Donald Trump refused to say whether he would accept the election result, shocking his GOP allies and raising the specter of post-election unrest.
Across the country, Americans are weary of the Trump-Clinton race, but in Miami, comedians took aim at the candidates – and promoted youth civic engagement along the way.
A protest against Donald Trump at Liberty University came shortly after a warm reception for his running mate, pointing to the conflict among Evangelicals.
House Speaker Paul Ryan appeared to take a principled stand when he distanced himself from Donald Trump. But he has infuriated Mr. Trump and his supporters, and that could hurt other GOP candidates.
Much of Sunday night's presidential debate was sharply negative. But viewers learned something about Donald Trump and, surprisingly, that the campaign is not totally without mutual respect.
Evangelical leaders who are defending Trump, even after release of lewd video, say it’s all about the policy choice – not values. But that puts them in a difficult box.
As more women move into high offices, they often bring a style and approach that is distinct from men. But do they make better leaders?
Ruth Griffin, who has spent decades in public office, talks about how she became a Republican, the lack of a bipartisan 'sisterhood' in the state, and why she's not a feminist.
Liz Shuler, the highest-ranking woman in the history of the AFL-CIO, discusses sexual harassment, mentors, and why women are more solution-oriented than men.
In the first and only VP debate Tuesday night, Tim Kaine and Mike Pence made up for lost opportunities in the first presidential debate.
Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Mike Pence – both raised Catholic, one now born-again Christian – see religious faith as central to their public service.
It's debate season, where social media has brought political spin into real time, favoring speed over contemplation and risking a hardening of polarization.
Trump's comment that he has a 'winning temperament' was the most-tweeted moment of the debate, pointing to the debate's main theme.
Most presidential debates don’t swing the race, but on Monday night, Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton could be pivotal – as was the first televised debate in 1960.
With deadpan humor, she remained remarkably cool as Zach Galifianakis took aim at her pant suits, health, private email server, and job as President Obama's 'secretary' (of State).
At a Monitor breakfast, AFL-CIO chief Richard Trumka said he has 'absolute trust' in Hillary Clinton to make major changes in the TPP free trade deal.
When Hillary Clinton attacked Donald Trump over his connection to the 'alt-right,' she also reached out to Republican leaders. That's because she'll need them if she wins the presidency.
Senator Sanders has launched a new group, Our Revolution. But he himself has to step back.
Donald Trump trails Hillary Clinton by 21 points among women voters. His new campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, is an expert on wooing them. But her real role is to manage Trump.
Voters have long seen women as more honest than men. But as more women hold high political offices, that dual standard is changing – as the recent legal troubles of female politicians in Pennsylvania and Florida show.
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