Ted Cruz’s plan is to amass as many supporters among 'unbound' delegates as he can. But the strategy is showing signs of faltering.
Two polls show that Republicans are worried about how their party looks from the inside and the outside.
'Dump the Trump' protesters clashed with Trump supporters in Orange County, Calif., on Thursday night.
The Obama administration plans to invite weapons manufacturers to test so-called smart-gun technology at an Army facility. Cash incentives could sweeten the deal.
Often, the preferences of party insiders prove pivotal in deciding on a nominee. In 2016, 'the party decides' model is turned on its head as Republican elites have refused to rally around one candidate.
Modern running mates tend to be picked to provide balance for a candidate, rather than home-state advantage. This is what makes them interesting.
A comment by former House Speaker John Boehner is a reminder of two things: the personal still matters in politics, and Ted Cruz hasn't played that game well.
Naming a VP choice after you’ve been mathematically eliminated from winning the nomination before the convention? That’s a bold move.
Is Donald Trump's campaign a 'hostile takeover' of the GOP? Beneath his impressive wins Tuesday are signs he has a big enthusiasm gap within the party.
Of the five Northeastern states up for grabs Tuesday, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders walked away with one win: Rhode Island. Why did the nation's smallest state vote big for Sanders?