The spat between Donald Trump and John McCain makes for great political theater. But the dispute, prompted by an exchange of insults, reveals a deeper question for their generation: What did you do during the Vietnam War?
Now that an Iran nuclear deal has been worked out, the political selling job begins. A plurality of Americans support the agreement, but most are not confident that Iran can be prevented from producing nuclear weapons.
Billionaire developer and TV personality Donald Trump is known for generating outrage when commenting on just about anything, most recently immigration. Now that he’s a presidential candidate, fact-checkers are examining his rhetorical record.
A plurality of American voters identify themselves as Independents, eschewing the two major political parties. Still, more voters are registering as Democrats than as Republicans, which could impact the 2016 presidential race.
President Obama’s big win in the Supreme Court on same-sex marriage has left Republicans unsure of how to proceed. Should they fight it by way of constitutional amendment or take a live-and-let-live attitude?
It’s been nine days since convicted murderers David Sweat and Richard Matt escaped from a New York prison. Gov. Andrew Cuomo suggests that the two men could be far away by now.
Prison worker Joyce Mitchell has been charged with providing tools escaped murderers Richard Matt and David Sweat used to escape from prison. Hundreds of law enforcement officers are involved in the search, now in its second week.