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.
Early polls about Donald Trump were right, and the punditocracy was wrong. Lately his numbers have strengthened further.
Donald Trump's latest barb aimed at Ted Cruz is based on a National Enquirer report and might be a case of mistaken identity.
In his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, Sanders argues that the free-to-choose 'superdelegates' should align with the voters within their own states. But their role wasn't conceived that way.
It's going to be an uphill battle in a region that blames its economic problems on Democrats' environmental policies.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump stirred controversy with a foreign-policy speech in which, among other things, he pointed to 'the nation-state [as] the true foundation for happiness and harmony.'
Ted Cruz’s plan is to amass as many supporters among 'unbound' delegates as he can. But the strategy is showing signs of faltering.