Donald Trump says he isn't for raising taxes on the rich, despite reports. But the question is reviving debate over whether he sees politics through blue-tinted glasses.
In January, Portland, Maine, workers' pay jumped to $10.10 an hour, with the rest of Maine still at $7.50. US cities and states are raising their minimum wages as high as $15 an hour – creating a national experiment in how labor markets operate.
Donald Trump is reportedly considering Newt Gingrich as a vice presidential candidate. That might present problems.
As Donald Trump looks to pick a vice president, some Republicans are lining up – even if they weren't supportive in the past.
There are two kinds of political money: the kinds that builds walls around us and the kind that build bridges between us.
House Speaker Ryan says he is 'not ready' to support his own party's presumptive presidential nominee, Donald Trump. The rift symbolizes a battle over the soul of the Republican Party.
Some Republican insiders' push for a third-party alternative to Donald Trump suggests they are now outsiders in their own party.
Hard times in Appalachia's coal country have turned what was once Bill Clinton's territory into fertile ground for Donald Trump's supporters, as the industry's struggles push it to the forefront of the presidential election.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a political insider who believed in civility, suspended his campaign Wednesday – one day after Sen. Ted Cruz bowed out.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich, an early favorite among the once-crowded field of Republican presidential candidates, is expected to officially suspend his 2016 campaign Wednesday evening.
'Fundamentals' suggest it's a GOP year. But Donald Trump is not your average Republican candidate.
Each major US party has its own delegate system – and idiosyncrasies. And in this hotly contested election cycle, free agents are taking on new importance.