The Republican nominee criticized the media and championed the Second Amendment at a Virginia rally Wednesday.
The New Jersey governor allegedly “lied” about his staff’s involvement in the 2013 George Washington Bridge scandal, according to new court filings.
The Democratic presidential nominee urged legislators to cut their recess short and come together during brief remarks in Miami.
At a rare conference with journalists, the Democratic nominee explained why she thinks she can get immigration reform through the U.S. Congress.
The president said Thursday bombing targets in Iraq and Syria is “necessary, but not sufficient” in the long term.
After days of controversy and reports of a campaign intervention, the Republican nominee doesn’t seem committed to assuaging allies’ concerns.
Mike Pence endorsed his former House colleague, even though Donald Trump won’t.
And the Republican nominee won’t back Arizona Senator John McCain either.
Three top officials are leaving the Democratic National Committee, after hackers made thousands of internal emails public.
The president and Singaporean prime minister warned against shunning the Trans-Pacific Partnership at a press conference Tuesday.
In a press conference with Singapore’s prime minister, the president characterized Trump as unfit to lead.
The commander-in-chief’s speech to a disabled veterans’ group was a counterweight to Donald Trump’s comments on the military.
The “GOP autopsy” author and Jeb Bush adviser told CNN that when it comes to Donald Trump, “too many Republicans are standing by and looking the other way.”
U.S. officials are examining Russia’s involvement in a breach of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s computer system.
With her party’s convention in Philadelphia approaching, the Democratic nominee has a running mate.
The Hawaii Congressman used his personal experience with pancreatic cancer to advocate for research.
Public-health officials are strategizing how to combat the virus with no new money on the horizon—and Congress away for the summer.
The president preached tolerance and unity in a White House address Friday afternoon.
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The Virginia senator auditioned to be Hillary Clinton’s vice-presidential pick at a rally Thursday.