As the Alabama Senate race enters its final days, Doug Jones is making an all out push—while his rival is nowhere to be seen.
As Election Day in Alabama approaches, Trump makes it clear he’s all-in for Moore.
The president’s biggest backer in Silicon Valley told the White House he no longer wishes to lead the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board.
Once a right-wing media darling, O’Keefe laid bare the flaws in his approach with a botched sting of The Washington Post.
The most remarkable thing about the traditional turkey pardon was how smoothly it went.
For years, Republican politicians have attacked the mainstream press. With Roy Moore’s Senate bid, they’re facing the consequences.
The mounting charges against the Republican Senate candidate from Alabama are causing uncertainty for the Breitbart chief and his allies.
On the first anniversary of the election, Steve Bannon—unchastened by Tuesday’s results—preached the Gospel of Trump to an approving Michigan crowd.
The conservative billionaire distances himself from the right-wing provocateur, whose reputation has been sullied by reports outlining his ties to white nationalists.
The prosecution of Trump’s former campaign chairman and his associate Rick Gates could be the most significant prosecution under the Foreign Agents Registration Act ever.
The former White House adviser has been spending the fall promoting and plotting his anti-establishment 2018 agenda, including attacking the previous Republican president.
Leading figures from the right-wing alternative media are launching a political group to support candidates in contested primaries.
Insurgent candidate Roy Moore beat back both the president and the Senate majority leader’s choice to succeed Jeff Sessions.
Everyone from Steve Bannon to Nigel Farage came out on Monday for the Alabama judge turned aspiring senator’s closing rally.
The contest between Luther Strange and Roy Moore raises the question of who has more sway with Trump’s base: the president or conservative firebrands like Steve Bannon?
The former Breitbart editor’s attempt to schedule a provocative event on the liberal campus featuring high-profile conservative speakers didn’t work out as planned.
Derek Harvey, forced out of the White House this summer, is set to work for one of the committees central to the congressional Russia investigations.
The former White House adviser and Breitbart chief will speak at the event of an organization whose CEO attacked National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster as anti-Israel.
The conservative outlet must figure out how to pursue its agenda without losing its audience.
The ousted White House chief strategist is back at Breitbart News, and he’s planning to make mischief.