To this point, there is no evidence that any single outrageous comment from Trump makes any difference in his poll standing. He's now the choice of nearly 1 in 3 GOP voters.
Hillary Clinton drops her 'It was allowed' non-apologies to take responsibility for the email controversy that has battered her in the polls.
Stephen Colbert's 'Late Show' debut signals that he aims to be a voice in the 2016 campaign – and that serious questions about politics will be in the mix, along with the laughs.
John Kasich exudes a type of Midwest reasonableness that stands in stark contrast to some of the more ideological firebrands in the Republican field.
Congressional hearings on allegations that Planned Parenthood may be selling fetal tissue for profit are scheduled to begin Wednesday.
It is possible that Kim Davis's freedom won't last long. The release order requires the clerk to refrain from interfering with the issuing of marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Her lawyers say she is not prepared to back down.
In coming weeks, Hillary Clinton will be more spontaneous and will show more humor and heart, say aides.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz have scheduled separately to visit the Rowan County (Ky.) clerk in jail where she has been held since Thursday for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Obama has found his voice on racial issues and is amassing a significant, if controversial, legacy. But don't call him transformative yet.