’re facing the consequences.
The first anniversary of his election found the president not at a raucous rally—but halfway around the world, tightly scheduled, and scarcely tweeting.
Mitt Romney has privately told allies that if the Utah senator follows through, he plans to run to replace him.
The Arizona senator gambled that voters would choose civility and responsible governance over Trump. On Tuesday, he folded.
The former president reprised his favorite themes of hope and unity in his return to the campaign trail on Thursday.
As the president threatens to crack down on unfriendly news outlets, many conservatives say their goal is to “destroy” the mainstream media.
GOP leaders assumed the president’s campaign-trail rhetoric would give way to Washington realities—the trajectory they’d followed themselves.
The Special Report anchor on the “tough year” his network has had, attacks on the media, and his ongoing struggle to book an interview with President Trump
Republican strategists have come to the unnerving conclusion that no one in their party—not even Donald Trump—has absolute influence over the unruly populist movement that swept him into office.